Edward & Sons, Organic Creamed Coconut, 7 oz (200 g)186 Reviews
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0.59 lbs (0.27 kg)
- Product Code: EDW-00525
- UPC Code: 043182005258
- Package Quantity: 7 oz (200 g)
- Dimensions: 4.8 x 2.5 x 1.3 in, 0.5 lbs (0.23 kg)
- Important Note:
Note: Korean Customs will quarantine and inspect this item before final shipment to the customer. Please be advised that ordering this item could cause delivery delays
- Let's Do...Organic
- USDA Organic
- Gluten Free
- Kosher Pareve
- Certified Organic by QAI
- Certified Kosher by Kehilla Kosher
- Convenience Without Compromise
Replace dairy or coconut milk in sauces, curries, smoothies and more...
Enjoy the wonderful convenience and delicious flavor of Let's Do Organic Creamed Coconut, the secret ingredient in regional dishes from Thailand to Jamaica.
Let's do...Organic Creamed Coconut is brought to you by Edward & Sons Trading Company, purveyors of delicious and convenient natural foods since 1978.
Mix 1 Tbsp Creamed Coconut with 2 Tbsp hot water. Stir briskly until fully dissolved. Adjust thickness as desired by adding more or less hot water. Add to soups, gravies, casseroles and other favorite dishes toward the end of cooking.
Note: Creamed Coconut will harden in cool temperatures. To soften, simply immerse closed bag in a bowl of hot water for a few minutes.
Organic Creamed Coconut is perfect for Thai sauces and Caribbean stews. Diluted, pour over fresh fruit to make a delicious and "coconutty" sweet treat.
Or simply add Creamed Coconut into a blender with frozen fruit to enhance tropical smoothies! Experiment!
Store in a cool dry place.
Refrigerate after opening.
|Serving Size: Per 1 tbsp (28 g)|
|Servings Per Container: about 7|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Calories from Fat||162|
iHerb Customer Reviews
Creamed coconut is not the same as condensed coconut milk. It contains coconut-meat solids and is pulpier/thicker, and will not taste like coconut milk by thinning it out with water. What you get: inside the green box you see in the picture is a plastic-wrapped block of creamed coconut. Unless your house is very warm, it will be rock-hard. I fill a bowl with hot tap water and immerse the entire package, then knead it with my fingers after a few minutes. Repeat a couple of times, then snip the package open and pour/squeeze it out like toothpaste for use in cooking. If you don't use the entire package all at once it will resolidify; that's what real coconut cream does. That's why I love these little packages, as opposed to the 16-oz jars of other brands.
I had previously used creamed coconut from another brand that wasn't organic, so I was glad to find this one here. I use it to make coconut milk. Here in Spain it's hard to find cans or bricks of real coconut milk, not the ones filled with thickeners and not very high quantity of coconut, at a reasonable price, even more if it's organic. I just heat some water, as much as the coconut milk needed for the recipe, and then add creamed coconut until it gets the right thickness. It's definitely cheaper than buying cans (also more Earth-friendly, much less packaging), and you get the real stuff, just water and coconut. Mine was liquid when I opened it, it was a hot day, but it gets solid when the weather's colder. Now I kow it's much easier and less messy to use it liquid, will keep it in mind from now on. Oh, and keep it refrigerated after the first use, it lasts for months in good condition.