Milk Masala Powder Recipe | Dudh Masala
Milk Masala Powder Recipe
Milk Masala Powder is a special kind of blend which is mainly made from nuts. Its not only enhances the taste and nutrients of milk, but can also be used in Kheer, Kulfi, Shrikhand etc. to make these dishes tastier. Say no to plain milk and add this healthy masala to make, having milk before going to bed, school, office an everyday routine. This blend will act as a great booster to your drink as it consist of lot of vitamins and minerals.
Milk Masala powder is easily available in market, but preparing it at home is very easy. Homemade Indian spices are pure, hygienic, unadulterated and very cheap in compare to market available version.
For more Homemade Indian spices recipes, checkout:
- Jiralu Powder or Garadu masala
- Kasuri methi powder
- Homemade Dried Mint Powder
- Garam Masala Recipe
- Dry Ginger Powder (Sonth)
- Roasted Cumin Powder
- Chai Masala | Tea Powder Recipe
- Sambar Powder Recipe | sambar masala
Milk Masala Powder step by step video recipe
Milk Masala Powder step by step Written Recipe
- Badam | Almond - 50 Gram
- Pista | Pistachio - 50 Gram
- GreenCardamom - 10 Gram
- Nutmeg - ½ nutmeg powder
- Kesar | Saffron - ½ Gram
- First of all put on a burner and place a pan on it.
- Put almond and pistachio in pan, roast them slightly on a low flame. Now add green cardamom and again roast well.
- When the spices start giving aroma, put off the burner & take out them in a bowl.
- You will observe that our pan is still hot, put saffron & nutmeg powder and roast them for 2 min. (do not put on the burner, otherwise saffron will burn)
- Now grind the roasted almond, pistachio & green cardamom in a mixer grinder.
- To the powdered mixture, add roasted saffron & nutmeg powder and grind again.
- Take out the mixture in the bowl, our aromatic milk masala powder is now ready.
- Pour 2 - 3 teaspoons of the Milk Masala Powder in a glass of hot or chilled milk, add sugar according to taste, stir and enjoy.
2. Use fresh nuts and not the ones whose shelf life has expired.
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