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Coconut milk- using heat


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Ingredients

1 litre(s)

milk

  • 50 grams fresh, desiccated or shreaded coconut
  • 500 grams water, I use cold boiled or distilled
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Recipe's preparation

    coconut milk
  1. Place desiccated or fresh coconut in tm jug with the water, cook 7 min 100 degrees speed 4

  2. Carefully turn speed to speed 8 (take 10 -20 secs to reach this speed to prevent splatter) process for 1 minute speed 8, scrape down sides and process again 1 minute speed 8.

  3. Can strain through milk bag or just use as is.

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Tip

Save $$ and space; no more buying cans of coconut milk! 

For even more eco friendly use of your fresh coconut crush the shells and use as fuel to BBQ satay (Thanks to Meilda-great tip!)

Easy to make a small amount for the curry you are making. Just do this process after you have made your paste or spice mix. adjust amounts as per what you need.

Does keep in fridge.


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  • wondering how long it keeps

    Submitted by joycefull on 18. December 2015 - 16:41.

    wondering how long it keeps in the fridge too.  Thanks.

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  • My first ever recipe in my

    Submitted by Rinna_Issa_Winen on 15. December 2015 - 16:33.

    My first ever recipe in my new thermie and I love it. I've made my own coconut milk before but this is way easier and I ended up with a much richer, creamier milk.

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  • Hi , how long will this last

    Submitted by Earth Cooking on 18. July 2014 - 13:55.

    Hi , how long will this last in fridge ? Other recipes say to freeze or throw after 6 hours so I was just wondering tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • just done a test run on this

    Submitted by kizzabel on 22. June 2014 - 13:01.

    just done a test run on this with 20 gms coconut and 200 gms water using same cooking time and turned out really good  my first time making coconut milk  another thing I will make in my thermie from now on tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This recipe is fantastic,

    Submitted by Kirrily Henry on 27. March 2014 - 16:45.

    This recipe is fantastic, thanks heaps.

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  • I dont think you need to

    Submitted by Suzanne Mosca on 27. November 2013 - 21:59.

    I dont think you need to adjust time for smaller amounts. (how small are we talking?)   I think the no heat method works better with fresh coconut. and the  heated for dessicated coconut, as it releases more flavour.  Ive finally mastered squeezing the milk bag well enough when using fresh coconut, that the remaining contents are dry enough to use as desiccated coconut. You can toast it, make the EDC coconut butter cake!!! Yum!! Happy coconut milk making.

     

    Norm

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  • Do you adjust cooking times

    Submitted by Adwubby on 15. November 2013 - 15:13.

    Do you adjust cooking times for more or less amounts?

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  • I do like this heated one as

    Submitted by Suzanne Mosca on 15. September 2013 - 22:09.

    I do like this heated one as the result is a richer milk. Some people rather processing raw ingredients with out heat, so i just thought id cater for both. Neither take much time so maybe Try both and see which you prefer. Id love your feedback!

    Norm

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  • Hi Suzanne. What is the

    Submitted by penny woodhouse on 13. September 2013 - 07:28.

    Hi Suzanne. What is the difference between the recipe that uses heat and the one that doesn't? Is the resulting milk different? Just wondered which one I should try. Thx 

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