These lightly sweetened macaroons are wonderfully crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. Equally delicious dipped in chocolate or served plain.
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Courtesy of David Lebovitz, Ready for Dessert
David says that this is not so much pudding consistency, but more like sticky rice. If you would like it thinner, add 1/2 cup or so more coconut milk.
Courtesy of Candice Masters at Gourmet Country. If you’ve never had a raw dessert, you’re in for a treat, even if it sounds odd. Trust me, it’s great!
This is really good! Although it isn’t sweet, except for the dates, it’s like a savory dessert. That said, it goes very well with meats, poultry, fish or vegetarian entrees and is especially nice with Southeast Asian and Pacific Islands foods. Kids who aren’t put off by dates would really enjoy it. You could substitute raisins if you prefer.
Courtesy of Annaliese Keller: www.malabarteaco.com
Courtesy of Didi Davis: www.dididavisfood.com
These cookies are a combination of the French style macaroon, made with ground almonds, and the American style macaroon, made with coconut. I’ve changed the nut to pecans, which are a dreamy combination with vanilla and coconut. The flavors grow in your mouth and linger pleasingly for a long time.
Courtesy of Lois Laidlaw
The small, sweet papayas of the Islands are abundant and delicious. Papaya is used interchangeably as a fruit and a vegetable in Pacific and Asian cuisine. You will want a ripe, but firm, papaya for this recipe. I used a three-rice medley for the base. You can use any rice or even pasta if you prefer.
Courtesy of Beth Hensperger
Coconut and vanilla are toothsome combos in this luscious quick bread. Be sure to use unsweetened coconut rather than sweetened, as the sweetened is too moist for this recipe. Serve alongside fruit or poultry salads, or toast and top with ice cream and chocolate sauce for dessert.