In one of his books, Yotam Ottolenghi gives urgent advice somewhere to use coconut milk with a minimum of 75% coconut extract. We made the recipe in question with coconut milk from a can where the percentage of coconut extract was not mentioned (we only saw that when the damage was done).
The fat content was a good warning (5%) and, just as ominous, the ingredients: coconut milk, water ...
If you know that coconut milk is made by mixing coconut pulp with ... water, you understand that the manufacturer in question would rather be silent about a percentage of coconut extract.
All in all, the hoped-for omelets based on eggs and coconut milk ended in a complete failure or an attempt to fry water that was as brave as it was stupid.
To save you this frustration, we have therefore decided to add the coconut milk product, although it is available in every supermarket, to the FOODbazar range.
Of course, this is not a water-enriched, low-fat, ultra-light coconut milk, but an extremely creamy variant (Aroy-D itself speaks of coconut cream) that more than amply meets the requirements of Ottolenghi, so no 75% extract, but 85% .
Ingredients : coconut extract 85%, water, emulsifiers (E435)
||886kJ / 218kcal
|of which saturated