What is Creamed coconut

It is the unsweetened dehydrated fresh meat of a mature coconut, ground to a semi-solid white creamy paste. It is sold in the form of a hard white block which can be stored at room temperature. It has an intense coconut flavor. In cookery, it is chopped into pieces or grated before it is added to dishes. By adding warm water it can be made into coconut milk or coconut cream.


Creamed coconut is added to Indian, Thai and Asian recipes to enrich curries and sauces. In the west it is primarily used in confectionery items, ice cream, and sauces. Not to be confused with the related coconut cream


    • Raw Coconut

    With a history dating back thousands of years in the western Pacific, coconut has served a pivotal role as a food source in tropical regions, Plant Cultures explains. Although smashing through the thick, outer husk of a coconut might seem like a daunting task, the flavorful meat inside could be well worth the effort: Raw coconut offers a spectrum of benefits to nourish your body while delighting your tongue.

    • De Shelled Coconut

    Coconuts are large seeds that grow on tropical palm trees. A coconut has a hard, brown shell lined with edible white flesh and contains a clear liquid that is called milk. Accessing the flesh of a coconut is done by shelling it.

    • Desiccated coconut

    Desiccated Coconut is a grated, dried (3% moisture content max.), and unsweetened fresh meat or kernel of a mature fruit of coconut. Dessicated Coconuts are graded by its cutting size, for example, fine grade and medium grade where fine grade is smaller particle size than the medium grade.

    • Stone grinding

    the white fine grade desiccated coconut is stone ground to make the creamed coconut. it is usually done by machinery and require high pressure which facilitate the fine grinding which makes the final product in to a thick paste called creamed coconut.

    • Creamed Coconut | Coconut Butter

    Creamed coconut (also known as coconut cream concentrate or coconut butter) is a coconut product. It is the unsweetened dehydrated fresh meat of a mature coconut, ground to a semi-solid white creamy paste.

about
factory

MANCHIEE DE COCO PRODUCTS IS A SOLE-PROPERTIERSHIP COMPANY AND IT HAD BEEN ESTABLISHED IN 2011.


Main activity of company is manufacturing of Virgin Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Creamed Coconut, Coconut Butter and Coconut Flour and these products are mainly exported to EU countries, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Hong Kong and Middle East and part of our production is sent to local market especially for the supermarkets.

For the production of these products modern technology is used and the manufacturing process is thoroughly monitored and assessed at each step.

The company work force consists with 150 employees, mainly from neighboring towns and villages, and many have BEEN working for the organization for years. On a matter of principle, Manchiee De Coco will not employ minors and does not encourage discrimination based on gender, ethnicity or religion

Our Vision

To be the number one quality virgin, extra virgin, creamed coconut, coconut butter and coconut flour manufacturer in sri lanka

Our Mission

To provide quality, safety , reliability, and excellence at the end of every transaction

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Products

Coconut Butter glass jar
  • 300ml
Coconut Butter Box
  • 200ml
Creamed Coconut Box
  • 200ml
Creamed Coconut Plastic Containers
  • 200ml
Creamed Coconut Sachet Packet
  • 20ml
Creamed Coconut Sachet Packet
  • Ginger Flavor 20ml
Creamed Coconut Sachet Packet
  • Treacle Flavor 20ml
Creamed Coconut Sachet Packet
  • Chocolate Flavor 20ml
Creamed Coconut Sachet Packet
  • Garlic Flavor 20ml
Creamed Coconut Sachet Packet
  • Peanut Flavor 20ml
private label glass jar
  • 300ml
private label glass jar
  • 300ml
private label glass jar
  • 200ml
private label Box
  • 200ml
private label Plastic Containers
  • 200ml
private label Plastic Containers
  • 200ml
private label Plastic Containers
  • 200ml

Genaral
FAQ

No, No, No. Peanut butter and peanut oil aren't the same thing, right? The same goes for coconut butter and oil. Coconut oil is made up of all fat while coconut butter also contains coconut meat. This gives coconut butter a nutritional edge over coconut oil because it also contains some fiber and protein. Like peanut butter, coconut butter is delicious spread on toast and added in place of butter in dessert recipes. Coconut oil on the other hand is great for cooking.
Well..Sure, coconut butter is healthy. However, let's remember that it is a healthy fat. 1 tablespoons still has 100 calories so I wouldn't swap my dinner for a cup of coconut butter and think that my body will thank me. That being said, coconut butter is far more than just it's calorie content. It's actually supposed to aid in weight loss by metabolizing the fat effectively into energy and not storing it as body fat.
The consistency of coconut butter will depend on the temperature. It can be anywhere from thin and runny to “hard as a rock” solid. There is no need to keep coconut butter in the fridge. However if it's really hot out and you prefer a harder coconut butter then pop it in there. On the other hand, if it is so hard that it's preventing you from eating it, then heat the coconut butter in the microwave for a few seconds or in a water bath.
My favorite way to use coconut butter is to spread it on toast or just eat a spoonful of it here and there. Careful, it's really addicting! You can also use it in baking. It tastes delicious in cookies or vegan fudge. When coconut butter is in its liquid form, you can drizzle it over ice cream, granola, fruit, or cereal.
Yes, oil separation is natural. Stir very well before using, making sure to get the oil completely mixed back in, otherwise you will be left with some very dry coconut at the bottom of your jar

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1.Call Us
+94 773 583 218 | +94 332 241 192
2.Email Us
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3.Write To Us
4.Visit Us
Amaragiri Estate, Loluwagoda, Mirigama, Sri Lanka

Our
Recipes

coconut cake
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease 2 (9-inch) round cake pans, then line them parchment paper. Grease them again and dust lightly with flour.
Posted on October 12 by Admin
Coconut Citrus Fudge
Place the grated carrot, sugar, honey, and salt in a saucepan over medium high heat. Stir until the sugar melts. Add the lemon juice and zest, reduce heat, and simmer uncovered for 30 minutes until carrots are tender and juice is syrupy.
Posted on May 23 by Admin
Chocolate Coconut Cream Balls
Combine nuts, coconut cream, honey, almond extract, coconut, and stevia in a bowl. Refrigerate mixture until firm. Form into 3/4-1 inch balls. Set on a parchment-line tray in the refrigerator.
Posted on May 23 by Admin
Apple Pie Bowl
Add apple juice (or water for a less sweet version) to a small saucepan and start to boil. Add in rest of ingredients and cover, cooking on medium heat until the mixture starts to melt together, about 1-2 minutes.
Posted on May 23 by Admin
Almond Buckeyes
In a food processor or blender, puree dates, almond butter and coconut butter until smooth. In a small pan, melt coconut oil. Pour oil and cocoa powder into a bowl and stir until smooth. Form almond mixture into small, 1? balls. Dip one side of each ball into chocolate mixture.
Posted on May 23 by Admin
"Caramel" Fudge
Grease a small pan. Place all ingredients (except chocolate chips) in the food processor (or if you don’t have one you could combine it all on low on the stove) and combine until smooth. Pour your mixture into the pan and stick it in the fridge for about 5 minutes.
Posted on May 23 by Admin