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Aval Milk Recipe - Milk Aval - Avil Milk - Aval Milkshake Recipe

aval milkshake

Aval Milk or Milk Avil or Milkaval or Avil Milk or Aval Milkshake also popularly known as malappuram muttayi is a popular malabar milkshake made with aval or avil (beaten rice flakes), pazham (plantains), and roasted peanuts. The bliss of living in Kozhikode is being able to indulge in milkshakes; every street or bakery has a popular milkshake parlour to boast about. It will be injustice to name a few here; almost all the cool bars serve this milkshake.

But, if you travel to the interiors of the district; aval milk is made slightly different, they simply put one pazham into a glass with some sugar and with a wooden blunt spoon it is mashed and then roasted aval and peanuts are added and then topped with cold milk. Somehow, I do not like that version and I prefer this version which many cool bars in the city makes and having noticed this method in popular cool bars near medical college and Manachira, I tried at home for my kids and they simply loved it. So, sharing this easy and healthy milkshake; I am sure you will love this.

Aval Milk Video Recipe

Sharjah Shake Recipe

Ingredients:
Frozen Milk: 500 ml
Sugar: 1/2 - 1/3 cup or as needed
Pazham: 2
Aval: 1 cup, roasted
Peanuts: 100 gms or as needed
Horlicks: 1 tbsp

Method:
Crush peanuts and roast aval in a pan and keep aside.
Crush frozen milk with a rolling pin (watch video).
Put the crushed milk into a blender along with pazham, sugar, and Horlicks. Blend for 2 mins on high speed or until nicely blended.
Add 3 - 3 1/2 tbsp roasted aval in a glass, then add 2 tbsp of peanuts and pour the blended frozen milk over it again sprinkle some more aval and peanuts on top.
Serve immediately.
You can get 3 servings from this recipe.
Note: Adjust sugar to suit your taste.

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