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KTC Coconut Milk 400g now only 50p @ asda

£0.50 @ Asda
usually around 80p to £1 mark, sainsbury still £1 54% coconut extract great for curries Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
usually around 80p to £1 mark, sainsbury still £1

54% coconut extract

great for curries
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#1
Good Price but sadly opened one this weekend and there wasn't much cream in it, lots of coconut water, and so useless for making my thai green curry
1 Like #2
I agree. Not bad for the price, but too watery. I prefer a thicker, creamier coconut milk.
1 Like #3
Shake the tin well before opening and your perceived wateryness will magically disappear. This is good quality coconut milk.
1 Like #4
great price, can be very pricey, heat added :)
1 Like #5
89quidyoucantgowrong
Shake the tin well before opening and your perceived wateryness will magically disappear. This is good quality coconut milk.
54% isn't great. 70-80% available in Aldi/Lidl.
#6
KTC ahh if only they knew the things I know(_;)
#7
KTC your butter gee
#8
ludwig352
89quidyoucantgowrong
Shake the tin well before opening and your perceived wateryness will magically disappear. This is good quality coconut milk.
54% isn't great. 70-80% available in Aldi/Lidl.
I used in my thai green curry, instead of shaking it it, I stirred it and my perceived wateryness did not disappear. Next time I will shake it and hopefully my green thai curry will be nice and creamy.
1 Like #9
Sweetcorn12
ludwig352
89quidyoucantgowrong
Shake the tin well before opening and your perceived wateryness will magically disappear. This is good quality coconut milk.
54% isn't great. 70-80% available in Aldi/Lidl.
I used in my thai green curry, instead of shaking it it, I stirred it and my perceived wateryness did not disappear. Next time I will shake it and hopefully my green thai curry will be nice and creamy.
I would recommend draining off most if not all of the water. Don't shake it, won't make a bit of difference to the consistency of your curry.
1 Like #10
had jerk chicken, rice & peas with this coconut milk. lush i tell you, 50p a steal

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