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- Tom Fraker
In a bowl, combine the fruit, the key lime juice and the agave. Stir and set aside while you work on the coconuts. Using a heavy cleaver, carefully remove enough of the coconut tops to expose the coconut flesh. Remove the small piece of exposed flesh and strain the coconut water into a pitcher. Set aside to drink as you continue with this recipe or refrigerate for later. Carefully split the coconuts in half with the cleaver. Rinse them and pat dry with paper towels.
To assemble, spoon the fruit into the coconut halves and enjoy. Don't forget to eat the silky coconut flesh. Makes 6 servings.
I like to add a little whipped cream to my dish.
- Sweet Young Coconut Indulgence
- Nov 15, 2012
- Fresh and tasty and SOOO good for you. This not only is super easy to make, but it tastes fantastic and has a definite Wow! factor.
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