Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil Review

Growing up in the islands I am very family with coconuts.  I could just close my eyes and remember picking a fresh coconut from our Asian coconut tree and my

Coconut Water

Coconut Water (Photo credit: TaranRampersad)

father cutting off the top and me drinking the cool coconut water.  Did you know before the coconut gets hard enough for it to be grated and turned into coconut milk and other coconut items its a soft jelly like constancy.  Its soo good to scoop it out with a spoon after drinking the water. I could go on and on telling stories of those days and being young and carefree.  At the time I didn’t even realize how healthy it was and that when my siblings and I made the choice to have a coconut instead of junk food we were doing something good.

So you imagine how excited I was to try Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil. I remember people using it back home but I didn’t have a recipe stored in my head to use it for.  See coconut oil has so many uses.  People back home would use it on their skin or use it in their hair to help them achieve softer skin and prevent their scalp from drying out.  I started looking online for some inspiration about what I could try my coconut oil in.  I found that it’s very popular in gluten-free cooking.  Since I don’t have a restricted diet I wanted to make sure I whatever recipe used could be converted and used without problems for my cooking needs.  I really wanted to make some fudge but I was missing an ingredient and so I ended up making a healthy version of fried chicken using the coconut oil.

I just brought a new induction oven and I thought it would be perfect to air fry the chicken in my induction oven.  I didn’t coat the chicken with flour or anything just left it naked.  Here’s some photos of my chicken fried in coconut oil

Solidified Coconut Oil

Solidified Coconut Oil


Coconut oil


Oil in pan ready to be melted

Oil in pan ready to be melted




Air Fried Chicken

We loved out chicken.  It was so tasty and delicious and the coconut oil added more flavor to the dish.  If you’re looking for recipes visit Tropical Traditions free coconut oil recipes pages.   There are tons of great recipes to try and they are all free.  If you want to find more uses for coconut oil then visit here.  Check out this video for more information about coconut oil.



Get Virgin Coconut Oil 

If this is your first time purchasing from Tropical Traditions you will get a free book with your order “”Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people’s lives and how it can change yours!” It includes 85 recipes.  That’s a great gift with your order.

Disclosure: “If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.”

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Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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  1. says

    Your chicken came out beautifully! I bet it tasted just as good. I haven’t tried cooking meat with coconut oil yet, I will have to give that a try. (I have only used it in baking desserts. :)

  2. Kathleen Kennedy-Leon says

    Who knew you could do so much with coconut oil. Thanks for such a good review & for sharing. I will be looking into getting some

  3. says

    I have never used coconut oil before in cooking but I am willing to give it a try. I did bookmark the page and will come back to check it out when I have a little more time. Your chicken looks delicious!

  4. mitchelle says

    OMG! They’re so abundant here and in my country. It is also called a wonder tree in Asia because all parts can be used for whatever it is. Scientist also found out that it’s good for people who have HIV?AIDS. It can boosts their immune system.

  5. Ginger G. says

    Your chicken looks delicious!!! I like using coconut oil as opposed to other oils because of the extra flavor and health benefits.

  6. Autumn C. says

    Thanks for the review! I have been wanting to try coconut oil every since reading about the GROK diet. I’m excited to give it a try!

  7. Roe Clark says

    Wow! That chicken looks amazing…I have never used coconut oil but, looks like I should be. I don’t have an induction oven either….sounds like this product would be great for many things…thank you for the chance :-)

  8. Blessed Assurance says

    I have already made purchases at tropical traditions. Too bad I would have loved to have that book for free.

  9. Chastity says

    Your chicken looks absolutely amazing! Do like your induction oven? Which one is it, if you don’t mind me asking?

    • Nickida says

      Yes I love my induction oven. Its a Fagor. It’s great for days when I don’t want to use my big oven and its super fast and the food is always tasty.


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