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Limber De Coco ... Coconut Icee



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Ingredients:
water
evaporated milk
coconut milk
vanilla extract
cinnamon


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Author Monica E ( ago)
thanks for the recipe made it for my son and he love limber de coco i have
also subscribed cant wait to watch more videos. 

Author toastwitbutteryo ( ago)
i love limber de coco i miss puerto rico :D

Author TheMedina77 ( ago)
I'm gonna try doing this on the weekend...

Author John Wolf ( ago)
i love it the best limber thank you so much.

Author jerseygurl1234 ( ago)
I love it when my grandpa made this for me...i miss him sooooo much! R.I.P.
Grandpa! 

Author olguillasoy ( ago)
Try processing the coconut flakes before you add the liquids, might be
easier to chop them finely that way. I'm making these! yum!

Author Athenav1 ( ago)
@PuertoRicanStyle Yea I send you an email for a little trick on how to make
tostones tasty. You get a little bowl and put a little water and veggie oil
(No Olive Oil) and then a little of adobo and the mix with a fork. After
you flatten them put them in the little bowl with the mixture for a quick
sec don't them soak. Then fry be extra careful because water and oil don't
mix and it would splatter. Then after their out golden and brown they would
come out nice and a bit salty and good.

Author Athenav1 ( ago)
Yea I send you an email for a little trick on how to make tostones tasty.
You get a little bowl and put a little water and veggie oil (No Olive Oil)
and then a little of adobo and the mix with a fork. After you flatten them
put them in the little bowl with the mixture for a quick sec don't them
soak. Then fry be extra careful because water and oil don't mix and it
would splatter. Then after their out golden and brown they would come out
nice and a bit salty and good.

Author Athenav1 ( ago)
I love Limber de Coco I would eat them when I was little when I lived in
Puerto Rico it just the best. That is true you would buy them from the
ladies of the barrio who would sell them.

Author Jessica Ramos ( ago)
how much water do you put?

Author BigMoney891 ( ago)
Gracia Mi Amor!!!!!

Author linda165 ( ago)
Gracias por la receta!! I have a love-hate relationship with coconut. I
love the flavor, but hate the flakes, so I think I'll do this without the
flakes. Besitos!

Author all4one1fourall ( ago)
MMMMM My next project. :)

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