Nina's Malibu Coconut Flan
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Nina's Malibu Coconut Flan

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Serves 6

This is a lovely coconut recipe. A twist to a classic blanc mange and it is so so easy to make.

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Ingredients

  • 1 can condensed milk
  • 1 bottle coconut milk (200ml)
  • 1 can of milk (use the empty condensed mik can)
  • 1 pack of leaf gelatine (I use Dr. Oetker Supercook Select Fine Leaf Gelatine)
  • 3 tbsp of Malibu
  • food colouring (if desired, you can make it all white)

Method

    1. Mix the condensed milk and coconut milk in a bowl and reserve.
    2. Cut up the leaves in small pieces. Warm up the milk and dissolve the gelatine in it.
    3. When it is all dissolved, passing through a fine sieve, mix it with the reserved condensed/coconut milk mixture. Mix it well with a spoon.
    4. Divide the liquid in two bowls. In one add the Malibu and food colouring, if desired.
    5. Put this in a ring flan dish and let it set in the fridge, for about half an hour.
    6. Check that the flan is set before adding the rest of the mixture.
    7. Put it in the fridge for an hour, till it is all set.
    8. If you want, decorate with cream and cherries.

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