Coconut Milk Dishes



Laksa Lemak

Laksa lemak is usually made with a fish-based gravy (with vegetarian food stalls omitting fish) and is heavily influenced by Thai laksa (Malay Laksa Thai), perhaps to the point that one could say they are one and the same.

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Mandazi – African Doughnuts

Mandazi is similar to doughnuts, having a little bit of a sweet taste which can be differentiated with the addition of different ingredients. However; they are typically less sweet than the Australian style of doughnuts and are served without any glazing or frosting.

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Mie Celor

Mie Celor (meaning Celor noodle), is a noodle dish served in coconut milk soup and ebi (dried shrimp) broth, served with bean sprouts and boiled egg, and sprinkled with sliced fresh celery, spring onion and fried shallot. In local South Sumatran Malay dialect, celor or celur means showering the ingredients in boiled hot water, it refer to the method of softening and cooking the noodle before simmered in coconut milk.

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Nasi Kuning – Yellow Rice

Nasi Kuning (Indonesian for: yellow rice), or sometimes called Nasi Kunyit (Indonesian for: turmeric rice), is an Indonesian rice dish cooked with coconut milk and turmeric.

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Nasi Lemak with Dried Anchovies Sambal

Nasi lemak (Jawi: ناسي لمق) is a fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish.

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Opor Ayam – Braised Chicken in Coconut Milk

Opor ayam is a chicken cooked in coconut milk from Indonesia, especially from Central Java.

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Panang Nua – Panang Beef Balls

A tasty Thai curry recipe made with beef mince, coconut milk, and red curry paste to warm up your cold winter nights

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Plain Hoppers – Vella Appam

The most popular breakfast dishes in Sri Lanka are the hoppers (appa). These wafer thin, cup-shaped pancakes are made from a fermented batter of rice flour, coconut milk and a dash of palm toddy. A hopper, crisp on the outside, yet soft and spongy in the centre, is best eaten with curries and sambals while still streaming hot.

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Pudim de Tapioca – Tapioca and Coconut Pudding

A popular ingredient in Brazilian desserts, Tapioca (sagu) is added to puddings and cake recipes and often consumed with different forms of coconut and condensed milk.

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Sayur Lodeh – Vegetable in Coconut Milk Soup

Sayur lodeh is a popular vegetable in coconut milk soup in Indonesian cuisine. Common ingredients are young jackfruit, eggplant, chayote, melinjo, long beans, tofu, tempeh all cooked in coconut milk soups and sometimes enriched with chicken or beef stock.

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Serabi – Indonesian Pancakes

Serabi, surabi or srabi is an Indonesian pancake that is made from flour with coconut milk or just plain shredded coconut as an emulsifier. Most of traditional serabi tastes sweet, as the pancake usually eaten with kinca or thick golden-brownish coloured coconut sugar syrup.

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Thai Coconut Iced Tea

Make refreshing Thai Coconut Iced Tea with this easy recipe, one of the best ways to cool down on a hot day.

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Thai Pineapple Chicken Curry

Thai Pineapple Chicken Curry is a quick, easy, and authentic Thai curry dish that’s sweet and very spicy. It can be made as a side dish, or for a full course meal.

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Thai Pumpkin Coconut Soup

In Thailand, pumpkin and coconut milk are commonly paired up to make a variety of soups, curries, and even sweet dishes. Here they are combined with a lightly curried soup that makes for a wonderful vegetarian/vegan entree – similar to those served at Thai or Vietnamese restaurants throughout Australia. The addition of lemongrass makes it particularly healthy – great for chasing away cold & flu bugs. This soup is wonderful on its own, or serve it like they do in Thailand: with plain steamed rice or noodles on the side. Enjoy!

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Thai Red Curry Mussels

Watercress is prized in Asian cuisine for its peppery flavour and in this dish stands up to the sweet spiciness of the mussels in a coconut-laced red curry sauce. If you can find it in your market, use Thai basil for the garnish — it adds a unique sweet anise flavour that will make the dish taste all the more authentic.

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