Looking for a vegan lentil curry that doesn't call for coconut milk? This healthy recipe is simple, delicious, and perfect for a weeknight meal.
This goat curry is full of tender pieces of goat meat and a savory coconut milk gravy that is perfect for cooler weather. Also called mutton curry, this Indian-inspired comfort food will have you savoring every bite. The mix of sauteed onions, carrots, celery, and aromatic spices gives this curry a depth of flavor that can't be beat.
:A wonderful blend of coconut milk and key lime juice in a fresh tart.
Vegetarian Pot Pie celebrates the fresh produce of spring - asparagus, peas, carrots, leeks and baby spinach. Easy to prepare with frozen puff pastry, this healthier version of the classic pot pie switches out the cream for coconut milk and reduces the butter to a mere tablespoon, while still offering a mix of robust flavors and varied textures. Plus, it's flexible - vegetables can be varied based on availability, and baked either as individual potpies or in one dish, served family-style.
Fish Molly is a Bengali dish and very popular worldwide especially in eastern countries like India and Pakistan. Here the fish is cooked in coconut milk with very few spices, unlike all other Indian dishes. You may also like: Beef Masala Vada, Stuffed Chicken Bread Bajji and Prawn Stir Fry with Spinach This fish recipe […]
The awakening of the senses smoothie is a delicious blend of ginger, coconut milk, oranges, banana, pineapple, kiwi, apple and strawberry. It is ideal for waking up in the morning or relaxing after a long day. This smoothie is rich in vitamins and minerals, making it a great choice for a healthy snack or light meal. In addition, ginger has anti-inflammatory and digestive properties, while coconut milk contains saturated fatty acids that help keep skin and hair healthy. Oranges provide a daily dose of vitamin C, while bananas and pineapples add a touch of sweetness. Finally, the apple and kiwi add a tangy note to the smoothie for a unique and refreshing taste.
Ital Stew Recipe is my version of the traditional Rastafarian dish, it is so mindblowing. Vegetables cooked in coconut milk with spices
Yields 4 servings 1/2 oz. (about 15 grams) dry mushrooms 3 cups cold water + more for boiling mushrooms 1 medium yellow onion, peeled and c...
This silky smooth coconut milk pumpkin pie is made with kabocha squash (Japanese pumpkin). Dairy-free, soy-free, and vegan. Just pure pumpkin goodness.
Red lentil and butternut squash curry aka butternut squash lentil curry is a rich, creamy and vegan-friendly curry which is perfect for the chilli days of autumn and winter season. It’s healthy, warm, full of flavours and utterly delicious. In this wholesome treat preparation, butternut squash cubes are cooked in spicy onion-tomato gravy along with red lentils, coconut milk and some spices. This comforting delight is mostly served with rice or naan and can even be accompanied by couscous or quinoa. It could be a perfect Christmas recipe vegetarian to complement your dining table.
An easy butternut squash soup with heaps of flavours! Made with coconut milk and vegetable stock, it is velvety smooth and vegan friendly.
Tropical smoothie with coconut milk and Longan also called dragon’s eye.
Exotic and alcohol-free cocktail with pineapple juice, coconut milk and raspberry syrup. Super cocktail for children
This Thai Carrot Soup is the perfect blend of carrots, coconut milk and hot chili oil.
This isn’t an asian meal, no curry involved here… There is some typical asian elements, like lemongrass and coconut milk but no ginger or strong curry. This way we’ll get to taste…
You’ll say this looks exactly like the simple cup of strawberries topped with whipped cream… boring… but you are far from the truth! This is a coconut milk infused with kaffir lim…
Tropical Smoothie Bowl is fest of tropical fruits; passion fruit, mango and pineapple blended with coconut milk and ice cubes for an exotic start of the day. I don’t know for you but tropical…
Gado Gado is a naturally gluten-free Indonesian cold salad of blanched, steamed or fresh vegetables of your choice, including hard-boiled eggs, rice cakes & tofu, served with a peanut satay sauce. There is no strict rule about what vegetables you choose to add to Gado Gado, so have fun creating your own platter of veggies. You could even add fresh pineapple as a fruit option. A traditional and popular addition to Gado Gado salad is some cubed rice cakes called Ketupat in Indonesian and Malay. These are compressed rice that has been cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves. These are perfect to dip into the peanut sauce as they absorb the flavour without losing their shape. They are also served together with Gluten-Free Chicken Satays.