500 g filo pastry sheets
400 ml coconut milk
1 cup sugar - syrup
6 tbsp sugar - for cream
60 g starch (natural or vanilla)
2 tbsp desiccated coconut (optional - to reinforce the coconut flavor)
fruits (bananas, strawberries, raspberries, kiwi, etc.) - type and the amount of your choice
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Arrange phyllo in pan (I use a large oven), each two sheets rasim in 1-2 tbsp sunflower oil. Cut into squares and bake until brown hue. Subtract the peel from the oven and leave to cool. Boil syrup 1 cup sugar and 2 cups water. Then boil the syrup leave to boil 7-8 minutes. Dissolve 1 tbsp starch 2 tbsp water and add to the boiling syrup. Berkeley, waiting to boil again and pull from the heat - so the syrup becomes a bit more dense without being concentrated. cool peel pour the cool syrup and wait to take the most of it. Meanwhile, prepare the cream: Put the pot in coconut milk and 200 ml water. Add 6 equal tbsp sugar (or to taste) and coconut shavings. Put to boil. Dissolve the remaining starch in 100 ml water and poured it into the coconut liquid. Stirring constantly, and when it boils down from the heat. On syrupy pastry cream Pour entire contents. Spreading it evenly and leave to cool. Just before serving, cut and arrange fruit on the cake pieces. The final decoration leave to your imagination. * cup that you use to measure a 250 ml.
great offer. Will try mandatory. Can be glazed with a sweet peach and a little lemon juice. Do you know that I have somewhere a recipe for milk with rice post. Use coconut milk must delve and find her. Bravo Elti recipe, so that gave me some new ideas with this milk.
Many fresh proposal for dessert, I like and that can be topped with different fruits taste. Whiteness of cream contrasts with fruit decoration and the result is a simple but very stylish dessert. Elti, if you can add in the description again glazing gelatin mixture, I think it would be useful. Loaf can be made and not vegetarian - each according to their preferences. I congratulate you for the recipe and my hands itch to try. Thank you for sharing with us!