Frozen Coconut Koth |ThengaKoth|


Just like grated coconut meal is used in Indian cuisines, some recipes in India for tiny coconut meal chiplets. In India, especially in Kerala (in Malayalam), it is called Thenga Koth, Coconut Katha, Coconut Koth, Thenga Kothu, and Coconut Chips. These are just bite-sized pieces that can be readily added to any savory dish or the Kerala payasam. The word, ‘Thenga’ means Coconut in Malayalam.

This variety of frozen Thenga Koth is very useful for working women who wish to make authentic Kerala recipes but have no time, to deshell the coconut meal and cut it into tiny morsels. Our convenient packs are ready to use and need further chopping.



Nutritional Value Facts 

Thenga Koth is a powerhouse of nutritional goodness. Here is the nutritional value of 100 grams of Frozen Coconut Koth.

  • Protein: 1.5 grams
  • Cholesterol: 6.8 grams
  • Calories: 160 calories
  • Carbohydrates: 6.8 grams
  • Potassium:  160 milligrams
  • Sugar: 2.8 grams per serving
  • Sodium: 9 milligrams

 Health Benefits 

 Frozen Coconut Koth has always been known for its nutritional value and it goes as follows:

  • Cell regeneration: Coconut meat helps to maintain the body’s metabolism cures the body of wear and tear and tissue damage.
  • Reduce weight: Since it does have a lot of fat content, it kills the hunger cravings and is great to use during a weight loss regime.
  • Blood Sugar: It regulates the gut bacteria and converts starch into sugars in an organized manner.
  • Immunity Build Up: The antioxidants have antiviral properties and antibacterial qualities to build immunity.
  • Fiber: It helps to clean the bowels and stabilizes the digestive system, prevents constipation, and protects the gut as well.

 Enjoy Coconut Koth without exerting and taking it out from the shell. Have fresh coconut chips at any time of the year.

Texture & Taste

Talking about the Frozen Coconut Koth taste, flavor, and texture, it is fresh, nutty, and has a lovely oily feel. It smells sweet and is great for a variety of Indian cuisines.

Recipe Ideas

Sauteed Cluster beans with Thenga Koth is a delicacy in Kerala, or try the Beef Roast (Beef Ullayirithu) and these are awesome savoury dishes. On the sweet side, we have Ada Pradhaman, or even Banana or Jackfruit Payasam pampered with ghee roasted Coconut Koth to try this festive season.