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Thai Curry with 'Coconut flavoured Skimmed Milk/Yoghurt' - Anyone attapmted this?

S: 13st11.5lb C: 13st5.1lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 26.8 Loss: 0st6.4lb(3.32%)
#1
Hi Everyone,

I love food :D and one of my favourite things to make and at is a Thai Cocnut Curry. I was thinking about substituting the coconut milk with Dukan coconut flavouring and yoghurt/skimmed milk. Everything else is just garlic and spices, fish sauce, onions and whatever veg I fancy putting in.

Just wondering if anyone has attempted something like this before and whether it was a success or not.

I have a fantastic recipe for Chicken Bhuna which I will post in the recipe section, which as far as I can tell would be allowed on a PV day. The only thing I would query is how much tomato purr and onion are we allowed on a PP day?

Thanks

Sarah
 
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Paulinegin

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S: 14st9.0lb C: 13st6lb G: 9st13lb BMI: 31.3 Loss: 1st3lb(8.29%)
#2
Hi Mrs Hop

Our lovely Mon makes Thai curry, but she's swanning around Vienna this week ... ! :D

On PP days, onion is to be used as a garnish rather than a vegetable. Tomato purée is no more than one tablespoon on a PP day.

Hope this helps!

P x
 

passionflower

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S: 11st9.1lb C: 9st9.6lb G: 9st9.6lb BMI: 23.3 Loss: 1st13.5lb(16.86%)
#3
Hi sarah like you we are huge fans of Thai cuisine. I make my own green paste and use coconut flavouring for the sauce. Not tried it with milk my favourite way is with Soya yoghurt, I cook my meat and the green paste together and don't cook the yoghurt just stir it in at the end. it's yum xx
 
S: 13st11.5lb C: 13st5.1lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 26.8 Loss: 0st6.4lb(3.32%)
#4
Hi sarah like you we are huge fans of Thai cuisine. I make my own green paste and use coconut flavouring for the sauce. Not tried it with milk my favourite way is with Soya yoghurt, I cook my meat and the green paste together and don't cook the yoghurt just stir it in at the end. it's yum xx
Thanks Monica, will definitely give this a go!

Sarah
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