Coconut Milk : by CHAOKOH
Coconut milk (naam gkati in Thai) is an essential ingredient for Thai curry, soup, and sweets. Coconut milk is extracted from the squeezed grated flesh of the mature nut and is not the water from inside of the coconut (which is usually discarded). Young immature green coconuts are the source of sweet coconut water, which is for drinking. ChaoKoh brand, imported from Thailand and of high quality.
This coconut milk can be used for making cakes, candies, cookies, ice cream , coconut jam(Kaya), curries and other preparations where coconut milk is requires.
Ingredients : Coconut Extract 53% , Water
Antioxidants : Citric Acid (E330)
Coconut Milk by AROY-D
This Coconut Milk is similar with CHAOKOH but extracted from squeezed with out soft skin of coconut.
This coconut good for making sweet , dessert because smell is natural and stronger than CHAOKOH brand.
Ingredients : Coconut extract 60% , water
Coconut Cream by AROY-D
This coconut is real cream of fresh sun-ripened Thailand Coconuts. Flavor of Pina Colada with AROY-D cream of coconut is the best.
The Authentic Pina Colada
1) Combine 4 fl.oz. AROY-D cream of coconut 4, fl.oz. pineapple juice, 3 fl.oz. rum, 2 cups of ice.
2) Mix well in blender
3) Garnish with pineapple and cherry. Serves 2
Ingredients : Coconut Milk 69.2% , Sugar , Coconut oil 0.5% , Emulsifier (E435), Stabilizer (E466) , Salt , Citric Acid (E330) Acidity Regulators, Pottassium Metabisulphite (E224) As Preservative
Most Thai curries and soups such as Tom Kha only need normal coconut milk. Coconut Milk is available under many brand names , such as Chaokoh, Aroy-D, Mae Ploy, etc., and all are excellent. Beware of some cheaper brands which are available on the High Street, as they contain additives such as thickening agents, etc. Some curries, such as Panang and Massaman, work very well when prepared with a rich, thick consistency. Try coconut cream and simmer just long enough to release some of its smooth, glistening oils.
You can also online order from RaanThai (Online Thai Food in The UK)