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Badam Milk

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Time17 Min
DifficultyEasy
Serves4

This wholesome Badam Milk is made with soaked and peeled almonds blended well with milk. This Badam Milk description lends a wonderful and enthralling taste when combined with rose water, cardamom, and honey. Learn how to make Badam Milk at home by following this recipe. By learning to make Badam Milk at home you can now make a healthier version that then ones sold on the supermarket shelves. It i ... s a great way to kick-start your day with a nutritious punch. Once made, this Badam Milk can be stored in the refrigerator for three days. Badam Milk can also be enjoyed on hot summer days or cold winter evenings. With its delicately flavored taste enriched with the goodness of cardamom and almonds, it is an excellent source of nutrition that can be served for breakfast or even to kids once they come back from school. The skimmed milk is diluted with water and therefore good for those who are a little intolerant to milk. This Badam milk tastes lovely in smoothies and is great as a frozen dessert for kids and adults too.

Nutrition Info. (per serving)

ProteinFatCarbsFibre234 Cal234 Cal234 Cal234 Cal
  • 10gProtein
  • 12gFat
  • 22gCarbs
  • 1gFibre

Ingredients

Dry Grocery

Almond

Almond

0.25 cups

Saffron

Saffron

1 pinch

Honey

Honey

4 tablespoons

Cardamom Powder

Cardamom Powder

1.5 teaspoons

Rose Water

Rose Water

1 teaspoon

Slim Milk

Slim Milk

1000 ml

Other

Water

Water

1 cup

Directions
1
Soak almonds in hot water for 20-30 min, discard the water and remove the skin.
2
In a blender jar, add almond with 1/4 cup of milk and blend to make smooth paste and set aside .
3
Heat milk in a saucepan over a medium flame, as the milk gets warm, add the almond paste and mix well. Take a tablespoon of the warm milk in a bowl, add saffron strands to it and set aside .
4
lower the heat to low medium and let the milk simmer for 5-10 minutes, stir often so that milk doesn't get stuck to the bottom of the pan, simmer until the raw smell of almond disappears completely.
5
Add saffron to the milk along with honey, add cardamom powder, rose water, mix well together and turn off the heat.
6
Serve hot or cold .

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What is Badam Milk?

A traditional Indian beverage consumed to help beat weakness and enhance overall health, this recipe is that of Kesar Badam Milk, it is known as Badam Doodh in Hindi. In English, Badam translates to Almond, Kesar to Saffron and Doodh to Milk. With strong flavours and aroma of cardamom and saffron, this Badam Milk is an age-old ayurvedic remedy which is used to boost immunity, help build stronger bones and nourish those with improper digestion and diet. Another such recipe is that of Turmeric Latte

How to Make Badam Milk at Home - Tips & Tricks

Soaking nuts before using them helps enhance their taste and makes them easy to digest. Use almonds that have been soaked in hot water for at least 20 minutes. Soaking almonds for this Badam Milk Recipe will also help blend the almonds in a smooth paste. A smooth ground almond paste will make the Kesar Badam Milk very rich and creamy. Instead of using regular sugar for a sweetener, this Badam Milk Recipe uses honey. Cardamom powder, alongside rose water, is one of the key ingredients of the recipe, makes it aromatic and flavorful.

Badam Milk Benefits

Kesar Badam Milk is a great source of nutrition across all age groups, there are many Badam Milk Benefits. Regular consumption of milk helps promote gut health and good digestion. It can also help gain weight, especially for kids and expecting mothers.

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