A tall glass of milk has been seen as a miracle potion of sorts in our country. Children of all age are encouraged to have milk at least once a day. In growing-up years, the calcium in milk helps build strong bones, while protein helps in muscle growth. Additionally, milk is also a storehouse of many other nutrients like vitamin D, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, vitamin B12 and zinc. It is no wonder that milk is also dubbed as a 'complete food'. Can you think of another beverage even half as loaded and nutritious? We certainly cannot!
Not just children, even full-grown adults can benefit immensely from milk. And if the plain taste of milk is a problem for you, we may have something of help. Masala doodh is one interesting beverage that has found fans across the world now. While Haldi doodh continues to charm us every day for all its potent and healing properties, turns out that experimenting with a few other spices is also not a that bad idea after all.
Milk can be used to make a plethora of beverages. Some of the common milk-based drinks are lassi, masala chai, coffee, smoothie et al. Masala doodh also falls in the same category of illustrious milk-based drinks, except it is much easier to make and can be prepared in no time. A popular welcome drink, masala doodh is made with a combination of spices and at times some nuts and dry fruits. You can monitor and tweak the amount of spice used and the kind as well.
You can make it in advance and store it in an air-tight container easily for a few weeks. Just take out a teaspoon, mix it in milk and enjoy your glass of masala doodh anytime you want.
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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.