How To Cook Coconut Rice With Sweet corn And Corned Beef

A pot of boiling coconut rice with sweet corn
Boiling coconut milk
Adding parboiled rice to boiling coconut milk
Cooking Parboiled rice in coconut milk

Making pepper sauce with ground pepper, onion and seasoning cubes
Making pepper sauce with much onion while boiling coconut rice
Cooked sweet corn coconut rice
Adding corned beef to peppersauce

Cooking
corned beef in pepper sauce

Cooked corned beef in pepper sauce
A serving of boiled coconut rice with sweet corn
Boiled coconut rice with corned beef
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  1. Anonymous20:52

    Looks nice and east to cook. Thanks Eya.

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    1. Thank you too. Thanks for reading.

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  2. Anonymous21:05

    Hmmm, I am so cooking this soon.
    ...pj

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    1. Please do PJ, thank you.

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  3. Anonymous21:07

    It looks yummy!!

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  5. Thanks Eya.......

    Always had issues cooking Coconut rice wit all d ingredents poured inside..its ends up coming out too cooked cos I just keep pouring it all inside....lol

    I like dis method...buh I think d corned beef sauce is too small for the big pot of rice o

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    1. Hi Omgekofo, Next time don't cook with much water, just continue to add little quantities until it's cooked.

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  6. This is creative... Absolutely!
    With Aunty Eya all Kinds of food is possible.

    I can imagine this meal connecting with all your taste buds, this is how to make an anorexic patient go tongue wagging!

    Thanks me Aunty!
    Good food it is.

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    1. Hahehehehe, thankyou Ace.

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  7. This is creative... Absolutely!
    With Aunty Eya all Kinds of food is possible.

    I can imagine this meal connecting with all your taste buds, this is how to make an anorexic patient go tongue wagging!

    Thanks me Aunty!
    Good food it is.

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  8. Lizzy22:39

    I've never tried coconut rice, its time to come out of my comfort zone and try it. Its that ur beach coconut rice n fried chicken dat I'd really love to try, pple gave positive feedback after trying it so I shld be alright with it - I think.

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    1. Yes Lizzy, please try it.

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  9. Funke05:32

    This looks so inviting. I'll surely try this,I love sweet corn! Can imagine how tasty this will be. You rock Eya!

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    1. @Fnke, you will like it. Very tasty.
      Thanks

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  10. Anonymous07:00

    Nice and easy but I don't eat canned food and I don't eat beef too. I will do this with smoked fish or chicken. Sandra A.

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    1. Thanks Sandra. smoked fish or chickn is still OK.

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  11. Nekky08:32

    wooow. this is nice and creative. God please bless me with my own home where i will be in total control of the kitchen so i can start cooking all i want for future hubby and kids. amen

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    1. Anonymous13:25

      God will answer u.amen

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    2. @Nekky, I am happy he heard your prayer. Amen

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  12. Anonymous08:45

    wow! dis looks delicious, will try it out dis weekend

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  13. Anonymous10:11

    Oh boy eh!!!
    Dis is good!
    Am definately trying dis soon,
    Aunty Eya idi too much!

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  14. Priscillia11:10

    Eya..stop tempting me in d office biko.

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    1. Sorry about the temptation, when you get home, do something about this OK Priscillia?

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  15. Anonymous12:54

    Looks yummy. ΒƱ† why can't I love corned beef. No matter how hard I try.
    Vicky

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    1. No problem Vicky, you can serve with tomato stew.

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  16. woooww yummylicious, anty eya i made the beach coconut rice, hub n friends loved n finished it, no left over for me to warm nd take to work the following day

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    1. Wow Deborah, thank you for sharing. God bless you real good.
      Thanks everyone, I will find time to reply to all the comments on this post, please.

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  17. Aunty Eya thx so much for dis blog.

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    1. Let's all thank God dear.

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  18. Anonymous21:09

    U ddnt xplain d ingredients nd procedure like u use to.

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    1. I wanted to do that later and then I forgot. Will try and do it.

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  19. Anonymous23:09

    No salt 2 d rice????

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    1. Corned beef can be very salty that's why I didn't add salt to the rice?

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    2. It's true. Corned beef is salty, when making a corned beef sauce, avoid salt in your rice or else, you won't be able to eat it. Too much salt is not good for the body sef.

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  20. Shirley22:35

    Aunty Eya, May God bless and keep u. You shall live to see ur great-grand children. you are really a mother in Isreal. I have read and learned so much from your blog. Wat a great woman u are, sharing your knowledge to people free of charge, not everywoman would do dis. God will continue to increase yr coast and ur children shall take good care of u even upto yr old age. God bless. Ohhh! i suppose am carried away, i love dis meal, its easy to cook and i also think its fat free except for the corned beef. Thnks all d same.

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  21. Anonymous21:17

    I can't wait 2 make this 2morrow being sunday, all my ingredients are ready. Thanks aunty eya. This is my 1st time on dis blog. Mrs Ajibo

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  22. Eguono13:33

    I already luv dis blog and am just 2days old here.luv u plenty aunt Eya

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