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Coconut milk

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To stir-fry successfully, prepare everything before you begin; then cook in batches. Forget the wok and use a skillet large enough to hold a single layer of tofu, which will ensure that your tofu browns and becomes crisp. For a spicier version, you can double the curry paste to 2 teaspoons. Serve with rice noodles or jasmine rice.

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Once the can of coconut milk is opened, transfer the coconut milk to an airtight container; refrigerate up to a week. Or freeze leftovers in an ice-cube tray until solid, pop cubes into a resealable bag, and freeze up to six months. To use, heat on low until liquefied.

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Coconut milk is made from shredded coconut that is simmered in water and then strained to make a creamy liquid. It should not be confused with coconut cream, which has less water, or with sweetened cream of coconut. Reduced-fat coconut milk contains thickeners and other additives; it's best to use small amounts of regular coconut milk instead.

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