Flavoured soy milk is part of a traditional Chinese breakfast, served either hot or cold, usually accompanied by breads like steamed roll.
Flavoured soy milk is also used to make chilled beverages like milkshakes, smoothies etc.
It can also be used to make different kinds of dessert like ice-creams and mithais.
How to store flavoured soy milk, flavoured soya milk, flavoured soyabean ka doodh
Unopened soymilk bottles or Tetra Pak can be stored at room temperature. After opening, store the milk in the fridge and consume within a day.
Health benefits of flavoured soy milk, flavoured soya milk, flavoured soyabean ka doodh
Flavoured soy milk is nutritionally close to cow's milk. It naturally has about the same amount of protein (though not the same amino acid profile) as cow's milk. Most of the flavoured soy milk is hence fortified with calcium.
Unlike cow's milk, it has little or no cholesterol.
Flavoured soy milk also contains sucrose as the basic disaccharide, which breaks down into glucose and fructose. Since soy doesn't contain galactose, a product of lactose breakdown, soy-based infant formulas can safely replace breast milk in children with lactose intolerance.