Tigernut powderer milk.


Tigernuts are perfect for making low-carb, dairy-free milk and you can use the dehydrated pulp as grain-free flour. Because tigernut milk is naturally sweet (more than almond milk), most of you won’t need to use any sweeteners. It’s simply delicious!



Recipe: Grind roasted tiger nuts with a blender or a coffee grinder. Mix wheat and tiger nuts flour. Add sugar, cinnamon and vanilla to the milk and let it simmer for a couple of minutes. Next, put it all together, mix well. Now you need to form briquettes. Voila! Tasty and soft halvah is ready Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1220050-tigernut-flour-health-benefits-recipes