The first time I made sprouted fenugreek mylk, I thought I wasn't going to get any!
I had made a small amount, just to sample the flavor. It wasn't even sweetened, but my little one kept asking for more!
I did manage to get a few sips in, and I'm happy I did. It's the perfect uncooked alternative to the original recipe.
The original is a warm, nourishing drink which was made from ground fenugreek seeds steeped in boiling hot non-dairy mylk. I mostly drank it unsweetened because I love that slightly bitter taste.
For those who like sweet drinks, warm fenugreek mylk tastes really good with honey too. It reminds me of those malted milk drinks I enjoyed as a child. Warm. Sweet. Nourishing. Mmmm...
I think this raw version of the drink would be nice with raw honey too. I haven't had a chance to try it out yet, but when we get more honey I will sample it for sure .
In the meanwhile, here's the recipe for sprouted fenugreek mylk.
Sprouted Fenugreek Mylk
Putting it all together:
I've written a herb profile for fenugreek in another post.
Once you tried this recipe, let me know what you think in the comments below.
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