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  • Ana Mena

    Templeque coconut custard dessert (Puerto rico )

  • Pamela Schorr

    Mami’s Tembleque ~ a coconut dessert pudding from Puerto Rico.

  • Gisela Delarias

    tembleque- vegan - puerto rican : I doubled the recipe but used coconut water instead of water (to total 8 cups instead of 10 of liquid) and used Thai coconut milk instead of goya, added 1/2 tsp real coconut extract and 1 small dash nutmeg and a handful of desiccated coconut. After cooking I added 1 1/2 oz Malibu coconut rum. Set it in a 9x13 pyrex pan and topped it with organic cinnamon, organic nutmeg and organic desiccated coconut. Results: Delish!

  • Skye Skoven

    Mami's Tembleque. Add your holiday dessert pins #NYTHoliday

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