Chiku Milkshake Recipe
Chiku is rich in calcium, phosphorus, and iron, and therefore keeps your bones strong. Chiku is endowed with minerals such as potassium, copper, iron, folate, niacin, and pantothenic acid which are good for many metabolic body activities.
Packed with electrolytes, Vitamin A and carbohydrates, sapotas are good for expecting, and even lactating mothers. If you're pregnant, a sapota can help to deal with morning sickness and dizziness. And because it helps in the production of collagen too, it keeps stomach related disorders at bay.
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- Chopped Chiku - 4
- A handful of ice cubes
- Chilled milk - 1.5 Cup
- Vanilla Icecream (If Available)
- Add chopped chiku in a blender jar along with little chilled milk. Blend together all the ingredients untill you get lump free puree.
- Adding little milk ensures that there is no lump left. Now add rest the milk & blend again.
- Once done, add icecubes & pour the shake in glasses and pour three spoon vanilla icecream over it.
- If you like a thick shake, you can simply blend chopped chiku in vanilla icecream & dilute it little by adding icecubes.