Yummers! My go to Coconut milk!
My fav coconut milk, always turns my Thai curry's into a nice thick sauce unlike some others that can be very watery and tasteless.
Good quality coconut milk
Very pleased with the quality of this Coconut Milk. Lots of top not much water.
Value with quality
Used in Thai curry , excellent as highest coconut percentage compared with other brands and great value
Read the label.
Ignore reviews below complaining about lumps. I opened my tin to a big chunk of coconut fat at the top, some liquid underneath, I thought I'd received a duff tin. I read the label and quickly found that it included, quite clearly, to heat the contents a little to bring it back to full liquid. 30 seconds in the micro and the fat melted and the contents stirred together perfectly, no lumps in sight. I almost drank the stuff but instead I poured it into the curry it was meant for.
Great coconut milk
Excellent coconut milk, great for making eg. coconut rice - very delicious. Also, it only contains 3 ingredients, not like the other products which are full of artificial stuff. Yes, it can be thick, but you only have to mix it well, it is not a big issue. Not expensive. Will buy more. Recommended.
Really good. Almost as good as the organic one we usually buy elsewhere which has been unfortunately out of stock for months. This is a good substitute though and we'll definitely be having some more.
Great Coconut in a tin
This has a relatively high coconut content. It is ideal to add to curries etc.
Staple for Thai+indian cooking
Tastes exactly as one would expect coconut milk to taste. High percentage of coconut milk so naturally good amount turns to fat. To the reviewers who buy coconut milk and expect it to be watery or (and i quote) "tasting less of coconut" (let's stop and think about that demand for a second here), they are better off trying the coconut drinks that come in tetrapaks.
Best that Tesco sell and normally the cheapest.
Ironically this is imho both the best and normally the cheapest coconut milk our local Tesco’s sell. I have found the best way to use it is to remove the solid plug of coconut cream from the top and discard the watery liquid. You can then add the coconut mass as required to your dish eg Thai curry along with fresh water or an appropriate stock. That way you avoid a lot of the gum and can control the thickness better.
Good strength coconut milk
Very nice quality