Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is highly heatable. It is therefore ideal for roasting. Since coconut oil has a very fine taste, it can also be used for cooking exotic dishes or for baking. Coconut oil should be kept cool, giving it a firm consistency and a white appearance. It can become liquid at room temperature.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
827 kcal
0 g
0 g
100 g
Fat

Recipes with Coconut Oil

Coconut chicken
Coconut chicken remain very juicy when roasted due to the coconut coat. Chicken breast fillet cut into pieces. ...
Curd Chocolate Pancakes
Curd Chocolate Pancakes For quark chocolate pancakes, first mix quark, eggs, vanilla and a pinch of salt. Mix flour with baking soda and stir in. ...
Date Bread Candy
Date Bread Candy Dattel Brot Süßigkeit tastes good with coffee or tea, but also goes very well as a side dish with sheep's cheese and wine. For the edge of the date bread candy cut 6 dates in half and remove the stone. ...
Granola Crunchy Muesli
Granola Crunchy Muesli is roasted in the oven. Preheat oven to 160° C. ...
Paprika Goulash with Spaetzle
Paprika Goulash with Spaetzle tastes very spicy. Chop the peppers, onions, garlic and cored peppers into small pieces. ...
Potato curry soup with prawns
Potato curry soup with prawns is refined with coconut milk. Peel and rinse the potatoes. ...
Potato pancakes with rhubarb compote
Potato pancakes with rhubarb compote is a delicious variant of the classic combination with apple compote. Clean the rhubarb. ...
Red lentils coconut soup
Red lentils coconut soup can be prepared quickly and easily. Finely dice onions and garlic and sauté in coconut oil. ...
Red Thai Curry with Neck Steak
Red Thai Curry with Neck Steak tastes hot and is softened by coconut milk. Chop the onions into small cubes. ...

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