Thursday, July 3, 2014

Almond Milk vs Coconut Milk: Recipes with Coconut Milk

Recipes with coconut milk combine the nutritional benefits of coconut milk with the delicious flavor of this ingredient. Coconut milk is a good substitute in some recipes for people who allergic to cow’s milk. If you are allergic to soy and are also lactose intolerant, give unsweetened coconut milk a try.

Almond Milk vs Coconut Milk: Which is More Nutritious Almond or Coconut Milk?
Recipes with coconut milk both make it easy to use diary free options. However, people often wonder which milk is more nutritious. Both supply protein and other essential nutrients to the diet. Personally, I find that coconut milk is tastier. More research has been done on it so I use it for its health benefits and beauty as well.

Almond Milk vs Coconut Milk: What is Unsweetened Coconut Milk?
Unsweetened coconut milk is different from coconut water. The water is found inside of the coconut, both dry and green coconuts have this fluid inside of them. It is useful for people who have various problems, and is an effective substitute for oral rehydration fluids.

Coconut milk is made from the flesh of the nut. People may grate chunks of the flesh by hand or do so in their blender to produce unsweetened milk. Recipes with coconut milk have a rich flavor that comes from this ingredient. Companies that produce this item commercially follow a similar process. They make the unsweetened milk available for sale either in liquid form or as a powder.
Almond Milk vs Coconut Milk: Jamaican Recipes
Unsweetened coconut milk may be added to the following recipes:
  • Jamaican rice and peas
  • Coconut ice cream
  • pancakes with cheese
  • Jamaican red peas soup and split peas soup
  • Jamaican stewed peas
  • muffins 
  • Coconut cupcakes
  • Thick Caribbean flat bread (coconut bake)
  • Potato pudding with nutmeg and cinnamon
  • Trinidad pelau (chicken, pigeon peas, herbs and coconut milk)
  • Chicken satay
  • Coconut pie
  • Coconut milk smoothies

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1 Comments:

At August 22, 2014 at 10:24 AM , Anonymous Caribbean fruit said...

The coconut cupcakes sound tasty

 

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