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Coconut milk


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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,  mince/mill 10 sec speed 10, scrape down sides, 

  2. Add 500ml water mix 1 minute speed 10, scrape down sides and process again 1 minute speed 10.. continue again  for smoother result.

  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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  • Hello!...

    Submitted by Swee Lee on 23. October 2018 - 03:30.

    Hello!
    Great recipe! Does anyone know how long it keeps fresh in the fridge?

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  • This is perfect and saves a

    Submitted by Klaasso on 4. August 2016 - 17:23.

    This is perfect and saves a lot of money

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  • This worked out great,

    Submitted by AmeliaT on 24. August 2015 - 19:19.

    This worked out great, thanks!

    I chucked it all in before I realised you're supposed to grind the coconut first and it still worked well, I used it in a date and honey loaf tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi, I tried this and ended up

    Submitted by youngsinoz on 1. February 2015 - 08:40.

    Hi,

    I tried this and ended up with lumps of cream floating in water, even when I strained it! Was it the coconut? Should I try using heat instead? Thank you tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I have now done this with

    Submitted by JSS on 20. July 2014 - 16:49.

    I have now done this with dessicated coconut and fresh coconut. I have tried both the heated version and this version. Think I prefer this version with fresh coconut most of all.

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  • Thank you, sooo easy to make.

    Submitted by kennedyrh on 15. July 2014 - 16:12.

    Thank you, sooo easy to make. Will not buy tinned again. I blended mine 3 times and it was perfect, no need to strain.

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  • Doesnt this recipe only make

    Submitted by Apes77 on 12. March 2014 - 17:33.

    Doesnt this recipe only make 500ml? Love it though!

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  • This is the raw food friendly

    Submitted by Suzanne Mosca on 22. August 2013 - 17:21.

    This is the raw food friendly version, use heat for a richer result. see recipe for coconut milk heated.

     

     

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