Blog Posts - Coconut Milk



Koko Dairy Free Original Coconut Yogurt Review

Koko have greatly expanded their range of dairy free coconut alternatives. In addition to their original coconut milk, they now sell a range of flavoured coconut milks, coconut based dairy free spread, virgin coconut oil and coconut yogurts.I use Kok...
by Diets and Calories on Nov 29, 2016

Puto - Steamed Rice Cakes

Steamed Rice CakesPuto are steamed rice cakes, subtle in taste with just a hint of sweetness, they are best known to accompany dinuguan, but can also be eaten as a snack. A few weeks ago when I was last in the Philippines I ate a delicious dish of s...

Almond Joy Muffins

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Pork Scaloppini with Coconut Basil Sauce

Scaloppini is one of the easiest ways to serve small, boneless pork chops: pound it till it’s very thin, dredge in a little flour, and cook. Then comes the sauce. Here, coconut milk makes a creamy, silky sauce that tastes as good as it looks. Fresh...
by The Briny Lemon on Jul 31, 2016

Aam kasundi diye Chingri or Prawns cooked in raw mango and mustard paste

  I am suddenly very tired. And drained. For so long, I have been rushing so hard that I finally had a breakdown last week. And not surprising too. The way I have been pushing myself ... living in denial; believing that every new morrow is going t...
by Kichu Khon on Jul 1, 2016

Ginataang Manok - Spicy Chicken in Coconut Milk

Spicy Chicken in Coconut MilkGinataang Manok is a Filipino dish which starts with sautéing the typical garlic, ginger and onion. The chicken is then added and everything is stewed together in coconut milk resulting in very rich and creamy  dish a...

Button Mushroom in Coconut Milk

Ingredients: 400 grams button mushrooms, whole 1 cup coconut cream 4 tablespoons vinegar 1 tablespoon olive oil 3 gloves garlic, minced salt and pepper to taste parsley or spring onions for garnishing(optional) Procedures: 1. In a pan, heat oil and&#...
by Filipino Style Recipe on May 25, 2016

Combine Coconut Milk & Coconut Oil for an Amazing Natural Protein Treatment

Coconut oil is one of the most versatile oils and is very popular in hair and skin care. It is derived from the white fruit located within the coconut. The flesh is extracted, dried and the oil extracted from it. Coconut oil contains lauric and capri...
by Natural Oils for Hair & Health on May 18, 2016

Wake Up To Organic 2016 Breakfast – Cool Green Smoothie

The launch for Wake Up To Organic 2016 has begun and I am on board, in association with The Soil Association and The Organic Trade Board to bring you some achievable ways to make the switch to organic products at your breakfast table, starting with m...
by how to cook good fpod on Apr 10, 2016

Make A Homemade Coconut Milk Shampoo

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by Homemade to Healthy on Mar 30, 2016

Ginataang Kuhol with Sitaw at Kalabasa

Filipino Style Recipe: Ginataang kuhol or suso(snail with coconut milk) is an exotic dish that you will find surprisingly delicious. Snails cooked in coconut milk that you will enjoy the richness flavor together with vegetables. You can try this dish...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Mar 26, 2016

How To Use Coconut Milk: Types And Recipes

Vegan or not, you must know how to use coconut milk in the kitchen. You never know when you might need to surprise somebody with a new and healthy recipe! The post How To Use Coconut Milk: Types And Recipes appeared first on Estilo Tendances.
by Estilo Tendances on Mar 15, 2016

Narkel Doi Chicken or Chicken in a coconut milk and curd gravy

( Vegetarians can make this with paneer or the cauliflower. ) Like Tuesdays are my vegetable shopping days, Wednesdays are allocated to masala making. Mondays are usually very hectic, as after the weekend, which I take totally off, fresh batch of co...
by Kichu Khon on Mar 14, 2016

Strawberry and Cream Smoothie #SundaySupper #FLStrawberry

Strawberry and Cream Smoothie Disclosure: This Strawberry and Cream Smoothie recipe post is sponsored by the Florida Strawberry Growers Association in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own. The F...
by Flour On My Face on Feb 14, 2016

Βελουτέ σούπα καρότου με καρύδα και τζίντζερ / Velvet carrot soup with coconut and ginger

A WHITE CHOCOLATE COCKTAIL for Winter Solstice

If you're looking for a beautiful white cocktail for winter or your holiday and Christmas parties, you can't find one that is more delicious than my classic White Chocolate Martini. A delicious combination of vanilla vodka and white chocolate liqueur...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Dec 21, 2015

Kundapur Curry Chicken

Kundapur Chicken CurryThis fiery chicken curry has it's origin in  Kundapur which is a coastal town in Karnatakat the south of India. Kudapur Chicken Curry is a rich creamy curry with a distinctive and rich flavour. It is the kundapur masala whi...
by Diary of a Homemaker on Dec 17, 2015

Caramel-Nog Split Second Cookies | Silk Holiday Nogs

A few years ago I started a family tradition of hosting a ladies' cookie party around Christmas time. The idea started out as an attempt at executing a legit cookie exchange, but it turned out I was the only one who was interested in actually baking...
by The Kitchen Prep on Dec 2, 2015

Ginataang Halaan with Sigarilyas

Filipino Style Recipe: Ginataang Halaan with Sigarilyas is a simple yet delicious seafood dish that’s commonly served by Filipinos. The usual way of eating clams is by using your hands then scoop the meat out of the shell using your mouth. This is...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Nov 29, 2015

Banana, choc and PB ice cream blocks

Whiz the heck out of frozen banana with your favourite flavours and you’ve got yourself homemade ice cream.
by vegeTARAian on Nov 19, 2015


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