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hotkiss1906/07/2019 23:50

Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike to …Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike tomorrow, replace those electrolytes. Can’t wait! Thank you. You sound like an experienced cook, btw. Recipes always welcome for your Thai curry!


I am a consummate Thai and Mexican cook now lol

The secret are the real ingredients especially Kaffir Lime leaves - dried ingredients are no use - use frozen or fresh.
Galangal , fish sauce etc you only really find it in Chinese supermarkets!

Glad I could assist!

Try this - its amazing:
Brazilian Coconut Curry:-
This gorgeously exotic Brazilian chicken coconut curry recipe is made with creamy coconut milk for the perfect meat-free mealIngredients350g Quorn Meat Free Chicken Pieces2 tbsp vegetable oil1 large onion, diced2 cloves of garlic, crushed1 tsp ground cumin1 tsp Cayenne Pepper1 tsp ground turmeric1 tsp ground coriander1-2 small, green chillies, deseeded and finely chopped1 tbsp finely chopped fresh ginger400ml Coconut milk1 vegetable stock cube dissolved in 100ml hot water6-8 cherry tomatoes, halvedBunch of fresh coriander leaves, finely choppedZest and juice of 1 limeSalt and black pepper to taste Method
  • Heat the oil in a large saucepan and fry the onions for 4-5 minutes until soft. Add the garlic and all of the ground and fresh spices and fry for a further 2 minutes. Stir in the Quorn pieces.
  • Add the coconut milk and vegetable stock, bring to the boil and simmer gently for 10 minutes.
  • Stir in the lime zest and juice and garnish with the coriander leaves.
Enjoy with fried plantain and boiled white rice.
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Jul
TOP COCONUT MILKS:-

Aldi Asia Specialties Coconut Milk ** :-
Ingredients: Coconut Milk (80%), Water, Stabilisers.

Lidl - Vitasia Coconut Milk *** :-
Coconut (82%), Water Stabiliser, Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose,
Emulsifier, Mono & Diglycerides Of Fatty Acids, Thickener, Xanthum Gum.

Home Bargains (Purple Tin) * :-
Coconut Extract (75%), Water , Stabiliser (Guar Gum), Emulsifier (Polysorbate 6Q),
Antioxidant (Sodium Metabisulphite).

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Big cans(400ml) are only 50p!
Edited by: "omendata" 6th Jul
omendata06/07/2019 23:12

Big cans(400ml) are only 50p!


Where can I buy the big cans from, please?
hotkiss1906/07/2019 23:30

Where can I buy the big cans from, please?


B&M lol - I always buy a load for my smoothies and Thai Curries.

The best on the market though are the purple tins from Home Bargains - top for coconut content and essential for a good Thai curry!
£0.79p.
omendata06/07/2019 23:46

B&M lol - I always buy a load for my smoothies and Thai Curries.The best …B&M lol - I always buy a load for my smoothies and Thai Curries.The best on the market though are the purple tins from Home Bargains - top for coconut content and essential for a good Thai curry!£0.79p.


Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike tomorrow, replace those electrolytes. Can’t wait! Thank you. You sound like an experienced cook, btw. Recipes always welcome for your Thai curry!
hotkiss1906/07/2019 23:50

Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike to …Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike tomorrow, replace those electrolytes. Can’t wait! Thank you. You sound like an experienced cook, btw. Recipes always welcome for your Thai curry!


Nice in chicken korma
hotkiss1906/07/2019 23:50

Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike to …Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike tomorrow, replace those electrolytes. Can’t wait! Thank you. You sound like an experienced cook, btw. Recipes always welcome for your Thai curry!


I am a consummate Thai and Mexican cook now lol

The secret are the real ingredients especially Kaffir Lime leaves - dried ingredients are no use - use frozen or fresh.
Galangal , fish sauce etc you only really find it in Chinese supermarkets!

Glad I could assist!

Try this - its amazing:
Brazilian Coconut Curry:-
This gorgeously exotic Brazilian chicken coconut curry recipe is made with creamy coconut milk for the perfect meat-free mealIngredients350g Quorn Meat Free Chicken Pieces2 tbsp vegetable oil1 large onion, diced2 cloves of garlic, crushed1 tsp ground cumin1 tsp Cayenne Pepper1 tsp ground turmeric1 tsp ground coriander1-2 small, green chillies, deseeded and finely chopped1 tbsp finely chopped fresh ginger400ml Coconut milk1 vegetable stock cube dissolved in 100ml hot water6-8 cherry tomatoes, halvedBunch of fresh coriander leaves, finely choppedZest and juice of 1 limeSalt and black pepper to taste Method
  • Heat the oil in a large saucepan and fry the onions for 4-5 minutes until soft. Add the garlic and all of the ground and fresh spices and fry for a further 2 minutes. Stir in the Quorn pieces.
  • Add the coconut milk and vegetable stock, bring to the boil and simmer gently for 10 minutes.
  • Stir in the lime zest and juice and garnish with the coriander leaves.
Enjoy with fried plantain and boiled white rice.
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Jul
TOP COCONUT MILKS:-

Aldi Asia Specialties Coconut Milk ** :-
Ingredients: Coconut Milk (80%), Water, Stabilisers.

