Masala Doodh | Kadha Doodh

1 litre of masala doodh Conversion Chart Print

Ingredients

litres of full cream milk (doodh)
¼ cup of almonds (badam)
¼ cup of pistachios (pista)
cup of cashews (kaju)
5-6 green cardamoms (choti elaichi)
cup of sugar (chini)

Preparation

1. In a thick bottom vessel, boil milk on slow till it reduces to ¾. Continue to stir in between to avoid burning the milk.
2. In the meanwhile, finely chop or crush all the dry fruits. You can pulse twice also using the mixer jar. You can prepare and store the chopped dryfruits in fridge in an air tight container and quickly make this soothing milk. This mixture of dryfruits is known as masala.
3. When the milk has reduced to ¾, add all the crushed dry-fruits while stirring. Allow it to cook for another 1-2 minutes. Add sugar and give a complete boil. Remove from flame.
4. Serve hot, warm or cold. I served chilled.

Notes

Flavourful dried fruit milk or masala doodh or kadha doodh.

You can substitute full cream milk with milk of your choice like skimmed milk or almond milk.

You can substitute sugar with jaggery syrup. Learn here to make now.

You can prepare and store the chopped dryfruits in fridge in an air tight container and quickly make this soothing milk. This mixture of dryfruits is known as masala.

You can even add kesar (saffron) to enhance colour or add different types of nuts as per choice. This recipe is quite customizable.

You can even use this milk to prepare kulfi or other desserts.

Masala doodh is a great choice for both adults and kids to build up immunity and enjoy the taste as well.

It can be served hot in winters or rainy season and chilled in summers.