Monday, 11 November 2013

Piña Colada



Ingredients:
1½ oz coconut rum
1 oz coconut milk
1 oz pineapple juice
½ oz orange juice
3 scoops of ice cream
A full glass of ice
Pineapple wedges for garnish



Directions:
Combine all the ingredients (except the garnish) in a blender and blend till smooth.

Pour into a glass (hurricane glass preferably). Garnish with a pineapple wedge and parasol.

ENJOY!!!

16 comments:

  1. Well done Chichi. Just wanna know the conversion of the oz. to maybe kg or litres...something one can work with.

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    1. Hi Neena, thanks for your question.
      1 fluid ounce = 30 ml = 2 tablespoons.

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  2. Wndrin 2 wat Qntty is oz, tnx neena 4 askin dat questn. Welldone chi, my questn is hw can i make dis wt fresh coconut.......

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    1. Hello there...I think the only part u can use fresh coconut for is the milk. You'll still need to use the rest of the ingredients to get a classic piña colada.

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  3. My lovely chef chi-chi!its been a while I travelled but am back now I see there are lots of post I missed.

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    1. Welcome back Ayush...we missed you on chichiscuisine. Hope u came back with goodies for us oh!

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  4. Thanks for sharing,u kept ur word. I am gonna make it. Yours look so refreshing, mmmmmmn

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    1. Thanks dear!!! Please remember to share pics!

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  5. looks very refreshing. i think i will love it so much because of the coconut milk and rum.
    nne biko cook bitter leaf soup or white soup, biko oh!!! with akpu.

    ezechimereuchenna.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Uche..I plan on doing bitterleaf soup. Keep checking back.

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  6. lovely one but where can one get parasole or coconut rum from

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    1. Hi Jacqueline, you can get dem in the drink section of any good supermarket.

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  7. Thanks for this recipe.

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  8. Pls chichi, what do u mean by oz?? Keep up the good work!

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