Date and Coconut Roulade Recipe by Devnaa

Date and Coconut Roulade

By Devnaa @devnaa

The penultimate recipe is from Devnaa’s free recipe booklet ‘Sugar and Spice, Volume 2’.
This is something that I remember Mum making from when I was really young, a quick and easy recipe that everyone loved. I hope you enjoy it as much as we all do :)Date and Coconut Roulade Mum’s infamous ‘Khajur Roll’ recipe with an added chocolate twist from me! I can remember this delicious, guilt free sweet being served up at family parties from ever since I was tiny – everybody loved it as it contained no added sugar or fat, just an intense amount of flavourful dried fruit and nuts. It’s such a versatile recipe – not only can you substitute in any type of nut you like but it can also be made with most varieties of dried fruits or even extracts.
Ingredients:

Photo Courtesy: Devnaa

Photo Courtesy: Devnaa


250g Dried, Pitted Dates
3 tblsp Ground Pistachio Nuts (coarse)
3 tblsp Ground Almonds (coarse)
2 tblsp Roughly Chopped Dark Chocolate
5 tblsp Desiccated Coconut

Method:
  • Crumble the dates into a microwave safe bowl and heat for 1 minute to 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between, until the dates are soft enough to mash.
  • Mash with the back of a spoon.
  • Beat in the nuts followed by the chocolate.
  • Lay a sheet of cling film on your work surface and turn the date mixture out on top.
  • Sprinkle the coconut on top.
  • Use the cling film to help you carefully roll the mixture into a tight roulade – start from either the right or left edge and slowly wrap the mixture over and around itself.
  • Wrap the roulade tightly in the cling film and refrigerate for a minimum of 1 hour.
  • Cut the roulade into 1cm slices.
  • Garnish with more coconut if desired and serve at room temperature.

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