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    Love Nut Butters? Try These 5 Winning Recipes Submitted By TC46’s Insta Fam

    You want to know how we were celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi this 2020? It was with jars of delicious goodness from Native Tongue. In fact, we even spread the joy with a contest giveaway where the brand’s famous nut butters were awarded to participants who shared the best recipes on Instagram—giving us a sneak peek into how they would use the nut butters if they won!

    So, while we’ve announced the winners and the prizes are no longer up for grabs, we do have some winning recipes to share. They’re lip-smackingly delicious, easy to make, and must be bookmarked if like us, you too, love nut butters.

    Winning Recipe: Peanut Butter & Banana Smoothie 

    This recipe is perfect as a post- or pre-workout snack. Use it to supercharge your routine with the goodness of good fats, potassium, and protein.

    Ingredients:

    • 1 tbsp peanut butter
    • 1/2 cup cold milk or 1/2 cup yoghurt
    • 1/4 cup water
    • 1 ripe banana + sweetener of choice (optional)

    Method:

    1. Add all the ingredients to a blender.
    2. Blend it all together, pour it into a tall glass and top it with mixed nuts and seeds.

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    Winning Recipe: Homemade Almond Milk With Almond Butter

    A foolproof guide to making your own almond milk, get creative with almond butter to make a slighter richer and more delicious version of the drink.

    Ingredients:

    • 2 tbsp almond butter
    • 200 ml water 
    • Jaggery, maple syrup or any sweetener of choice (optional)

    Method:

    1. Begin by adding the almond butter, sweetener of your choice and 1/4th cup of water to a glass. 
    2. Using a handheld frother/whisk, blend till well incorporated. 
    3. Top it with the remaining quantity of water and blend it again till frothy. 

    The same process can be done in a blender too. Your nut milk is ready. Store it in the fridge for up to 3 days. You could use this nut milk to make lactose-free coffee or to soak your cereals, or blend it with a fruit of your choice for a delicious dairy-free smoothie.

     *The proportions can be adjusted to make a larger quantity of almond milk.

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    Winning Recipe: Nut Butter & Jam Roti Roll-Ups

    If you’re someone who loves sweet snacks over savoury ones, give this recipe a shot. In fact, these little roll-up snackables are perfect to put in a little dabba when you’re on the go. 

    Ingredients: 

    • Fresh rotis
    • Marzipan Nut Butter
    • Jam (optional)

    Method:

    1. Cook up some fresh rotis
    2. Spread some marzipan, or literally any choice of nut butter on them.
    3. Top with a layer of jam for that peanut butter and jam vibe
    4. Roll it in a cylinder and enjoy. 

    You can also enjoy this in bread instead of a roti.

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    Winning Recipe: Peanut Butter Ice Cream

    Love Nut Butters? Try These 5 Winning Recipes Submitted By TC46’s Insta Fam

    Do you really need a reason to have peanut butter ice cream? It’s like bringing two of the best things together. In fact, if you make this at home and use a zero-cal sweetener, you can have your cake (or in this case, ice cream), and eat it too.

    Ingredients: 

    • Few frozen bananas
    • 2 tbsp peanut butter
    • 2 tbsp almond milk
    • Jelly (optional)

    Method: 

    1. Peel your bananas and put them in a ziplock bag. Freeze them overnight.
    2. Add the frozen bananas to a food processor and blend until smooth.
    3. Add the peanut butter and almond milk and continue blending until smooth. 
    4. Toss in or top with pieces of jelly if you like.

    Winning Recipe: Cashew Coconut Butter Chiroti

    The flakiness of a chiroti is all we can think of as we salivate over this sweet delicacy. The fact that someone managed to give us a winning recipe for home cooks is the cherry on top. Of the list, this one’s our absolute favourite.

    Ingredients:

    • 1½ cup of all-purpose flour (maida)
    • ½ cup of chiroti rava or fine rava 
    • 3 tbsps of ghee
    • 3 tbsps of rice flour
    • Water as required
    • ½ tsp of salt 
    • Oil for frying
    • Cashew Coconut Butter

    Method:

    1. Take a bowl, add 1 tbsp ghee, and start whipping with your fingers until it becomes creamy. Next, add 1 tbsp rice flour, and whip again with fingers to form a uniform mixture. 
    2. Now add maida, chiroti rava, salt. Mix well with your fingertips to form crumbs. Add water a little at a time and prepare stiff dough.
    3. Rest this dough for 15 minutes. In the meantime prepare ghee – rice flour paste. Add 2 tbsp ghee into a bowl, and mix well using a spoon. Now add 2 tbsp rice flour, and mix well until it becomes creamy. Keep this aside for further use.
    4. Now make equal parts of the dough and prepare thin big rotis. Take one big roti at a time, and spread a little ghee-flour paste on the surface. Now place one more roti on the first and apply the ghee-flour mixture. The same way makes alternate layers of roti and ghee-flour paste.
    5. Make a tight roll of the roti. Cut them vertically into small bits. Now press this small dough so that you see concentric circles and roll it into medium-sized pooris.
    6. Heat oil on medium heat, and deep fry these chiroties. Pouring hot oil on top of these while frying. Fry on the other side until they turn slightly golden. Store in an airtight container and stays good for two days.
    7. Garnish with coconut butter or powdered jaggery. Tastes best with badam milk. 

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