Badam or Almonds are eatable seeds developing on the ‘Prunus Dulcis’ tree ordinarily known as the almond tree. Badam is local of Middle East and South Asia however by and by United States is the biggest maker of almonds in the World. In India Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and the mild locales are regions with the largest cultivation of badam.
You can consume badam as a healthy snack during the day or it very well may be blended in sweets like kheer, custard or as a powder blended in milk to make scrumptious badam milk. You can utilize whitened almonds for decorating cakes, treats and sweets.The most ideal approach to expend badam for ideal advantages is to soak them overnight and eat with the skin peeled.
Badam is a nut that can boast a great dietary benefit being wealthy in proteins, calcium, fiber, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3 and Vitamin E. They have normally low sugar content and are without any undesirable fats. Utilization of badam all the time gets in shape and avert heart infections. It advances gastrointestinal wellbeing with unequaled advantages for your skin and hair. Badam has a long history of promoting brain health and improves memory.
How to Store
Store shelled almonds in a tightly-sealed container in a cool, dry place away from exposure to sunlight. Keeping them cold will further protect them from rancidity and prolong their freshness. In the refrigerator, almonds will keep for several months; while in the freezer, they can be kept for up to one year.