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3-Ingredient Vegan Condensed Milk Recipe


No, I have not turned a vegan, nor do I have any plans either. The reason being that my diet does not allow me to become one. I am happy experimenting with my food my way. Perhaps I do want to try out a few vegan recipes as well, especially for my vegan followers.This vegan condensed milk recipe is inspired by Uma Srinivasan's recipe.
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 Uma has turned a vegan and her recipes are purely reflective of veganism. Do check out her blog if you wish to try out vegan recipes. She blogs at MRISHTANNA.com


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 I have tried out vegan condensed milk with almond meal alone and coconut milk alone. But Uma has decided to combine both and the combo gives you a delicious dairy-free milk recipe. You will be tempted to taste the condensed milk vegan as soon as it is ready. Do not be surprised if you finish it off before trying it out in a recipe, for it is just too yummy not to indulge in.
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 Anway, you can make vegan kulfi with this condensed milk, as I did. It was simply too delicious. I will share the vegan ice cream recipe as well later.
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Coconut milk is one of the healthiest, yummiest dairy-free milk blends. It is so versatile that it finds its place in all types of savories, sweets, and bakes in south India. Ever since the vegan era began, vegan followers are trying out a number of coconut milk recipes. Here's one of the easiest ways to make condensed milk at home.

Ingredients


2 cups- coconut milk (16 oz.)
1/2 cup- almond meal (here's how to make almond meal at home) - check the video above
1/4 cup- sugar powder (more or less)

How to make vegan condensed milk


  1. Make coconut milk first if you do not have it at hand. It's easier to process coconut milk at home. Here's the recipe for coconut milk.
  2. Keep coconut milk for boiling.
  3. Add sugar powder. 
  4. Stir in almond meal.
  5. Keep on low flame.
  6. Stir intermittently so that the mix doesn;t stick to the sides of the pan.
  7. Keep stirring until it reaches the desired consistency.

  1. Use this vegan condensed milk for cake, cake rusk, ice cream, or serve it as a smoothie or shake. It tastes delicious. I have prepared vegan biscotti with semolina and it is light, crunchy, and just perfect for your tea time. 

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