Lidl - Vitasia Coconut Milk *** :-
Coconut (82%), Water Stabiliser, Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose,
Emulsifier, Mono & Diglycerides Of Fatty Acids, Thickener, Xanthum Gum.

Home Bargains (Purple Tin) * :-
Coconut Extract (75%), Water , Stabiliser (Guar Gum), Emulsifier (Polysorbate 6Q),
Antioxidant (Sodium Metabisulphite).

omendata07/07/2019 00:02

TOP COCONUT MILKS:-Aldi Asia Specialties Coconut Milk ** :-Ingredients: …TOP COCONUT MILKS:-Aldi Asia Specialties Coconut Milk ** :-Ingredients: Coconut Milk (80%), Water, Stabilisers.Lidl - Vitasia Coconut Milk *** :-Coconut (82%), Water Stabiliser, Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose,Emulsifier, Mono & Diglycerides Of Fatty Acids, Thickener, Xanthum Gum.Home Bargains (Purple Tin) * :-Coconut Extract (75%), Water , Stabiliser (Guar Gum), Emulsifier (Polysorbate 6Q),Antioxidant (Sodium Metabisulphite).


Wow, thanks so much. Appreciate your recipe and list of best milks!
hotkiss1906/07/2019 23:50

Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike to …Oooooh, coconut smoothie, YES! I’ll this after I’ve been out on the bike tomorrow, replace those electrolytes. Can’t wait! Thank you. You sound like an experienced cook, btw. Recipes always welcome for your Thai curry!


Dont quote me on this, but my understanding is that coconut water (the stuff that naturally resides in a coconut) is high in electrolytes.

Coconut milk has a lot more nutrition, but very high in fat - I'm not too sure if this is high in electrolytes. This is created from the white flesh of the inside of a coconut.

Anyway, without sounding boring coconut milk and coconut water are completely different things - be sure you're getting the right thing for you! Hope that helps!
Edited by: "kolossalk" 7th Jul
kolossalk07/07/2019 00:34

Dont quote me on this, but my understanding is that coconut water (the …Dont quote me on this, but my understanding is that coconut water (the stuff that naturally resides in a coconut) is high in electrolytes.Coconut milk has a lot more nutrition, but very high in fat - I'm not too sure if this is high in electrolytes. This is created from the white flesh of the inside of a coconut.Anyway, without sounding boring coconut milk and coconut water are completely different things - be sure you're getting the right thing for you! Hope that helps!


Cans of coconut milk contain both water and the pulp its why you need to stir the can because the liquid sits on the bottom of the can or you can just decant the liquid which contains the electrolytes for the gym and forget about the pulp which contains most of the fat or use it in yer Thai curry.

But hey who cares fat schmat life is too short to worry about every little e-number etc all my friends have died of cancer some under 40 that were fit and healthy went to the gym 5 days a week, refused to have a microwave in the house and ate fresh fruit and veg - as i said life is too short - cancer is getting everyhone with the way we have polluted the world with benzene and other chemicals so just enjoy life and eat and experience as much as possible because you never know when your time is up!
omendata06/07/2019 23:46

B&M lol - I always buy a load for my smoothies and Thai Curries.The best …B&M lol - I always buy a load for my smoothies and Thai Curries.The best on the market though are the purple tins from Home Bargains - top for coconut content and essential for a good Thai curry!£0.79p.


Ssshhhhh! Don’t tell everyone about the purple tins! Lol
Always this price.
The Full Moon little cans are really handy to have in for making something small.
However, as others here have commented, Home Bargains "Rich & Creamy" 400ml coconut milk @ 69p is far superior, both in flavour and texture (imho). Heat for your deal, OP!
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Edited by: "sjs31" 7th Jul
sjs3107/07/2019 09:41

The Full Moon little cans are really handy to have in for making something …The Full Moon little cans are really handy to have in for making something small.However, as others here have commented, Home Bargains "Rich & Creamy" 400ml coconut milk @ 69p is far superior, both in flavour and texture (imho). Heat for your deal, OP! [Image]


Yes it is only Lidl comes close.

Surprisingly the one they use in most Thai restaurants (and yes i worked in a Thai Kitchen for a month) is Chaokoh coconut milk direct from Thailand but it doesnt have that much coconut and its not as good as either HB or B&M.
omendata07/07/2019 15:36

Yes it is only Lidl comes close.Surprisingly the one they use in most Thai …Yes it is only Lidl comes close.Surprisingly the one they use in most Thai restaurants (and yes i worked in a Thai Kitchen for a month) is Chaokoh coconut milk direct from Thailand but it doesnt have that much coconut and its not as good as either HB or B&M.


I used to buy the Chaokoh tins from a little Thai food store nearby.
Some years ago coconut milk shot up in price and after that I tried different cheaper brands and found H.B's to be good. It's produced in Thailand for TJMorris (who is H.B's)
Can u drink this neat ?

Kindest regards
firstofficer07/07/2019 17:38

Can u drink this neat ?Kindest regards


Yeah but you need to whir it up in a mixer first!
Pretty sure everyone that voted this hot missed the fact they're only 165ml....no offence OP.
Edited by: "rapid85" 7th Jul
Heat added op!
Not a big deal. This milk in 65p in pounstretcher
warkoczyk10307/07/2019 22:50

Not a big deal. This milk in 65p in pounstretcher



Not herd of that shop before... kindest regards
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