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Masala Doodh (Flavoured Milk)

Milk flavoured with nuts, cardamom and nutmeg. 

Ingredients:
Almonds/Badam - 1/2 cup
Walnuts/Akrod - 1/2 cup
Cashews/Kaju - 1/4 cup
Pistachios/Pista - 1/4 cup
Green Cardamom/Elaichi - 5 pods
Nutmeg/Jaiphal Powder - 1/8 tsp

Milk
Saffron/Kesar
Sugar

Method:
Toast the almonds, walnuts in a pan or a microwave so that the skin comes off easily.  Let them cool.  Grind almonds, cashews, walnuts, pistachios, cardamom seeds, nutmeg to a fine powder.  Store the Masala Doodh Mix in a dry air tight container.
Heat 1 cup milk in a vessel.  Add about 1/4 tsp (or less) Masala Doodh Mix, 1 tsp sugar, few saffron strands and bring it to a boil.  Nutritious Flavoured Milk is ready.  Serve Masala Doodh hot or cold.

Comments

  1. All those nuts must have given a nice crunch:)...looks yum!

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  2. An healthy drink full of goodness and nutty too.

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  3. whenever i got hotel...i used to drink this milk...never tried at home...bookmarked it...thanks for sharing!

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  4. Yumm, i can have this masala milk rite now..so tempting;.

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  5. yummy masala milk.... had it in chennai only... after seeing yours want to have again...

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  6. very nice..it will taste good! drinking fat free..is more easy now!
    :)

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  7. yum! yum! luv to have it anytime.

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  8. That looks healthy and delicious will definitely try it out! Great tip on the microwave thing re nuts, that's very new to me. Thanks!

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