Coconut powder is a very handy ingredient to any dish. Most Filipinos stock on these in their kitchen cabinets for special meals always happen out of the blue. Do you like ginataang matamis? How about ginataang gabi or Bicol express? Maybe you like home made ice cream with a bit of coconut flavor in it too? Doesn’t food taste better and creamier with coconut milk in them? Try making curry, pancakes, gravy and sauces with Coconut milk, they will absolutely taste heavenly.
Fiesta Tropicale Coconut Milk Powder is the best coconut powder for your dish
A coconut milk powder review
A client who’s been searching the internet for Filipino dishes commented recently how she’s passed up on creating dishes with Fiesta Tropicale Coconut Milk Powder before. She said she didn’t think coconut flavor to food was interesting. One day however with nothing new to cook, she tried making pancakes, curry and even liquorish beverages with coconut milk and was surprised how great it turned out. She said Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder was a wonder ingredient and was sorry she didn’t try it sooner. Now, she bakes and cooks with it often.
This brand of coconut milk powder is one of the best brands in markets today. If you can’t avail of natural coconuts, this instant coconut powder is a great substitute. It has the flavor and creaminess of real coconut milk plus it’s very easy to prepare. Despite of being a world class food product, this instant coconut powder is unbelievably inexpensive. We suggest you try the Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder, it will impress you with its versatility and economical price.
What other recipes can you do with the Fiesta Tropicale Coconut Milk Powder?
1. Creamy Tropical Drink
2 tablespoons chilled whipped cream
2 tsp Fiesta coconut milk powder
1 cup crushed ice
4 tsp sugar syrup
2 tsp lemon juice
2 1/2 cups orange juice
2 1/2 cups pineapple juice
1. For the topping, mix the chilled whipped cream and the coconut milk powder in a bowl. Whisk well and refrigerate for an hour.
2. Except for the crushed ice, mix all the other ingredients using a cocktail shaker.
3. In a tall glass put ¼ cups of crushed ice and pour equal amounts of the juice over it.
4. Top a ½ tablespoon of the chilled coconut cream mixture over each glass and serve with a straw. Enjoy.
2. Coconut Smoothie Recipe
1/4 cup Fiesta powdered coconut milk
1 packet of stevia
1 tsp vanilla
2/3 cup raw almonds
4 tablespoons sugar (adjust amounts according to your preference)
1 1/2 tablespoon raw cacao
1 1/2 cups water
12 ice cubes
In a blender, throw in almonds, sugar, coconut milk powder, stevia, vanilla, cacao, and water. Blend until smooth then add the ice one after the other and blend on high settings until smooth. Serve in glasses with straw.
3. Ginataang matamis
1 pack Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder, dissolved in half a cup of boiling water
1 cup jackfruit prepared in strips
3 tablespoons sago
1 cup brown sugar or (adjust amounts according to your taste)
1/4 kilo gabi (taro, root crop), diced
1/4 kilo kamote (sweet potatoes), diced
5 Saba bananas, sliced crosswise
1. Dissolve a pack of Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder in a cup of boiling water and set aside.
2. In a pot, boil water according to the amounts of sweet potatoes, taro, jackfruit and bananas. They all should be immersed in the water. When boiling, put in the taro and coconut mixture and cook until taro is half done.
3. Add in the sweet potatoes, jackfruit and bananas (this should be the saba type) and stir carefully. Add in brown sugar and stir.
4. You’ll know your ginataan is cooked when all the ingredients are soft plus the mixture is now a thick one. For some provinces in the Philippines, they prefer a very thick consistency so they add more coconut powder into the mixture.
4. Bicol Express
1/4 kilo pork, sliced thinly
1 cup Baguio beans cut in bite sized pieces
3 cups long chili or jalapeno peppers
1 onion, minced
1 clove garlic, minced
1 cup Fiesta coconut milk (dissolved coconut powder in boiling water)
1 cup coconut cream (Optional – Dissolve coconut powder in a small amount of water)
2 tablespoons of cooking oil
1. In a non stick cooking pan, brown pork slices with a small amount of cooking oil.
2. Add minced garlic and onions, sauté for a few minutes.
3. In the cooking pan, add the coconut milk and bring to a boil, simmer for 10 minutes.
4. Add the jalapeno peppers, Baguio beans and cook until the liquid evaporates to a minimum.
5. Add the coconut cream and simmer until the sauce thickens. Add salt to taste. Enjoy.
Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder is packed in foil sachets to lock in freshness. The coconut powder is white and very fine. It can be used readily for cooking and making beverages. A pack of Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder is equivalent to one coconut milk extract. This brand of coconut powder is very versatile, with preferred amounts of water, you can make coconut cream or milk to suit your taste in food. Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder has no preservatives and comes from the best coconuts in the Philippines.
Order your Fiesta Tropicale Coconut Milk Powder here and start enjoying Filipino dishes.
Fiesta Tropicale Coconut Milk Powder Nutrient Facts
Calories 385 Sodium 140 mg
Total Fat 35 g Potassium 0 mg
Saturated 21 g Total Carbs 11 g
Polyunsaturated 0 g Dietary Fiber 0 g
Monounsaturated 0 g Sugars 7 g
Trans 0 g Protein 7 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Vitamin A 0% Calcium 0%
Vitamin C 0% Iron 2%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Instant coconut milk powder comes from grated coconut meat which is soaked, squeezed and strained. It is further processed to create a powder form which is easier to pack and transport. Instant coconut milk powder is ready to use out of the package, but some people prefer to dissolve it first in warm water so as to mix better with ingredients.
Fiesta Coconut Milk Powder is manufactured by Fresh Fruit Ingredients, Inc. in the Philippines. It is an all natural food product with no preservatives and no added flavoring. It is the best tasting coconut milk powder in the Philippines today.