Guyanese Recipe: How to Make a Coconut Choka

Video on this speciality dish called Coconut Choka or grated coconut seasoned. This is a Guyanese recipe which you can eat like a salad or with bread, roti or bake. Enjoy!

Comments

TDotRudeBoy says:

I would leave the cilantro out though. That just masks the wonderful
coconut flavour.

simplicity244 says:

if u know how much time me does cut me hand a grate de damn coconut lol.

J. Candace says:

ive never seen this before but it looks yum. can anyone describe the taste?

zorinaspice says:

Hi there TodotRudeboy thank you for explaining the tasty coconut choke.and
thank you for watching.

shanny ali says:

where us the green mango or some lime juce…….those make it taste nic too

zorinaspice says:

Hi Simplicity244 the doll ,rice, and coconut choka add some fry fish that
the way to go a delicious meal thank you .

simplicity244 says:

My mudda used to give me the coconut to grate, then when I’m done helping
her make it, the lady does hide it from me & the other siblings. Then when
we’re not home, the lady a yam away. =/ Lol . As funny as it is, it’s true.
-_____-

zorinaspice says:

Hi lisabeharry26 good choice grind coconut and sugar reminds me of sugar
cake.thank for watching.

zorinaspice says:

Hi there J Candace if you like coconut you will like it, it a little spicey
you take out the pepper use salt to your taste and seasoning, but you need
a grinder to grind it very fine. Thank you for watching you have a great
day.

simplicity244 says:

DELICIOUS !! Lol. The taste is out of this world. Its served best with some
dahl & rice.

zorinaspice says:

Hi there Simplicity 244 I’m so sorry you cut your hand these grater when
you get too close can do that, you make me have a good laugh tonight,I
guess your mom love the coconut choka,thank you for your comment.and have a
great days.

TDotRudeBoy says:

There is a mild sweetness and toasted flavour from the roasted coconut. It
is also quite spicy because of the chili pepper. As Zorina was saying, that
is optional, so you can leave it out if you aren’t a fan of spicy food.
However, we do love hot peppers in the Caribbean.

DeviShivani says:

That coconut needs more roasting. You should’ve omitted the cilantro and
grind the chillies with the coconut.

lisa beharry says:

I love eating grind coconut n sugar lol

Gus says:

I’m sorry she shouldn’t try to speak properly she should just speak to Way she knows

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