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Spice Trade — coconut

... and a few other articles on cooking with spices!

How to cook with Coconut Cream Powder

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How to cook with Coconut Cream Powder

Have you tried cooking with coconut cream powder before? Not only you could turn it into either coconut cream or coconut milk, it tastes fantastic and brings you so much health benefits!  椰青你就飲得多,椰子奶粉你又試過未呢 椰子奶粉可以做成椰子奶油或椰漿,味道非常好,重有好多健康益處,快啲去我地嘅post了解多啲啦! 1. Mix with a ratio of 2:1 coconut cream powder:water for a luscious thick coconut cream. You can use this for cooking a delicious thai yellow curry. 2. Mix with a ratio of 4:1 for a delicious coconut milk. Ready for drinking directly, or use for baking, smoothies or also lighter broths like Laksa. Health Benefits 1. Medium-chain Triglycerides (MCTs) found in coconut help you lose excess body fat....

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A raw delight: Coconut-Vanilla pie

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photo: Moni Antonova An exotic recipe which is not only tasty, but healthy and easy to make. It’s entirely raw, no heating required. Many people believe raw food provides the body with various critical enzymes and proteins that are broken down in cooking. These “Raw foodies” believe that most nutritional value is lost when cooking. All we know is that this recipe tastes great, is easy to make, and really shines when using good quality ingredients. We suggest using only big, thick beans (at least 3g a piece) as these beans have had enough time to mature and give good...

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Recipe: Creamy Coconut Chutney

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This is one of our family favourites. Even though it’s traditionally a south indian chutney used for dipping idli, dosa, uttapam, and other similar fermented doughs, we find it great for dipping in all manner of hot indian snacks such as samosas, cutlets, pakodas, and onion bhajis. It’s very cooling, refreshing, and an ideal dip for the summer. The dip is often slightly spiced as well, but you can tone this to suit your one taste. It can stay fresh for up to 2-3 days in the fridge. photo: Charles Haynes Ingredients – 350g of grated coconut– 1 tbsp chana dal–...

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