Looking for a coconut chicken curry? Want to make coconut milk ice cream? Try our coconut milk recipe ideas below, or check out how to use more storecupboard staples here.
- We use shop-bought coconut milk
Make your own Sri Lankan curry powder and combine with coconut milk and toasted cashews to spice up chicken thighs in this impressive curry.
Make your own satay sauce with coconut milk and crunchy peanut butter, then toss it together with strips of seared sirloin steak. Don't forget the sriracha!
Liven up butternut squash with coconut milk, lightly toasted spices and crispy onions to make a vibrant vegetarian dal.
A tin of jackfruit (which you can pick up at almost any supermarket) is the magic ingredient in this vegan massaman curry, made creamy with coconut milk.
Coconut milk is a key ingredient in this classic Thai-style curry. This recipe tells you how to make your own spice blend, too.
Our seafood bisque is seriously addictive and packed with flavour. With creamy coconut milk and a kick of chilli, it's sure to become a family favourite.
These Thai coconut fish noodles are warming and packed with flavour. This recipe is quick, easy and a comforting midweek meal.
Sri Lankan curries are heavily spiced, chilli-hot and rich with coconut milk. This version is easy, vegan and under 500 calories.
Coconut milk plays a vital role in this super simple Penangpe curry, packed with punchy flavour.
Tamarind paste and coconut milk give an interesting twist to this quick midweek meal for two.
A spicy recipe for mussels that you will turn to time and time again. Make a quick Thai red curry mix and add coconut milk and an extra bird's eye chilli for the heat.
This simple dish of fish in a creamy coconut sauce is cooked all along the coast of Ecuador and on the Galápagos Islands.
This recipe for slow-braised lamb shanks with coconut milk promises delicious, fall-off-the-bone meat in a flavour-packed, lightly spiced sauce.
This beautiful panna cotta is a twist on the traditional Italian version with the refreshing Asian flavours of coconut and mango.