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Persian Style Organic Almond Milk
Persian Style Organic Almond Milk
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About This Condiment:  Almond Milk is full of goodies, heart friendly & full of Calcium & Vitamin D; compared to cow's milk has lower calories & fat and also has no saturated fat or cholesterol so it is perfect for the situation where cholesterol must be avoided. You can use it for cooking purposes, or have it everyday/morning as a replacement of cow's milk. It is super healthy and yummy.  This homemade version of Almond Milk is very delicious, with quick & easy preparation in Persian Style. A healthy replacement of cow's milk for mornings and for cooking. So let's see how Persians prepare their homemade Almond Milk!
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Servings Prep Time
3 15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Servings Prep Time
3 15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Persian Style Organic Almond Milk
Persian Style Organic Almond Milk
Print Recipe
Add to Meal Plan:
This recipe has been added to your Meal Plan
About This Condiment:  Almond Milk is full of goodies, heart friendly & full of Calcium & Vitamin D; compared to cow's milk has lower calories & fat and also has no saturated fat or cholesterol so it is perfect for the situation where cholesterol must be avoided. You can use it for cooking purposes, or have it everyday/morning as a replacement of cow's milk. It is super healthy and yummy.  This homemade version of Almond Milk is very delicious, with quick & easy preparation in Persian Style. A healthy replacement of cow's milk for mornings and for cooking. So let's see how Persians prepare their homemade Almond Milk!
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Servings Prep Time
3 15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Servings Prep Time
3 15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Ingredients
  • 300 grams Organic Almonds
  • 1/5 litre water
  • 1 piece DateSeedless
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Instructions
  1. Pour the water in a cooking pot along with the almonds & place it under the medium to high temperature.
    Pour the water in a cooking pot along with the almonds & place it under the medium to high temperature.
  2. Once the water start boiling, remove the pot from the heat immediately.
    Once the water start boiling, remove the pot from the heat immediately.
  3. Separate almonds from the water and let it cool down;
    Separate almonds from the water and let it cool down;
  4. Once cooled enough, start peeling off the almonds.
    Once cooled enough, start peeling off the almonds.
  5. Once all are peeled, place the almonds inside the blender along with date and 5 glasses of water and start blending for about 4 to 5 minutes until almonds blend very well with the date and water.
    Once all are peeled, place the almonds inside the blender along with date and 5 glasses of water and start blending for about 4 to 5 minutes until almonds blend very well with the date and water.
  6. At this stage the almond milk is ready but it has small almond pulps in it. If you prefer consuming it with the pulps you can air tight it and keep it in the fridge.
    At this stage the almond milk is ready but it has small almond pulps in it. If you prefer consuming it with the pulps you can air tight it and keep it in the fridge.
  7. To separate the pulps from the milk use a cheese cloth. Pour the milk inside the cheese cloth; 
    To separate the pulps from the milk use a cheese cloth. Pour the milk inside the cheese cloth; 
  8. Keep pressing it until all the milk is separated from the pulps.
    Keep pressing it until all the milk is separated from the pulps.
  9. Now you can pour your almond milk in a glass bottle and air tight it and keep it in fridge for about a week.  
    Now you can pour your almond milk in a glass bottle and air tight it and keep it in fridge for about a week.  
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