I’m hoping this is the right powder @Jo dunn and looks like what you use for malabar prawns as I could not find the Maggi brand at my Indian grocery shop.

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traceyross
about 1 year

Thank you @Hari Ghotra for your advice it’s appreciated. Family from Scotland are arriving tonight and it will be my mother in laws first curry.

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

It’s usually called coconut milk powder and dissolves into a paste with hot water @traceyross I hope it was tasty. Thanks @Jo dunn helpful as always!

Jo dunn
about 1 year

Glad you found out beforehand. Go with the extra coconut milk, just add some of the solids part, bit by bit, until you get the right consistency xx @traceyross 🥥🥥🥥🥥

traceyross
about 1 year

Thanks so much @Jo dunn it looks gritty as you mentioned and smaller in size than desiccated coconut. I’ll leave it out as it’s not very powdery looking. Thank you for looking at my photo and your advice Jo I’ll go with extra coconut milk. 💞

Jo dunn
about 1 year

@traceyross 💕💕
Sorry everyone else.. this is following on from Tracey and me messaging each other about Malabar prawns and we can't post pics in the messages!! 💕

Jo dunn
about 1 year

If it's powdered coconut flesh it might be gritty, rather than smooth creamy, when rehydrated . Don't use it if it's gritty. It would ruin the dish 🤮🤮😂😂😂

Jo dunn
about 1 year

not sure why I added a broccoli there🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 💕

Jo dunn
about 1 year

just a thought, if it doesn't easily go into a smooth creamy consistenctwhen added to liquid, then it's probably not powdered coconut milk... in which case try the other suggestion of using the solids from a 2nd tin.. x @traceyross 🥦

Jo dunn
about 1 year

Difficult to say if this is powdered coconut flesh, or powdered coconut milk, Tracey, but hey, it's all coconut, so I'd definitely go with this. Very excited for you! Happy cooking @traceyross 👩‍🍳👩‍🍳👩‍🍳👩‍🍳

traceyross
about 1 year

Thanks @Jo dunn for your help.