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Badam Kheer to Balance Vata Dosha

Badam kheer is prepared and served specifically to soothe the body according to the prevailing climatic conditions. Blanching badam is hot water brings out their warming properties that prepare the body for winters. Badam is useful in treating vata dosha imbalance. Kairol paagal (Charole nuts) are small Indian nuts that provide warmth to the body.


  • 40 Badams (almonds) soaked overnight and peeled

  • 5 cups of milk

  • ¼ tsp of Elaichi (Cardamom)

  • 1 rounded tsp of Kairol Paagal (Charole nuts)

  • 1 pinch of Kesar (saffron)

  • 1 cup of sugar (to taste)

  • 1 tsp ghee


  • Soak kesar in 1 tsp of warm water for 10 minutes

  • Put the badam in a blender. Add a cup of milk. Blend until it turns into a smooth paste

  • Heat the remaining 4 cups of milk.

  • Add Elaichi once the milk boils. Add charole nuts, soaked kesar and blended badam.

  • Stir in the sugar and ghee.

  • Cook for 5 minutes on a low heat

  • Stir occasionally

  • Serve warm

People with dominant Kapha Dosha need to add a pinch of dry Adrak (Ginger) and eat this dish is moderation.

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