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Homemade Sesame Seed Milk (Til Ka Doodh)
Dr. Khadar Vali, independent forest agricultural scientist and food expert, better known as the Millet Man of India, suggests consuming plant-based milk instead of dairy milk. He says that dairy is a leading cause of hormonal imbalance in the human body as well as other health issues.
Whether you are interested in plant-based milk due to health reasons or you're simply curious, sesame seed milk (til ka doodh) can be a good place to start.
Plant-based milk should not be heated directly on the stove because it has a much lower fat content relative to animal milk. It is for this reason that plant-based milk should always be heated with the double-boiler method, which is demonstrated in the video below.
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250 ml milk
- 25 grams safed til (sesame seeds)
- 250 ml water
- water for soaking as needed
- Wash the sesame seeds and soak them in water for 7 to 8 hours. Strain out the water and wash the seeds once more. Strain out the water again.
- Put the soaked sesame seeds in a grinder jar. Add in 50 to 60 ml of water and grind the sesame seeds to a fine paste.
- Transfer the sesame seeds to a cotton/muslin cloth or bag and strain out the milk. Add the remaining water, stir to mix and transfer to a glass.
- Sesame milk is ready. If you like to drink it warm then transfer to a small bowl and heat it by double boiler method.
- To warm the milk keep a larger pot on low heat. Place a stand inside the pot and fill water about 1/2 inch over it. Place the bowl with sesame milk in it and let it heat up until it becomes lukewarm. Stir the milk a couple of times while it is warming up.
- Transfer the lukewarm milk to a glass and serve. You may add palm jaggery syrup to sweeten the milk if you wish.
Sesame Seed Milk Recipe
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