Beef Coconut Rice Cooked With Coconut Milk Powder

Beef coconut rice with a side of jollof rice
 Coconut rice can be cooked as beach coconut rice, or cooked with beef, chicken or any meat of your choice. It can be
cooked with grated coconut fruits, canned coconut milk or powdered milk like this.
Coconut milk on washed rice. Rice is washed with hot water
Adding beef stock and a little soya oil to coconut rice
Adding salt and seasoning to rice
Adding beef and smoked catfish to boiling coconut rice
Adding roughly ground crayfish to beef coconut rice
Adding chopped fresh pepper to coconut rice
Coconut rice boils and cooks

Cooked beef coconut rice
A pot of hot beef coconut rice
Coconut rice in a food warmer
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Anonymous6/22/2013

    Hey! Am salivating oooooo

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    1. Thankyou, i will scoop some in your online plate

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  2. Anonymous6/22/2013

    Yummy! Pls where can I get coconut milk powder in lag?

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    1. You can find it in your next door super market, it's no big deal. Or even in the market. Goodluck

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    2. Anonymous6/23/2013

      Thanks Inc, av I can't find it in shoprite ikeja. I'll try the market

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    3. Anonymous6/23/2013

      Most women selling salad ingeredients sell coconut powder just ask them, emma is d best and its quite common costs btwn 200-250 naira.
      U can also get d milk in a can at park and shop or goodies and smetimes in the mrkt also wit d salad ingredient sellers.

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  3. Wow! Ate it dis evening at an event,though it was too small a portion to judge. *bookmarked*

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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  4. Aunty Eya, I'm thinking if there's coconut rice, why can't we have soya rice?

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  5. Anonymous6/23/2013

    Pls I'm sorry to deviate but there is sumfn that has bin bothering me. The problem is my fiance moans too much in bed. Its almost like he is d girl and I'm d guy. He is so sensitive and beginning 2 b worried. No matter where we r, if I jst rub my body on his and give him sexual innuendos like flickin my tongue along his ear or whispering filthy words of wat I will do 2 him in bed, his body will start shakin and I will clearly see he can't control himself , b4 u knw it, he will start purring like a cat. Anywhere I touch him even if its on his head in bed, he will be moaning like the pleasure is too much.
    Pls I need reassurance dat this man is not gay!!!

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    1. I don't think he is gay. Some men r just over sensitive n can't help but moan. Some pple r actually begging 4 their man to moan in dat department so u shld kinda count yourself lucky.
      The only thing that'll worry me is if he ejaculates super quickly coz the over sensitivity can sometimes lead to premature ejac.

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    2. Anonymous6/23/2013

      My husband doesn't say anything. He just does it with a straight face so I don't even know if he is enjoying it or not. Even when he is coming I doesn't make any sound. It's quite annoying so you should be grateful for your situation

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    3. Anonymous6/23/2013

      Well my husband goes Iye me, when he's coming. Very annoying! Don't know why he'd remember his mum when he's coming.

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    4. Anonymous6/23/2013

      @anon 8.22pm, lol@ iye me. I guess he's a bini man.

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    5. @Anon 2:45...are Ʊ sure Ʊ r d only lady that makes him feel that way?
      Ʊ should watch it, else Ʊ end up wit a man who any girl would find easy 2 seduce.

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    6. Anonymous6/24/2013

      lmao @ Iye me....

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  6. Aunty Eya u make this look so easy. I've never eaten or tried cooking coconut rice. Does it have a sweet n sour taste? I'll try to cook a medium portion soon as a test and let u know how I get on n d outcome.
    Han han I can't see any strawberries, onion n tomatoe u use to garnish n present it o.lol

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    1. No lizzy, nice coconut flavour. This is easier Than grating coconut. I thought the two colours are enough for good presentation o

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    2. Just joking o, garnish ke who has time.

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  7. Aunty pls n pls where can I get the powder in abuja, and the name, its urgent bcos if I leave abuja not sure of getting it again. Looks nic, but this meal would have been so suitable for some nice presentation and garnishing.

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    1. Deb, Ask ingredient sellers in any market. Anywhere seasoning cubes and other spices are sold. So you are in Abuja? Watching you on 3D

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  8. Great idea Ruby, when you try pls send us pics.

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  9. @LNC thanks. Bonario try making it. This method is easy and tastes very good.

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    1. desire6/23/2013

      U no dey go church?

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    2. Good morning Desire, getting ready. Will go for third later

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    3. Thanks Aunty Eya

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  10. Anty Eya happy Sunday, pls re we talking about d same coconut flavor we use for cake, As in d powder?

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    1. Good morning Doyin, I think its the same cos i buy sometimes from shops that sell baking stuff

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    2. No Aunty Eya, I don't think it's d same coconut flavor.

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  11. Aunty Eya, Pls send d link to toasting bread with stove. Thanks

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    1. Anonymous6/23/2013

      Check her breakfast ideas category, it's there.

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    2. This phone just won't let me. I will do that when i log in later at home. So sorry. Hope it won't be late?

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    3. Aunty Eya, please let me help you; Kcry, at your request:
      http://www.wivestownhallconnection.com/2013/06/how-to-toast-bread-with-frying-pan-on.html?m=1

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  12. Anonymous6/23/2013

    Hmm Aunty Eya, I was craving coconut rice o, so I jumped into the kitchen to cook my 2nd attempt at the beach thingy, it turned out like local rice, guess the fish overwhelmed d coconut, it was really nice though, but I still want coconut rice. Abeg where una dey go with d warmer mk I cm join. Aunty Eya U shd hv a food tasting event for ur Abj fans o. I m not in Abj though bt I thnk twud b awesome. Cheers!

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    1. Sorry about your second attempt. Great idea, we shall see about that.

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  13. Anonymous6/23/2013

    Aunty Eya pls i want to cook D̶̲̥̅̊Į̸̸̨Ƨ̷ fφя̩̥̊ dinner.Çα̲̅ŋ i use smoked croacker fish I̶̲̥̅̊n̶̲̥̅̊ place of smoked cat fish?Tanks.EPHY

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  14. Dear Eya, this may just be one of your delicacies to beat! It will sure be tasty and nutricious. I' ll adopt this as my special lunch. Long time sis.

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  15. The warmer is for safekeeping. @EPHY, yes you can. @Debby, long time, how naa?

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  16. Sister today is sunday pls come back this blog is too dry come and spice it up

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    1. Anonymous6/23/2013

      Lol,where is Ahdaisy too

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  17. Anonymous6/23/2013

    Aunty Eya want 2say thank u,u sure do have time 2 ans evri 1 n dats so nice of u.And I have learnt so much 4rm dis blog especially cooking.big hug 2u n 2my fellow sis out der.
    Amanda

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    1. Thank you Amanda. Thanks for reading and for finding time to leave comments.

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    2. I am also learning a lot from the blog. To God be all the glory.

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  18. Anonymous6/23/2013

    No oil for the food? Maybe u mixed that part, or is it like that?

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    1. Thanks for this observation. I just edited. Added a little oil with the beef stock. Thank you.

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  19. Finally I Got d Coconut powder in a sachet “EMMA Coco” N I made d coco rice dis afternoon jeez it was so good , asin ma siblings wants me to make it 2mao again, d dry cat fish murdered it N d flavor is something Else am feeling so good rite Now, God bless.

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    1. Thanks for sharing. Emma is the one I used too. @Doyin, God bless you for the feedback.

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