Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
When you need nut milk and you haven't got any, yet have the raw ingredients. This way is easy!
- Throw the almonds and the boiling water into the blender and blend for about 3 minutes at high speed.
- Strain through muslin or cheesecloth.
- The remaining pulp can be used in vegetable/nut loaves or burgers.
- Shake milk well before serving.
Perfect basic recipe. I used blanched almonds which made it oh so creamy. They almost completely dissolved!! I used this in place of steamed milk in recipe#277458 which made for a lovely dairy free tea. The only problem was that adding boiled water to my already slightly cracked blender made it crack a bit more. I would use this recipe again if I am looking for very creamy almond milk and don't mind the water being boiled, ie. not a raw recipe!
Nothing could be simpler! For my purposes, I added 2 tablespoons of sugar, plus I strained it many, many times. I'm using the almond milk I made as an ingredient in a coffee cocktail!
So easy I probably could have prepared this blindfolded and it still would have turned out perfectly. The milk was strained twice. Now what to do with the 3/4 cup of pulp...? Thanks! Used to make this recipe: Recipe #462998.