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    ausngeh is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default How to cook potatoes with coconut milk?

    Hello,

    I have a few cans of coconut milk that I still haven't been able to use and thought maybe it's a good idea to make mashed potatoes cooking them in coconut milk, or half coconutmilk/ half milk. Would that be a good idea?

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    Personally, I dont think it sounds too bad, while I've never had coccanut milk, I would think it would either give it a different taste or texture, either way, i think its worth a shot

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    Never tried coconut milk with potatoes so can't say anything..

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    Coconut milk is usually used with poultry and fish in Thai curry dishes. It will give a sweet taste to whatever you cook it with, so try to level the sweetness with some black pepper, paprika, chili or jalapenos. Let me know how they came out.

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    I like coconut milk, this is a very creative idea, and I feel the need to try serious

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    this is looking different will that taste good?
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    Thanks a lot friends for sharing your useful tips and suggestions i really appreciate it..





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    Am I late? if you already cook it.. well next time if so... may be next time try this:

    Potato curry with coconut milk

    Ingredients for Potato curry for 3-4 servings:

    Potatoes cubed - 2 cups
    Coconut milk - 1/2 cup thick + 1/2 cup thin milk from 1/2 coconut.
    Dry Red chilies - 2-4, according to taste, broken into pieces.
    Onion - 1/2 cup chopped
    Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
    Salt - 1/2 tsp or according to taste
    Oil - 1 tbsp
    Cooking method:

    Heat oil in a pan. Add cumin seeds. Fry for a few seconds.
    Add chopped onion and red chili pieces . Sautee onion till it is transparent (2-3 minutes).
    Add cubed potatoes. Stir for a minute.
    Add thin coconut milk. Cook for 10 minutes or till potatoes are just done.
    Add thick coconut milk, salt.
    Bring to boil and cook for 2-3 minutes. Take off fire.
    Serve hot with plain rice or roti / chapati

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    I have never tried coconut milk and potatoes together before. Will definitely try it out...

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    I think that is a good idea to boil the potato with coconut milk.Maybe it will become creamier, sweeter and tastier.

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    Sounds perfectly fine to me. Get creative! However, there are curries with coconut milk and potatoes included - as shown above.

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    When God commanded the separation of meat and milk, He challenged us to find creative ways to eat creamy potatoes with meat meals. One easy and delicious solution is baking the potatoes is parve coconut milk instead of dairy milk. You can serve these Potatoes Baked in Coconut Milk with Roast Chicken at your upcoming Sabbath or holiday meal. Enjoy this easy-to-prepare, non-dairy scalloped potato recipe with a touch of curry flavor.

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