Many Curries call for the use of Coconut Milk.If the Litevariety is used by itself it makes the Curry thin and watery .Add a0.5 tbsp.of Rice flour to a can of Milk--whip for 30 seconds in a blender.Pour into the Curry and cook covered on low flame.The Curry gets a thicker texture and body this way.
Grind the Spices for the Curry paste to a fine blend and apply to the Ingredients needed.Marinate for 10 minutes.Add the thickened Coconut Milk to it and heat through on low flame till cooked .No need to add Oil to this----the Curry will be smooth and thick!!!
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Save a ton of calories over regular coconut milk and even light coconut milk - use Vanilla Almond Milk with a dash of coconut extract added instead!
Just a touch of extract is all you need and you can use the sweetened vanilla almond milk for 60 cals per cup or the unsweetened vanilla for 40 cals per cup. It's more comparable to Light coconut milk in consistency.
Silk Pure Coconut Milk* Vanilla 90 Calories per Serving = 1 Cup 50% More Calcium than Milk Lactose-Free & Dairy-Free 45% Daily Value of Calcium 5 Grams of Fat O mg of Cholesterol Coconuts are one of nature's best sources of MCFA's (Medium Chain Fatty Acids) special fats that are more easily burned as energy than other fats.
Creamy and delicious. Great to drink or pour over oatmeal or cereal.
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