Traditional Coconut Macaroon | Coquinhos Tradicionais

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Traditional Coconut Macaroon – Delicious and incredibly fast. These traditional Coconut Macaroons just need 3 ingredients and less than 30 minutes of your time! Et Voilà!

 

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Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-7

Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-1

 

Hi!

This is a quick recipe I wanted to share with you. These Traditional Coconut Macaroons never missed a party when I was a kid.

Now I make them from time to time because they are really easy and quick and have a great taste that recalls childhood.

 

Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-7

 

Normally, here in Portugal, we make the traditional coconut macaroons in mini paper cups and we call them “Coquinhos”. But this time I felt like giving them a twist. So, I added a spoonful of Porto Wine and stuffed a little piece of good quality chocolate inside.

 

Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-7

 

Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-7

 

The truly traditional recipe only calls for 3 ingredients – dried coconut, sugar and eggs. So if you prefer to keep it simple just leave Porto Wine and Chocolate out. Yet, I suggest that you taste my version. I think you will like it.

 

Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-7

 

Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-7

You can save egg whites in the fridge or freezer to use them in a Molotov Pudding like this one when you have enough.

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Traditional Coconut Macaroon | Coquinhos Tradicionais
 
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Delicious and incredibly fast. These traditional Coconut Macaroons just need 3 ingredients and less than 30 minutes of your time! Voilà
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 12
Ingredients
Coconut Macaroon
  • 150 g shredded coconut
  • 100 g sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 3 yolks
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1 tbsp Porto Wine (optional)
Filling
  • 12 g chocolate 55% (optional)
  • chocolate 55% q.b. to decorate (optional)
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 180 ºC or 350 ºF.
Coconut Macaroon
  1. In a bowl mix toghether coconut, sugar, egg and yolks, water and Porto Wine, let it stand for 5 minutes.
  2. (If you are not using Porto Wine, just add one more tablespoon of water to the misture)
Filling
  1. Para rechear usei metade de um quadradinho do chocolate que pesa 1 g. Coloque um pouco de massa na mão estendida, o chocolate no centro e feche em volta do chocolate, fazendo um montinho alto. Estas quantidades dão para 12 coquinhos recheados.
  2. Leve ao forno por 15 minutos num nível alto do forno. Retire e coloque a arrefecer sobre uma grelha.
  3. To decorate: Melt some chocolate and drizzle or dip the coconut macaroon, when macaroons have completely cooled.
  4. Keep it airtight container.
 

Be kind,

Kika

 

Coconut Macaroon- Coquinhos - traditional, super easy and quick with a touch of Porto Wine and Chocolate - via kikalicious.com - #easy #under30 #Coconut-7

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