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Maggi coconut milk powder 1kg - £8.65 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 26th Apr

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4.39 in Tesco for 300g
Simply dissolve in water to make coconut milk or cream, or sprinkle straight into sauces or marinades. Maggi Coconut Milk Powder Mix comes in a convenient large pack format for high yield which saves storage space and time compared with storing and opening tinned products.
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Works out about 72p for 400ml of Milk, compared to canned Coconut milk which can normally be found for around 50p depending on brand etc.
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Can you tell the difference between this and coconut milk say in a curry? I assume once made into milk this works out a lot cheaper?
BS123426/04/2020 20:09

Can you tell the difference between this and coconut milk say in a curry? …Can you tell the difference between this and coconut milk say in a curry? I assume once made into milk this works out a lot cheaper?


This is coconut powder and the coconut milk is diluted in water.
Edited by: "S0ldi3r" 26th Apr
S0ldi3r26/04/2020 20:16

This is coconut powder and the coconut milk is diluted in water.


So there’s no difference in taste between this diluted in water and canned coconut milk?
Edited by: "BS1234" 26th Apr
Not at all. I use both for everyday use but the powder works out cheaper
The cheapest canned coconut milk you can find is £0.50. You can imagine how can times you can use this powder according to ur taste when u dissolve in the water. By the way this is well known brand in Asia.
Edited by: "S0ldi3r" 26th Apr
Could you dilute it with milk instead of water? Never tried this before and I use a lot of coconut cream and milk in curries.
Brilliant buy!
Is this lactose-free please?
cheaperbythe1226/04/2020 20:24

Could you dilute it with milk instead of water? Never tried this before …Could you dilute it with milk instead of water? Never tried this before and I use a lot of coconut cream and milk in curries.


Only need to add water. Adding regular milk would not be necessary to transform dried coconut milk. Use amount of water for required consistency ie milk or cream
Thanks Op!

Delicious added to a curry...mmmmmmmm
Also has cow's milk powder.
Is this the same as coconut flour?
Works out about 72p for 400ml of Milk, compared to canned Coconut milk which can normally be found for around 50p depending on brand etc.
S0ldi3r26/04/2020 20:22

The cheapest canned coconut milk you can find is £0.50. You can imagine …The cheapest canned coconut milk you can find is £0.50. You can imagine how can times you can use this powder according to ur taste when u dissolve in the water. By the way this is well known brand in Asia.


Equivalent to 12 cans, so around 72p
I'm not sure about this, description says it yields 5 litres of coconut milk, which is the same as 12.5 cans of 400ml coconut milk.

Asda sell the cans for 69p, £8.63 for 12.5 cans....is it really worth it or am I missing something?

Not being sarcastic, genuinely interested as I buy lots of coconut milk and need to know if this is worth it
As I said in one of my comment it all depends on ur taste and how u concentrate it... usually the cans are always £1.00.. the cheaper once’s are like water...
As said above it depends on how you concentrate your curries etc.
We use coconut milk almost every day for cooking and this pack usually lasts for about a month.
Saturated fat levels WAY too high for me. Wow!
The canned ones you have to use straightaway after opening or kept in the fridge for a day or two. Not sure how long the coconut powder lasts after opening.
S0ldi3r26/04/2020 20:16

This is coconut powder and the coconut milk is diluted in water.


That doesn't answer the question.
This is convenient in terms of storage that means am not wasting unused canned coconut milk that's got to be thrown away after opening just cause couldn't be bothered to freeze it.
Arold26/04/2020 23:51

That doesn't answer the question.


I never heard about coconut flour ???
HellriderUKDeals6926/04/2020 22:31

The canned ones you have to use straightaway after opening or kept in the …The canned ones you have to use straightaway after opening or kept in the fridge for a day or two. Not sure how long the coconut powder lasts after opening.


think you have to freeze it
I would not put cows milk in my curry so this will not get my money. I cannot read the package but take your word.
Any idea if this is good for milk alternative for coffee
indie527/04/2020 08:09

I would not put cows milk in my curry so this will not get my money. I …I would not put cows milk in my curry so this will not get my money. I cannot read the package but take your word.


Why wouldn’t you put cows milk in your curry unless you’re vegan? This is coconut milk powder, no cows involved anyway
I use a lot of coconut milk as I cook a lot of Thai food. This doesn’t seem to be any cheaper than just buying cans but offers the benefit of being able to increase the strength to make cream too.

Shelf life of 15 months, is that when opened or is the time reduced after opening?
This stuff is ideal if you just want a hint of coconut in a soup or curry. You don’t need much at all and there is no waste. Using a whole can of the stuff should really only be a treat!! It’s on offer at Ocado too, a much smaller box
Got this for £7.78 using subscribe and save
Poosnake27/04/2020 09:21

Any idea if this is good for milk alternative for coffee


Yeah you might love ur tea mate
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