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Coconut Flan recipe?

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I used to have a recipe for a coconut flan and can't find it now. All I can find that is close Is one on epicurious for six individual flans. Anyone have a recipe for one large one or know if I can convert the six into one (and if so, how)? Thanks.

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  1. I saw Paula Deen make this one on tv, haven't tried it though. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/pa...

    1. http://en.petitchef.com/recipes/caram...
      http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/br...
      http://recipeisland.com/blog1/recipe-...
      http://www.recipe.com/coconut-flan/

      1. http://shewearsmanyhats.com/2010/10/o...

        This recipe I've tested. You can make as written or sub the evaporated milk for coconut milk.
        Enjoy!

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        1. re: HillJ

          Great thank you! Do you prefer it with coconut milk? Or is it too sweet?

          1. re: momnivore

            Usually I omit the caramel syrup if I use coconut milk, plus the coconut doesn't compete with the caramel flavor as much. But, it's a personal preference.

            1. re: momnivore

              The sweetened condensed milk is what makes it too sweet for me. I never use it, just coconut milk, which is a natural kind os sweet not cloying.

              1. re: magiesmom

                you have a point regarding sweetened condensed milk. However, in the recipe I cited above, the condensed milk & the cream cheese play a role in the texture of the flan. The coconut milk would sub nicely for the evaporated milk w/out changing the texture. I'd adjust the sugar; both in the flan base and do w/out the caramel syrup.

                momnivore, if you prefer that the coconut flavor come through, refer to another recipe.
                Happy baking!

                1. re: HillJ

                  I meant that I would use a coconut milk based recipe, or one with cm and cream. Sorry to be unclear.