- 4 cup almonds
- 3-4 tbsp neutral flavored oil (optional)
Among all the spreads out there in the market, if you think that there’s none other like peanut butter, you haven’t tried almond butter yet!
Almond butter can usually substitute for peanut butter in recipes, and vice versawhile having similar nutritional elements. Apart from the nutritional benefits, it happens to be that there are a whole lot of recipes that gain from a little almond butter. Be it brownies or smoothies or soba noodles, almond butter summons a zing of flavor and a measure of protein to a many of your favorite dishes.
Almond butter is so versatile that it is used as a spread, as dips, in soups, in dressings and sauces andeven in desserts.Use a spoonful of almond butter to your morning oatmeal and get a unique richness and flavor.
Almond butter primarily is a rich protein source. Protein is vital for tissue repair and rejuvenation. Almonds, which happen to be the chief ingredient in almond butter, are a rich source of Vitamin E and magnesium, which contributes to the health of your bones. It also contains ample calcium and copper, which improves functioning of the nervous system. Almonds also help prevent cardiovascular diseases.
How to make Almond Butter
Note: you need an S blade to blend almonds.
Note: time taken to completely blend the almonds also depends on the size and strength of your blender