Coconut powder: 250 gram
1. Pour coconut powder in a mixer or food maker and turn it on.
2. Continue for 5 minutes. If coconuts stick on the wall, remove it with a clean spoon.
3. Continue 5 more minutes and let the mix become smooth and oily.
4. Let it rest at room temperature for a while until butter is cool.
5. Pour in a clean jar glass and store it at room temperature.
1. To be sure about fat in the coconut powder you're using, pour a little of it on a white paper and wait a few seconds. If there is a fat stain on the paper, the powder is good for making butter.
2. Coconut butter has a lightly sweet taste and there is no need to add sugar.
3. Storing the butter in the refrigerator causes the texture to become firm. Before using, leave it at room temperature for a while.
Energy in 1 tbsp: 93 calories
Vegetable pasta: 250g (your favorite type)
Quick rising yeast: 2 ½ tsp
Salt: 1 tsp
Flour: 1 cup
Milk: ⅓ cup (warm)
Rolled oats: 100g