Coquitos

Coquitos

Coquitos. Very yummy creamy tropical coconut eggnog made with spices and white rum. It is always requested at my holiday gatherings. (And sometimes gets selfishly hidden in the fridge by the hostess.) Serve in glass cups and sprinkle with more cinnamon if desired. Coquito meaning "Little Coconut" in Spanish is a traditional Christmas drink that originated in Puerto Rico.

Coquitos Eggs and other spices and flavoring can be added, such as ginger, lemon. Coquitos closely resemble coconuts in appearance but are much smaller and do not contain any liquid. They are about the size of a large marble, with a woody looking exterior and a bright white interior. Usted puede conseguir Coquitos utilizando 3 Ingredientes y 7 pasos. Así es como conseguir eso.

Ingredientes de Coquitos

  1. Es 140 g de coco natural rallado.
  2. Prepararse 2 de huevos.
  3. Prepararse al gusto de Eritritol u otro endulzante.
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They taste of rich coconut with a sweet, nutty taste and have a crunchy texture you'll love. Coquito may translate to little coconut, but this boozy drink is big on coconut flavor. Traditionally served around Christmas, this holiday drink originated in Puerto Rico and is made with rum. You can call ahead or order at their window.

Coquitos paso a paso

  1. En un bol batimos los huevos con el endulzante.
  2. Vamos añadiendo el coco poco a poco sin dejar de remover hasta conseguir una mezcla homogénea y moldeable con las manos.
  3. Precalienta el horno a 180°.
  4. Formamos pequeñas bolitad y con los dedos las pellizcamos para formar la punta en la parte de arriba.
  5. Los colocamos separadoz entre sí en una bandeja con papel de horno.
  6. Hornea durante 15' o hasta que estén dorados. Yo en esta parte oa recomiendo que no os paséis mucho para que no se queden demasiado secos.
  7. Dejarlos enfriar en una rejilla y listo.
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I experienced this for the first time last year and I can not get enough. My friend gave me the recipe and she makes it only at christmas, she fills wine bottles with it and then makes them look pretty and gives them as gifts. This traditional Puerto Rican cocktail tastes like a very thick and creamy coconut eggnog. It's very rich, so you can serve it over ice, if preferred, to dilute it a little. Feel free to increase or decrease the amount of rum depending on how strong you like it.

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