Remember the glass of milk from childhood, which helped you begin your day? The glass of milk you drank – either with wrinkled noses or hurriedly before you sprinted out of your home to attend school. In India, milk is a part of all our celebrations, religious rituals and memories.
The tempting calorie-filled sweets made out of milk hold a special significance in our lives. Most of us cannot even think of starting our day without tea or coffee. When you think of India’s harsh winters, the thought of delicious carrot pudding instantly warms our hearts. Also, who can escape the lure of freshly baked cakes that have fancied most of us alike?
What if we give your regular calorie-filled sweet intake a healthy twist? You could enjoy the creamy goodness of camel milk even if you’re lactose intolerant. Camel milk is the recommended nutrient for people suffering from lactose intolerance. The creamy milk of camels, God’s precious creatures, could be nature’s best gift to mankind, especially in India!
Want some dessert recipes made out of camel milk that would enable your taste-buds savour the Bedouin goodness with a delicious punch? Here we go!
Let’s Revisit Childhood with A Glass of Saffron Milk!
Here’s a delicious recipe that could be an ideal way to begin your mornings and give yourself an energy boost. The best part is you’d be ready to go within just 5-10 minutes!
Ingredients for 1 serving
250 mL Camel Milk
Sugar to taste
½ tsp saffron
Pinch of Cardamom powder
Boil Camel Milk gently for 2-3 minutes
Add sugar, saffron and cardamom to milk
Boil for 3-4 minutes and stir occasionally
Serve hot and savour the deliciously creamy cuppa joe
It is time to treat your taste-buds to some indulgent camel milk recipes that are packed with low-fat doses of calcium and essential nutrients. Camel Milk could be a healthy addition in your daily desserts.