What else can be better than the fact that a drink full of health and taste can be made at home in just 5 minutes. There is no doubt that the process of making tea takes longer than that. HEALTHY SATTU MILKSHAKE is a recipe that will be ready immediately and will be liked by everyone at home. Whether you are preparing for the family or for yourself, it will take care of both taste and health. You can include this recipe in any of your snack miles. HEALTHY SATTU MILKSHAKE is designed to keep macros and calories in mind. This drink will provide both coldness and necessary nutrition in the body.
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HEALTHY SATTU MILKSHAKE | JUST IN 5 MINUTES
- Blender Jar
- ½ teaspoons Cardamom Powder
- 3 tablespoon Honey
- 5-6 units Cashewnuts Keep 2-3 splits aside for garnish
- 5-6 units Almonds Keep 1 almond aside for garnish
- 1 teaspoons Black currant Optional
- 1 Pinch Cinnamon Powder
- 400 ml Low Fat / Slim Milk Cold
- 1 cup Sattu
- Take a blender jar and add milk, sattu, cardamom powder, cinnamon powder & honey. Blend it nicely.
- The consistency should be smooth and creamy.
- Now roughly chop the almond and cashew nut and set aside.
- Transfer your shake in to a serving glass and garnish it with cashew nuts, almond, and Black currant (optional).
- If you like , you can sprinkle ½pinch Cinnamon Powder
- Serve Cold (You can add ice-cubes which is optional)
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About the Healthy Sattu Milkshake recipe’s Key Ingredient : SATTU
Sattu is a cold drink from the Indian subcontinent consisting of a mixture of ground pulses and cereals. The dry powder is prepared in various ways as a principal or secondary ingredient of dishes. Various varieties of sattu are prepared during batukamma in telangana and distributed by women.
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Made by the dry-roasting process that seals in all the nutrients, sattu is rich in protein, fibre, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium. In fact, 100 gram of sattu contains 20.6 percent protein, 7.2 percent fat, 1.35 percent crude fibre, 65.2 percent carbohydrates, 2.7 percent total ash, 2.95 percent moisture and 406 calories. Clike here to read more about Sattu.