Express chestnut milk

makes 500ml

1 good tbsp of chestnut flour
500 ml of water
4 drops of nut oil

In a pan, mix the flour and water and bring it to boil. Lower the heat so that it’s still simmering and cook for three more minutes. Sieve through a cloth add the nut oil. Let aside to cool down.

Comment Adding the oil permits to avoid a bit that the milk separates into a floury part and water. You’ll still have to stir before serving but much less than before and it gives a little nutty taste. Do avoid olive oil or sunflower oil.
The other thing is that I realised that I like this little greasy taste you have in milk. And this is the way I found it back.


2 Responses to “Express chestnut milk”

  1. Rice flakes for a express rice pudding « Experiments in dessertarian cooking Says:

    […] the evening I arrive there’s few possibility to go shopping, and this is how I came up with chestnut milk or soya milk made out of flour. And I realised that with a few drop of nut oil I could find this […]

  2. Rice pudding with dried fruits « Experiments in dessertarian cooking: Recipes Says:

    […] pudding with dried fruits December 10, 2008 — Zoé 1 cup of rice flakes 1 cup of chestnut milk 1 cup of vanilla soya milk (here I used the version with flour, here is for a version from soya […]

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