Tips and recipes to use:
- Sprinkling - use the coconut chips to sprinkle fruit salads or sweet porridges
- Baking - pour the coconut chips on prepared desserts or add it straight into the dough or cream
- Soups - your classic soups will taste different and more interesting if you add a little bit of coconut chips and lemon juice at the end of cooking, then bake just for 5 more minutes (pumpkin soup, red lentil soup)
- Coconut chips taste delicious with pasta as well (for example when combined with apples)
- Baked coconut chips - roast the coconut chips on a pan until light brown, set aside and mix them with cinnamon and salt, they can be eaten both hot or cold
Coconut is a type of fruit growing on coconut palms, mostly in the tropics all over the world. Palms produce up to 150 fruits a year and people have grown them for 3000 years. Interestingly, coconuts are one of the largest seeds in the world, and people use their pulp, skin and water. The coconut pulp is Sun-dried and is called "kopra" after drying.
In addition to kitchen, coconut is also used in the cosmetics industry for the production of soups, shower gels, peelings and many more.
This product will be appreciated primarily by consumers with an interest in organic farming and a sustainable farming system. Organic food always goes through a system of checks and certifications that ensures their quality and enables them to bear this designation.
CompositionUnroasted coconuts*. May contain traces of gluten, peanuts, soy, nuts and sesame. *product of controlled organic farming
Store at temperatures up to 20 °C and relative humidity of 70 %.