Fig / Anjeer Milk Shake #FoodieExtravaganza

Dried Figs or Fresh Figs are very commonly available almost everywhere and this is widely consumed in India and other countries. Figs, whether fresh or dried, are rich in powerful antioxidants.The fig trees can live up to 100 years, that why many people in India touch their head to this tree , so that, they too will have long and healthy life. 
Figs have a unique taste and texture. They are sweet and chewy. The smoothness of the fruit and the crunchiness of its seeds make a beautiful combination to eat. Dried figs are available throughout the year whereas fresh figs are available in summer.

Here the weather is so hot and sticky, this drink is perfect to cool your body. I,  have not added any extra sugar for sweetness. Wanted the natural taste and sweetness of the Figs. This is a diabetic friendly drink. Can add a tablespoon or more of caster sugar according to your taste.

November 1-7th is National Fig Week. Our Host Camilla M. Mann - Event for Foodie Extravaganza {Party},  asked us to share recipes that celebrate the mighty fig ( fresh or dried ).

Serves 2
Ingredients

500 Ml Millk
6 Pieces Dried Figs / Anjeer
1 Tablespoon Heaped Almond meal - Homemade

1 Cup Ice cubes

Method

Wash and then cut the figs into small pieces. Soaked these in 1 cup warm milk for 2 to 3 hours.
In a blender jar, add figs along with the milk in which it was soaked in and blend it into smooth paste. Then add the remaining cold milk , ice cubes and almond meal blend it again.
When the mixture becomes into thick and smooth consistency then transfer it into a  serving glass.
Serve the Fig / Anjeer Milk Shake in a glass and top with anjeer pieces and enjoy chilled.
See the recipe here How to make Almond meal

Labels : Dried Figs, Anjeer, Milk Shake , Almond Meal, Diabetic Friendly, Healthy, Foodie Extravaganza Party

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See all the other recipes of today's Foodie Extravaganza: 

Fig and Anjeer Milk Shake by Sneha's Recipe
Fig and Blue Cheese Tarts by Food Lust People Love
Fig and Walnut Bread by Caroline's Cooking
Sourdough Barley Bread with Figs and Pecans by Karen's Kitchen Stories
Steamed Figgy Pudding by A Day in the Life on the Farm
The Figgy Piggy by Making Miracles
Warm Potato Salad with Tea-Steeped Figs by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

4 comments:

  1. This sounds wonderful Sneha. I'll bet fig ice cream would be good too.

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  2. Thanks for joining me this month, Sneha. I didn't realize that Fig and Anjeer are the same thing. I edited that in the permalinks HTML. I can't wait to try this.

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  3. What a great sounding shake! I love the story about the fig tree!

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