How To Prepare Tiger Nut Drink

How To Prepare Tiger Nut Drink – x-tigernut-of-drink-milk-recipe. In my Nigerian book, Lose It, I recommended tiger nut milk, also known as ofia (imumu), as a dairy-free alternative to cow milk. I received so many positive responses to the dish that I decided to share it with the larger 9jafoodie community. You’ll be astonished at how simple this dish is to prepare; there are only three steps. The technique is identical to that of creating soy milk, which you can discover HERE. If you don’t have access to tiger nuts, you may easily replace almonds in this recipe. There’s no need to soak tiger nuts if you use fresh ones.
Dried dates can be used to sweeten milk without adding sugar. I’ve heard (or read) that combining date and coconut with tigernut makes it an aphrodisiac, but I can’t confirm or disprove this. Please inform a sister if you attempt the combination for this reason and it turns out to be real.
Tigernut (Ohio) Milk Drink Recipe
Time to prepare: 10 minutes
Time to prepare: 20 minutes
Time allotted: 30 minutes
Ingredients: 6 servings
1 cup tiger nuts or almonds (soaked overnight)
four cups of water
– Optional (Skip if making milk for LIN 3 day cleanse)
6 dates (for sweetness)
a half cup of fresh coconut — to add richness
Rinse and soak dried tigernut or almonds in a large amount of water if using. Leave it for the night.
Pour the soaked nut into a blender. 4 cups water, coconut, and, if using, a date Blend until completely smooth.
Pour the mixed almonds into a sieve bag (the same sort used for pap) set over a large mixing basin.
To release the milk, squeeze the bottom of the bag.
Fill a jar with the mixture and store it in the refrigerator. Because nut milk has a propensity to congeal in the refrigerator, give it a good shake before each use.

Tiger Nut Milk Recipe | Dairy-Free Alternative
Tiger nuts (also known as tiger nuts) are underground tubers. They have a sweet, nutty flavor and are well-known for their milk ability. People have been using them to make creamy milk for ages throughout the world. They’re the type of individuals we like.
We believe that milking a tiger nut should be on your bucket list, so we’ve designed a simple, step-by-step tiger nut milk recipe. Go ahead and try it, thrill seeker.
If milking a tiger nut doesn’t pique your interest, you can still enjoy this delectable dairy replacement by purchasing a carton of our drink here. We’ve used the same pantry ingredients and created a delicious dish for you; we’ve just done all the work and milking for you.
Why not give one of our other tiger nut dishes a shot? We offer a great tiger nut espresso martini recipe as well as a brunch recipe for tiger nut pancakes.
Tiger Nuts Milk Recipe (makes approx. 750ml)
tiger nuts, 2 c.
4 c. water (filtered) (plus extra for blending)
14 teaspoon salt
2 tsp vanilla essence, honey, or maple syrup
spice (cinnamon or nutmeg) (optional)


Add the sea salt to the tiger nuts in a bowl or jar with a cover.
Cover the tiger nuts with water and place them in the fridge for 24-48 hours to soak. The longer they soak, the softer they’ll become, and the easier it’ll be to blend them into silky, creamy milk.
After soaking, strain the tiger nuts and liquid through a strainer and thoroughly rinse.
In a blender, combine the tiger nuts and two cups of filtered water, a little at a time. The flavor of the tiger nuts can be diluted if you use too much water.
If you’re going to add any flavorings, now is the time to do it.
Blend on high speed until the mixture is smooth and creamy. It normally takes three minutes to complete this task.
To separate the milk from the tiger nut pulp, strain through a fine sieve, nut bag, cheesecloth, etc.
Add another 1-2 cups of water to the blender with the tiger nut pulp. Blend for a few minutes more, then strain once more. This can be done as many times as you want. You have the option of combining the milk with the first batch or keeping the two batches separate. The second and third batches will not have the same level of creaminess as the first.
Pour the milk into a glass jar and keep it in the fridge for 3-4 days once you’ve done.
Don’t you want to save money? To add a sweet and nutty touch to your smoothies, use the leftover tiger nut pulp.

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