- Yield: 15
- Servings: 15
- Prep Time: 2m
- Cook Time: 28m
- Ready In: 30m
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Cocada white, black, with peanuts, chestnuts or sesame coconut is one of the traditional sweets most appreciated by Brazilians and tourists who will soon be enchanted with a unique taste of delicacy.
Its origin is not very clear, but some studies show that cocada is a dessert created by slaves, that at night in the senzalà it grated the fruit, mixed with sugar (brown) and cooked until it was at the point of curvature.
- 1 coarse grated Coco Grande.
- 1 kg of Refined Sugar
- 240 ml of water
Bring everything to fire in a pan
Stir continuously to avoid sticking to the bottom. Until he sees that it has dried us and is detaching us from the bottom.
Grease a pan with butter, pour the cocada and spread it to make it remain of the same level.
When you see that it is cooling us cut them into squares, when it is completely cold you can serve.