Awesome Coconut Milk Recipes: Tasty Ways to Bring Coconuts from the Palm Tree to Your Plate

Awesome Coconut Milk Recipes: Tasty Ways to Bring Coconuts from the Palm Tree to Your Plate

Nicole Smith

Language: English

Pages: 176

ISBN: 1629147559

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


With Instructables.com Awesome Coconut Milk Recipes, you’ll be able to whip up anything from delicious soups to delectable desserts in no time flat! From massaman curry to creepy eyeball panna cotta, these recipes all have one thing in common: the use of coconut milk. This non-dairy milk has grown in popularity over the last few years thanks to its rich nutrients and delicious flavor. With this handy guide, the authors of instructables.com will teach you to make such delightful meals as:

• Green Thai Chicken Curry
• White Gazpacho
• Sweet Potato Ravioli with Coconut Curry Sauce
• (Pi)na Coladas
• Green Tea Mochi Cake
• 100 Calorie Peanut Butter Chocolate Popsicles
• And much more!
With Awesome Coconut Milk Recipes, you could make a three course meal using coconut milk as a jump-off point. With these fifty recipes, you can get a taste of the tropics in a number of ways, and all of them are delicious!

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It’s a floral flavor that you’ll definitely recognize if you’ve had tom kha gai before.) • 3 kaffir lime leaves, coarsely chopped (I have a kaffir lime tree in my yard, but you can substitute lime zest if necessary. It just won’t be as fragrant and complex.) • 1 teaspoon chili garlic sauce (optional, and kind of a cheat, but often good.) Chunks: • 1 pound boneless skinless chicken thighs, cut to 1” pieces (you can use breasts, but the thighs are moister and tastier) • 1 cup chopped mushrooms

overnight. Set beaters in freezer for a few minutes before you begin. Open can and remove all the solid coconut cream (leaving about ¼ can of coconut water). Mix cream in chilled bowl with chilled beaters until fluffy (3 minutes or so). Mix in powdered sugar and/or any other flavoring. Use right away or cover and keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Creepy Coconut Kiwi Panna Cotta by kitchentablescraps www.instructables.com/id/Creepy-Coconut-Kiwi-Panna-Cotta/ I’m usually

After the popsicles are frozen (a few hours or more), remove them from the freezer. I ran mine under hot water for a few seconds to loosen them up in the molds. And enjoy! Piña Colada Pie by KentuckySam www.instructables.com/id/Pina-Colada-Pie/ This is an instructable for a Piña Colada pie I invented. I looked it up and saw one recipe similar to mine, but I think mine tastes better. Hope you enjoy my recipe. Step 1: Ingredients Here are all the things you will need to make your

butter, oil, whatever). Add the chicken and cook for a few minutes (maybe 5 or so depending on the size of your pieces) until the bottoms are white and the pieces are cooked half way through. Flip the pieces and cook until done through, flipping when you need to evenly brown all of the chicken on all sides (more or less). Step 4: Making your Soup a Soup! OK, so by now your veggies should be browned. If they aren’t, keep cooking away. At a minimum everything should be cooked (no crunchy

few pieces of torn up bread. I added two dinner rolls I had lying around, but you may want less bread (or more. Who am I to tell you how to live your life?). Stir the soup every few minutes until the bread is soaked through and the whole concoction is barely boiling and small bubbles are forming around the sides of the pot. Step 5: Make It Creamy So your soup is a soup now. It should taste Thai-esque and be delicious and can be served as it is, but the next bit takes it to the next level.

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