Keeping a few cans of coconut milk in your kitchen cupboards is just good common sense. While you can certainly use coconut milk in traditional ways, such as a base for the classic Thai soup tom kha gai or for curries, it is also delicious in easy side dishes such as whipped sweet potatoes or coconut rice. You can even use it in desserts. Here are a few recipes to help you take advantage of one of the most delicious staples in your pantry.
Easy and Quick Recipes: Buttermilk-Blueberry Breakfast Cake I used oil in plAce of butter, wheat flour (1 1/4 wheat+1/4 c oat bran, 1/2 white), & reduced the sugar to 3/4 c +1T on top. I also used rice milk b/c that's what I had.
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