As-Salaamu-Alaikum I'm Marriam Essa-Sayed, a proudly South African Muslimah. "Foodeva Marsay" is my Lifestyle/Food Blog, with which I "Aspire to Inspire" for the pleasure of my Creator above. A simple to understand blog which entails a fusion of my many passions in life. You will find "Foodeva Marsay" dotted with my inspiring recipes , as well as some of my Travels, Reviews and Photography. I look forward to, and appreciate, any feedback. I can be reached on the contact details provided or via the social media link ups to me. Keep Smiling Marriam Essa-Sayed
This is an absolute 1st here on Foodeva Marsay….a back to back Blog Post on the very same day🎉
I guess the urgency of posting all boils down to the sudden change of weather we are experiencing here in South Africa. I know its cold up here in Johannesburg and also a chilly day in the coastal regions like Durban , have you been having a share of this cold front were you are??? Brrrrrr
So this recipe I share with you is so very easy and flop proof, it deserves to have as many of you give it a try to warm up;)
The Almond Milk recipe was very kindly shared on by a good friend Narriman Shaik. As the Muslim Holy Month of RAMADAAN is not too far off, and also falls in the winter months here in South Africa, this recipe is definitely going to be a winner with your family.👌 Thanks Tons Narri💕😙
Warm Almond Milk
(Recipe shared by Narriman Shaik)
2 cups milk.
1/2 – 1 Tablespoon ground almonds,
1/4 teaspoon ground elachi (Cardamom)
4 teaspoon sugar (or according to taste).
~Heat up milk on stove.
~When nice & hot add your almonds, sugar & elachi powder & a drop of rose essence.
~Bring to boil & serve hot.
Violà …there you have it, a Delightful and a nutritious warm drink to enjoy.
Why not try one of these *Foodeva Marsay Spin-offs*
> Add condensed milk instead of sugar
> and a Good Pinch of Saffron while milk is warming
> Serve with a light dusting of Cinnamon Powder