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Jules's Blurb: Coconut Milk - Fresh Coconut Milk. I don't mean the watery stuff inside that is often referred to as coconut milk. I'm talking about the White Coconut Milk that is made from the fleshy white part of the nut. Coconut Milk is made traditionally by grating the meat and then crushing and squeezing it in warm water and then squeezing out the resulting liquid through a muslin/cheese cloth
In this coconut milk recipe tutorial we're going to show you how to make Fresh Coconut Milk, and if you've never tried fresh home made Coconut Milk before you're about to learn something incredible
In the video tutorial we'll show you the difference between first and second pressings of Thai coconut milk and the best ways of using coconut milk
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Fresh Coconut Milk(Gatih)
How to Make Fresh Coconut Milk
Big Surprise Here!
A Real Coconut
Pictured here after the blender >>>
Crack open the coconut using the back of a heavy cleaver of simply use a hammer
Drain the watery liquid into a class, filter, chill and enjoy a nice fresh refreshing coconut drink later
Separate the Coconut meat from the shell, don't worry about the brown skin but remove any woody bits
Blender Time:Rinse off the chunks of Coconut flesh in fresh water and...
Drop them into a blender until you achieve the consistency as in photo above
Now add warm fresh water to about the same level as the powder
Blend for 3 minutes
Drain the resulting Coconut sludge through a muslin cloth/cheese cloth (or even a silk stocking if you feel so inclined)
There you have it, the freshest coconut milk you'll ever taste
Fresh Coconut milk will keep in the fridge for 2 days tops. If you want to have the very best results from Thai Curries the freshest coconut milk is hard to beat. In fact any Thai recipe that calls for Coconut milk will benefit
The full members video tutorial is packed with Chef Khwanjai's top tips and a few laughs too
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Members click the camera to watch the full tutorial, it's packed with Khwanjai's top tips not shown in the public recipe here. The recipe and photo's only gives you about 5% of the information available in the video. In fact the only thing the video can't show you is the smell & taste! Heaven knows we try!
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