Badam Milk | Indian Almond Milk | Flavour Diary

Today's recipe is  simple to make welcome drink for a party or for some sweettooth healthy treat. We can add jaggery or date paste instead of sugar to make it more healthier version.
I usually make this frequently during ramadan for Iftar and store it for sehr and also for small parties as welcome drink.
And Badam milk is going to be part of A-Z recipe challenge and this month challenge was to make a recipe with ingredient starting with letter A and i have chosen Almonds.
I totally forgot about the challenge and when i saw a post relating to it on facebook today then i quickly made this, as i don't want to miss the first challenge. 
Check out the ingredients and directions below...

Level: Easy
Serves: 2

1 cup: 250ml
1 tablespoon: 15ml
1 teaspoon: 5 ml


Milk: 2 cups(500ml)
Almonds: 1/4th cup
Sugar: 3 tablespoons(to taste)
Cardamom pwdr: 1/4 teaspoon
Saffron : 1/8th teaspoon


Soak the almond overnight and then peel the skin off and blend it to smooth paste by adding little water.
Soak the almonds  in hot boiling water for 15mins and then peel off the skin and blend it to smooth paste by adding little water.
Take a thick bottom pan and add few tablespoons of water and then add milk(this will prevent milk from sticking to the bottom). Bring milk to boil and then add sugar, cardamom pwdr and almond paste and saffron.
Cook until the milk thickens little bit and let it cool completly and keep it fridge and then serve chilled.
Garnish with chopped nuts if required.

#IndianAlmondMilk is going to the following event and the alphabet for this month is #A

1 comment:

  1. Chilled badam milk and fruit is my go-to breakfast in summer!


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