Recipe Directions

1.place all ingredients in bullet or blender
2.blend until creamy and white
3.strain through nut milk bag
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inspired by roshi’s badam ka halva- thanks rishiFromRoshis:)
shown pictured with individual halva,i used mamoul cookie molds but they can be easily made by pressing into candy molds:)
the second picture shows my favorite way to use the pulp from this recipe. simply dehydrate (right in the nutmilk bag!) and use as a granola type of crumb topping, you can add some more sweetener and cardamom or cinnamon if you like…this plate has banana, strawberries, chopped figs, sprinkled with the ‘halva granola’ and an extra dash of cardamom:)
i use a fine mesh strainer to strain sesame seeds:) you can find this type of strainer in larger stores…i have a really small one, for recipes like this, and a medium size.

Evergreen's Thoughts

rich, creamy, warm beverage with the taste of halva ....and a great way to use the nut pulp:)

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Yummo - This is sooo lovely & creamy! And PERFECT for the cold-rainy days we are having in London!!!
Thank you, x x x

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Wow that second picture is gorgeous :)

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you are welcome, good luck! :)

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Thank you for adding that link, that helps. :)

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oh hehe thanks rawkidchef. i didnt see it there. almond milk looks so good2 btw!

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hi have_mersey:)...i added a link above for the type of strainer i have...if any seeds stick to it , you just give it a tap or two and they all come out:)

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By the way...I meant to tell you this sounds lovely. :)

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How do you personally, drain the sesame? I have a hard time not loosing the seeds. If I use a cheesecloth type material to catch it, alot still sit on the cloth, which get dropped when I go to scrape them off. I love sesame, but they produce a great deal of woe. I haven't been soaking them much recently. Bad, I know.

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miss souffle they are Roshi's Badam ka halva. evergreen gave the link in the instructions above

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hey. what are those cookies in the background? and where can i find the recipe? they look so good!

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That halva looks really good. So does this milk. I should try it some time.

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That halva looks really good. So does this milk. I should try it some time.

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Oh, wow. Yum. What a beautiful little spread!

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