Sweetened Coconut Condensed Milk
  1. Bring the coconut milk to a boil over high heat in the smallest diameter pot you have — it will aid in gauging when it has reduced enough.
  2. When the coconut milk has come to a boil, reduce to a steady simmer. Keep stirring to aid in evaporation and keep it from scorching to the pot.
  3. As the coconut milk is reducing, add the sweeteners and stir to dissolve.
  4. When the mixture has reduced by about half and is the required consistency, remove from the heat and cool. It can be refrigerated for at least 3-4 days.
Recipe Notes

Coconut milk does not behave exactly like cow’s milk under heat. It will glug and generally be disagreeable early on as it comes to a boil. In the middle of the reduction, bubbles will pile up faster and smaller than what you are used to. The best solution for all of this is to only use as much heat as you can easily dissipate by constant whisking.