Coconut Milk

Coconut Milk
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Coconut Milk Recipe | How To Make Coconut Milk

Rich and creamy, coconut milk is a versatile dairy alternative derived from the flesh of coconuts. Perfect for cooking, baking, and beverages.

Prep time: 2-4 mins depending on blender strength
Serving of: 1 litre

Ingredients

1 fresh young coconut or fresh mature coconut with its water
Extra spring water so the liquid level gets to 1 litre

Preparation

With Young Coconut, the milk will be thick and creamy

Open the young coconut, pour the water in the blender, scoop out the flesh and throw it in the blender with the water. Blend until smooth.

Coconut Milk

With Mature Coconut, the milk will be grainy so the straining with a sieve will give a liquid smooth milk texture

Find the weak spot out of the 3 circles at the tip of the coconut by poking with the tip of a sharp knife.

Peirce the hole with the knife and widen it. Empty the coconut water in a glass.

Then break the mature coconut by smashing it on the ground or with a hammer.




Separate the flesh from the shell with care with the help of a knife or another tool you can think of.

Chop up the flesh of half the entire coconut and throw it in the blender with 1 litre of natural water including the water of the coconut.

Blend until milky, strain it with a sieve of nut milk bag in a bowl then keep it in a jar.

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Tips

Optional – Add a pinch of vanilla bourbon powder or pinch of cinnamon or dates.

Coconut milk can be preserved in a closed glass jar for up to 3 days.

Equipment needed: Blender, sieve, jar

Ingredients

Coconut Milk

Directions

Step 1

Open the young coconut, pour the water in the blender, scoop out the flesh and throw it in the blender with the water. Blend until smooth.

Step 2

Find the weak spot out of the 3 circles at the tip of the coconut by poking with the tip of a sharp knife.

Step 3

Peirce the hole with the knife and widen it. Empty the coconut water in a glass.

Step 4

Then break the mature coconut by smashing it on the ground or with a hammer.

Step 5

Separate the flesh from the shell with care with the help of a knife or another tool you can think of.

Step 6

Chop up the flesh of half the entire coconut and throw it in the blender with 1 litre of natural water including the water of the coconut.

Step 7

Blend until milky, strain it with a sieve of nut milk bag in a bowl then keep it in a jar.

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