HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC CONDENSED COCONUT MILK by Charla Harris | Mealz

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC CONDENSED COCONUT MILK

1 Servings

10 min Prep, 3 h Cook

Easy

Allergy Friendly

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There are a lot of recipes floating around the web that call for full fat coconut milk from a can. I don’t have a problem with using the canned stuff if it wasn’t ladened with additives and preservatives. This made me feel very isolated from the condensed coconut milk crew as I didn’t want to succumb to the concept of using canned milk with extras plus it wouldn’t be fair on my readership.
Unfortunately, homemade coconut milk won’t suffice simply because of the large volume of water needed. I tried in vain with my homemade coconut milk only to be defeated, believe me the results were humourous.
I used organic coconut milk (full fat) and coconut palm sugar which has a very low glycemic index. As the process of condensing milk requires evaporating the excess water this is quite time consuming but the time and effort certainly pays off. I’m talking roughly 1hr and 15 minutes later with some overnight cooling off in the refrigerator.
Just keep in mind the milk itself won’t completely thicken – all the action happens in the refrigerator.
The finishing results – dairy free condensed coconut milk


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Ingredients

Cooking Stages

    • Start off by pouring the coconut milk into a saucepan and boil for 5 minutes on high heat. Be sure to keep a watchful eye so the milk doesn't burn or bubble over.

    • After 5 minutes reduce the heat to low and pour in the coconut palm sugar - whisk thoroughly.

    • Leave saucepan to simmer for 1hr and 15 minutes - through out this time, stir the mixture periodically.

    • Around 45-50 minutes into the simmering the texture of the milk with begin to thicken with a dark hue of brown (see picture above). Continue to simmer and occasionally stir for the remaining 25-30 minutes.

    • Once desired texture is reached, set aside until cool before leaving it to completely chill in the refrigerator overnight. The mixture will thicken and set overnight, ready to use.

    • Lasts for atleast one week

    • NOTES: Lasts for at least one week Make sure to occasionally stir during the entire cooking tim

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 653 g

Amount Per Serving
Calories 922 cals46%
% Daily Value*
Kilojoules 3860 kJ46%
Fat 72.6 g112%
Sodium 2149.1 mg93%
Carbohydrate 43.1 g14%
Protein 17.3 g35%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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