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Coconut Milk

Nam Ka Thi


Coconut Milk is now part of everyday life in Thai cooking. It was brought to Thailand during the 13th century through international trade. Today the coconut tree can be mostly found growing on the South coasts of Thailand. The milk is made by pressing the flesh of the coconut to produce a liquid that is essential to many authentic curries and desserts. It is the perfect all-rounder, which is integral to Thai cuisine.

Contains: Shrimp Paste (crustacean)
Vegetarians Yes
Vegan Yes
Allergens
Gluten (cereals) No
Crustaceae No
Egg No
Fish No
Milk No
Molluscs No
Peanuts No
Sesame No
Soy No
Sulphites Yes but less than 10mg/l of S02
Nuts No
Celery No
Mustard Seed No
Lupins No

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the allergen information provided on this website is accurate the authors cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. Although our manufacturing site has strict policies and procedures to control allergens Mai Siam cannot rule out the possibility of cross-contamination. If you have any concerns regarding allergens please consult your doctor.