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Coconut Milkshake recipe

Coconut Milkshake recipe

Ingredients: 1/2 cup unsweetened Dry Coconut Flakes 1/2 cup Milk or Coconut Milk 3/4 cup Vanilla Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt 1 teaspoon Sugar, optional Directions: Heat the dry coconut flakes in a pan over medium heat. Stir constantly and roast until it turns light brown. Remove the pan from the heat and transfer toasted coconut flakes in a…
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Thai red curry sauce recipe coconut milk

Thai red curry sauce recipe coconut milk

If you thought meatballs were reserved for spaghetti and marinara sauce, think again. This one-pot meal will change the way you see meatballs. The combination of lean and tender chicken meatballs and a spiced sauce, plus all the ingredients you love in Thai food — like warm curry, ginger, cilantro, basil, coconut milk, and more — bring big…
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Beef curry recipe coconut milk

Beef curry recipe coconut milk

I came across a slow cooker recipe of Coconut-Curry Beef here , that looked delicious and I really wanted to try it. But since I don’t own a crock-pot, I coverted it into a non-slow cooker recipe, like my Honey Seasame Chicken recipe I did earlier and gave it a go in my trusty pressure cooker. Now, you don’t need a pressure cooker for this…
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Breakfast Recipes with coconut milk

Breakfast Recipes with coconut milk

There is a time and a place for breakfast quinoa. Did you know that you can make a gin and tonic cake? Because I didn’t. Until last night, when I ate some, and it tasted EXACTLY like a gin and tonic. And it had gin in it. And it’s sort of all I can think about right now (probably because of the gin) but instead I’m eating quinoa. Could my…
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Coconut milk fish Recipes

Coconut milk fish Recipes

Normally, when I make curry dishes, whether Indian or Thai, I start with a shortcut – a ready-made curry spice paste that I can find in most grocery stores. But making the curry spice paste from scratch is just as easy, tastes infinitely fresher and the flavors of the aromatics really shine through in the coconut milk, instead of just being…
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Vegetarian Recipes Using coconut milk

Vegetarian Recipes Using coconut milk

We usually cook and prepare our own food as far as possible and we wanna share with you this homemade coconut milk recipe, it’s really quick and easy, you only need a blender and some kind of strainer and it’s ready in less than 10 minutes! Here in Spain you can’t find coconut milk in every supermarket or grocery store, so this recipe is really…
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Indian Chicken Recipes with coconut milk

Indian Chicken Recipes with coconut milk

As a kid, murgh makhani (butter chicken) was the only Indian food that my parents could easily get me to eat. It has been a favorite of mine for as long as I can remember and so, I’m very excited to share this paleo butter chicken recipe with all of you. It’s the perfect blend of tomato flavor, creaminess and masala. Often, when you make something…
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Jasmine Rice coconut milk recipe

Jasmine Rice coconut milk recipe

Total Cost: $2.91 Cost Per Serving: $0.49 Serves: 6 Ingredients 1 (15 oz.) can coconut milk $2.14 1 large clove garlic $0.08 ¾ tsp salt $0.03 1 cup water $0.00 Instructions Add the dry rice to a medium pot. Add enough cool water to cover the rice by about two inches. Swish the rice around until the water is cloudy. Carefully pour off as much…
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Paleo Recipes with coconut milk

Paleo Recipes with coconut milk

This is a recipe that I think perfectly encapsulates the wonder that is the coconut. When it comes to making, there needs to be a fine balance struck so that the finished product is neither too dry nor too soggy, and of course flatness can be a major obstacle to overcome. I’m a real perfectionist when it comes to the small things in the kitchen…
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Jamaican Rice recipe coconut milk

Jamaican Rice recipe coconut milk

(15-ounce) can dark kidney beans, rinsed and drained Preparation Combine the first 7 ingredients (through garlic) in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, and bring to a boil. Stir in rice; reduce the heat to low. Cover and cook 20 minutes, or until all the liquid is absorbed. Remove pan from heat; remove the thyme sprigs and garlic, and…
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Easy Chicken with coconut milk recipe

Easy Chicken with coconut milk recipe

This Coconut Milk Baked Chicken Recipe has quickly become part of our regular weekly menu rotation. Say goodbye to bland, dry chicken with this flavorful Coconut Milk Baked Chicken Recipe. It’s so easy too, and can be ready from start to finish—prep + cook time— in less than 40 minutes. It’s the perfect weeknight main dish, as it can be prepped…
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Coconut milk Chicken curry Recipes

Coconut milk Chicken curry Recipes

I have a cookbook problem. No, I don t have too many (well, maybe that too). While the bookstores are glutted with cookbooks, and a new crop inundates us every season, I cannot find the one definitive cookbook I crave — a South Indian cookbook to guide me through learning how to cook recipes from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Goa. I crave South…
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Jasmine Rice with coconut milk recipe

Jasmine Rice with coconut milk recipe

Lets just say a well-respected local newspaper contacts you and says, “Hey, we’d like include you in a food story we’re doing. You’ll be creating a meal and we’ll be shadowing you while you shop and cook. You’ll be one of five chefs we’ll be profiling. Can you create a dish write a recipe and be ready tomorrow?” Wow. Me?! Sure! No problem…
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Kheer recipe coconut milk

Kheer recipe coconut milk

In my most recent list of Indian dishes I want to make, I included kheer, the Indian rice pudding. It is a lot more delicious and exotic than regular rice pudding. Although I would never deny a Mexican rice pudding either. I finally got all the ingredients I needed to make kheer, and two afternoons ago, I made kheer for the first time, and…
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Indian curry sauce recipe coconut milk

Indian curry sauce recipe coconut milk

There was a time in my life, those seemingly long ago days before I had kids, that a carton of Indian takeout would have been a weeknight standby. These days, I am more inclined to head into the kitchen than out to eat. Back then, I thought picking up dinner on the way home was the easiest, if not best, option. What my younger self didn’t…
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