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I made this recipe twice the first time as written and I could barley taste the coconut. So the next time I made it I used 2 1/2 tsp. coconut extract & 1/2 tsp. of vanilla and it was much better - the coconut taste is perfect. I made it for a party of 20 and everyone said it was PERFECT. It takes 1 hr. & 20 minutes to cook if you use 1 large dish. Easy to make and definately a keeper!
I thought this was very good especially the next day. I added 1 tsp coconut extract for a more coconut flavor but next time I will add at least 2 like an earlier reviewer stated. I also only used 4 eggs because that's what I had on hand. It still was yummy.
I loved it! I did however take the recommendations and substitute Creme de Coconut for the coconut milk. I also added a teaspoon of coconut excract. The coconut flavor was perfect and it was a very sweet flan. Excellent!
I used 2 egg yolks and 4 egg whites as one reviewer suggested and used 2 tbsp of coconut extract. The alcohol taste from the coconut extract was a bit strong but it was still very good. I'm thinking of boiling the extract in the milk next time to get rid of the alcohol.
I made this recipe over the weekend at the request of my mother who is a flan lover. I did not have coconut milk so I substituted with equal amount of grated coconut. I think it gave it a nice texture. I had to adjust cooking time to 2 hours because at the end of the first hour it was still very liquid in the middle. I used a 3 qt glass (pyrex) baking dish as indicated. Overall great tasting dessert. Will make it again really soon.