How To Extract Milk From A Coconut

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asked Mar 23, 2022 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (39,060 points)

How To Extract Milk From A Coconut

Coconut milk is a very important ingredient for a lot of South-East Asia cooking. We don’t really use much in Chinese cooking but are you curious about how to extract coconut milk from a fresh coconut? This article will answer your question!To get more news about Pomegranate sheller, you can visit official website.

When it comes to extracting coconut milk from a fresh coconut, a common misconception is that all you need to do is pierce the black “eyes” on the top of the coconut and the milk will come flowing out. Actually, extracting milk from a coconut takes a little bit more work than just piercing the black “eyes” but the results are worth it! The taste and the flavour of fresh coconut milk from a fresh coconut is amazing! It tastes so fresh and delicious.
You can adjust the thickness of the coconut milk by how much water you put it in. I will always use the juice from the coconut meat as well and you can also adjust the amount of hot water you use.

Here are easy step-by step instructions, with pictures, showing how to make your own coconut milk from the meat and juice of a coconut!

Drain the watery juice out of the eyes. This is not the coconut milk. But we need to keep this watery juice for making the coconut milk. So please don’t discard it.

Tap around the middle of the coconut with a sharp instrument to crack it open. (In the photo the non-chopping side of a cleaver is being used). Please be very careful when you are doing this procedure.

Place half the coconut meat in a blender with half of the coconut juice and 1 cup of hot water (Vary the amount of water to produce thicker or thinner milk). Use high speed to process for 3-5 minutes until the coconut meat turns really fine.
This is how you extract the coconut milk from a fresh coconut! It takes a bit more work than just opening a tin but both the flavour and freshness are infinitely better and definitely worth all the hard work!

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