Fig and Apricot Shake

Fig and Apricot Shake

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Fig and Apricot Shake is best had early in the morning for breakfast as your body conserves more nutrients at this time of the day. Packed with iron, fibre, calcium, vitamin A, natural sugar and protein, these dry fruits will provide you with energy and will also satiate your hunger.

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Fig and Apricot Shake recipe - How to make Fig and Apricot Shake

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     2Makes 2 glasses
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  1. Soak the figs and apricots in ¼ cup of warm milk for at least ½ hour.
  2. Combine the soaked figs and apricots (with the milk), remaining 1 cup of milk, ice-cubes and sugar and blend in a mixer till smooth and frothy.
  3. Pour equal quantities of the shake into 2 individual glasses.
  4. Serve immediately garnished with almonds.


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Nutrient values (Abbrv) per glass
Energy240 cal
Protein6 g
Carbohydrates29.8 g
Fiber1.9 g
Fat8.3 g
Cholesterol20 mg
Sodium26.1 mg

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Fig and Apricot Shake
 on 11 May 20 09:08 PM

if it would be In video form it would be better
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Tarla Dalal    You can visit our youtube page for videos.
11 May 20 11:24 PM
Fig and Apricot Shake
 on 11 May 20 09:05 PM

Fig and Apricot Shake
 on 15 Apr 20 05:52 PM

When fig and apricot was soaked in milk, milk became so thick like curd. I m confused whether milk has got spoilt. Can you clarify?
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Gopinath, the milk might be spoilt. The milk will become a little thick due to the fruits soaking up the water content from the milk. However, apricot and fig do not curdle the milk. Do try the recipe again and share your feedback.
16 Apr 20 01:15 AM
Fig and Apricot Shake
 on 15 Jan 14 08:01 AM

Excellent , Thank you very much