Our sweet potato milk is stroke of serendipity. Our intent was to make a mash out of sweet potatoes for shepherd’s pie and this flavoured milk happened as an unexpected bonus. From now on we would make this on purpose and so should you.
This flavoured milk recipe hardly takes any effort. It is the best alternative to anything that you could drink off a tetra pack. Our recipe of flavoured milk will yield 2 servings, with 98 kilocalories in each. To make this flavoured milk you will need the following ingredients,
Ingredients, Measurements & Nutritional Value
|Sweet potatoes||650 grams|
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- Vitamin B6 in sweet potatoes reduces the levels of homocysteine in the body and lowers the risk of degenerative diseases.
- Sweet potatoes contain more than 100% of the daily recommended intake of vitamin A.
- Vitamin D and protein in milk improves the health of bones.
Video Walk Through : Flavoured Milk – A Sweet Potato Serendipity
Instructions : Flavoured Milk – A Sweet Potato Serendipity
- Wash and clean the sweet potatoes thoroughly.
- Peel and cube the sweet potatoes. Chopping them into bite size cubes will help in cooking them faster.
- Throw the cubed sweet potatoes into a pressure cooker and add a pint of milk.
- Pressure cook for 4 whistles. If you do not own a pressure cooker, cook the sweet potatoes in a pot with a lid and use about 800 ml of milk. Boil this on medium-low heat for about 25 minutes or until the sweet potatoes are soft.
- Drain the liquid and drink it right away or refrigerate and enjoy it cold. Use the solids to make sweet potato mash. Recipe for sweet potato mash and shepherd’s pie will follow shortly.
Enjoy the flavoured milk of sweet potatoes hot or cold. You can also use this as a flavour enhancer in your pancakes and cakes.
Flavored Milk : A Sweet Potato Serendipity, another healthy recipe, the hissing cooker way.