Delicious Almond Water Recipe | Indian Style

This almond water recipe holds a very special place as on the occasion of paryushan parv or any other fasting days we “Jains” used to only drink “this drink” and that too only once a day. That is why I thought this drink should exist on my blog.

almond milk homemade

You can say this almond water recipe is a dilute version of almond milk but extremely delicious. Usually, this almond water is served chilled but you can prepare it from the warm water and serve hot. As per your liking, you can have this drink and adjust the diluteness of the drink according to you. If you want a more liquidy drink you can serve it with more water. For the thicker drink, you add less water and more almond paste to it.

almond milk homemade

The sugar content of the drink also depends on you. If you are a diet conscious person, then while making this drink you can adjust sugar as per your taste and liking. I’ve prepared the version I like the most. It is an age-old recipe that is been prepared in our homes from ages. Hope you like it.

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Indian Style Delicious Almond Water Recipe
almond water
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 5 hours for soaking
Servings
Ingredients
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 5 hours for soaking
Servings
Ingredients
almond water
Instructions
  1. Soak overnight or a minimum of 5 hours almonds and raisins (munakka).
    soaked almonds for almond water
  2. Remove the peel of almond and deseed raisins aka munakka.
  3. Now in a blender make a fine paste of soaked almonds, raisins, black pepper seeds, green cardamom and a little water of soaked raisins or munakka.
    fine paste for almond drink
  4. Now in another container dissolve sugar in water by mixing very well.
    sugar syrup for almond water recipe
  5. Add the prepared paste of almonds and munakka into the sugar dissolved water and mix well.
    how to make almond water
  6. Tadaa our refreshing almond drink is ready. Enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Homemade Almond Milk Nutrition (1 serving)

calories:- 264

Carbs:- 52 g

Fat:- 6 g

Protein:- 2 g

Liked the recipe? Then do try https://forkfulofhappiness.net/homemade-thandai-syrup/
Best for summers, authentic Indian recipe. You are going to love it. 🙂 Take Care.

 

2 Comments

  1. Hi Pooja, am hearing about the recipe for the first time. Is it like a diluted version of badam kheer? I will take the chilled version of this drink and Thandai over any soft drink 🙂

    1. forkfulofhappiness says:

      It is not in any case near to badam kheer. Badam kheer will have rice in it but this recipe purely has badam, water, sugar and spices.

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