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Soaked Badam



Soaked Badam is a healthy and nutritious way to consume almonds as soaking improves digestibility and improves nutrient absorption. They are high in protein, fiber, and healthy fats. It is usually made by soaking almonds overnight in water and then peeling off the skin. The almonds can then be eaten as is or added to other dishes such as salads, curries, and desserts.

Macronutrients Breakdown

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Get the best of both worlds - the taste you love and the health benefits you need - with Soaked Badam

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raw badam (almonds)

1 cup


1 cup


1 teaspoon

cardamom powder

1 teaspoon



Step 1:

Soak the badam in water for at least 8 hours or overnight.

Step 2:

Drain the water and peel off the skin of the badam.

Step 3:

In a blender, add the peeled badam, sugar and cardamom powder.

Step 4:

Blend the mixture until it forms a smooth paste.

Step 5:

Serve the Soaked Badam as a snack or dessert. Enjoy!

Did you know?

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How many users have tracked it?

We've got some serious foodies in our community! 46311 users have chowed down on Soaked Badam a whopping 167093 times.

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Where was it consumed the most?

Hungry much? These cities certainly are! Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Indore, Lucknow are the top 5 cities gobbling up Soaked Badam like there's no tomorrow.

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When was it eaten the most?

When it comes to Soaked Badam, our users are head over heels in november, but the interest cools down in january.

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Who preferred this food the most?

It's official: Soaked Badam is the food of choice for 24-27 female, with people of >40 BMI also on board.

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