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Get Your Calcium & Protein From Pure Vegan Milk, Peanut Curd Recipe Indian by Ravneet Bhalla

Are you looking for a vegan curd with peanut recipe? Do you wish to learn how to make peanut milk tea? Are you wondering how does peanut curd taste? If so, this recipe video is for you. Whether you are in India or abroad, peanut curd is an excellent substitute for dairy curd. Unless you are lactose intolerant, you may not be willing to try it out, wondering how peanut curd tastes. However, as someone who loves curd, I have given peanut curd a try for my vegan followers and found it to be creamy, sweet, and a little nutty. There is nothing you won't like in homemade peanut curd. Rather, it is packed with nutrients.


Is peanut milk good for you? Peanut milk comprises a number of nutrients that your body needs. In fact, these nuts are a good source of dietary fiber, B vitamins, minerals, and skin-friendly vitamin E. If your diet lacks magnesium, potassium, iron, and potassium, then it's time to add peanuts to your diet.


Is peanut milk good for weight loss or peanut milk nutrition? Peanut milk calories are fewer compared with dairy milk, making it a weight loss ingredient.

Does peanut curd have probiotics? Does vegan curd have probiotics? Well, anything that gets fermented has some amount of good bacteria, so your homemade peanut curd is also packed with probiotics, which is good for your gut health and aids in nutrient absorption.

Can I eat peanut butter with curd? Yes, you can and make a delectable chutney too. Add in coconuts, green chili, and salt. A little amount of roasted black chickpeas may be added too.

how does peanut curd taste

Creamy and yumm with a hint of peanuts. Are there any peanut curd side effects? Well, unless you have a peanut allergy, there are no side effects of homemade vegan curd. How does vegan curd taste? I loved peanut curd for its sweet and creamy texture. The hint of peanut is absolutely perfect and does not affect your taste buds. But if you are used to khatta dahi, then you might not find it interesting enough to try out. I loved this vegan curd alternative though. What do we need as a peanut curd starter? Well, green chili or red chili tops work as a starter here.




Ingredients to make pure vegan milk & curd

1/4 cup peanuts

3 cups- water

chili tops/heads

Soak peanuts in water for 6-8 hours.

Then make peanut milk with soaked peanuts and water.

Strain and keep aside the peanut pulp. We will use it in another recipe.

Boil peanut milk. It boils and forms a creamy layer just like dairy milk.

This is a sign of pure vegan milk, which is rich in good polyunsaturated fats, vitamin E, calcium, and protein.

Let the milk cool down slightly.

Add in chili tops/heads when the peanut milk is still warm. Cover with a cloth/sweater or keep aside in a warm place during winters for 8-10 hours. It takes longer than normal curd, remember!

Enjoy rich, creamy peanut curd, which is 100% pure, sweet, and yummy too.

How to make peanut tea with pure vegan milk recipe in India




Boil 1/4 cup of peanut milk along with 1/2 cup of water.

Add 1/2 tsp or more tea leaves.

Add flavor or spice of choice. I use fennel seeds often.

Let it simmer and come to a rolling boil.

You may add sweetener that you love.

I like unsweetened tea.

Strain and enjoy pure vegan milk tea with peanuts.

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