pista milkshake recipe

Pista Milkshake Recipe | How to make thick Pistachio Milkshake

What is Pista Milkshake?

Thick and smooth milkshake with the mild flavor of pistachio and subtle sweetness is Pista Milkshake. It is a rich milkshake but has been prepared without any ice cream. The method of pista milkshake recipe ensures that the maximum flavor of pistachio is extracted.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Pista Milkshake recipe

Pistachio: Soaked pista is required for the pista milkshake recipe. I like to use 1 and ½ tbsp of soaked pista for 1 glass of milkshake. You can use up to 1 tbsp.

Sweetener: I have used granulated sugar for the milkshake. 2 tbsp per glass is what I like to add, you can adjust as per your taste.

Flavoring: Pista has a very mild flavor. If any other flavor is added, there is a risk of losing the pista flavor. Therefore, I have just added little cardamom which complimented the pista flavor. Almonds can also be used. Saffron, at times, dominates the flavors. Therefore, I would recommend avoiding that. I have not used any essence or food coloring.

Thickener: Generally, pista ice cream or regular vanilla ice cream is used to make pista milkshake. However not always do we have ice cream in the freezer. In such situations, I use cornflour. It gives the desired texture to the milkshake.

Milk: I have used the regular dairy milk for this recipe.

Other milkshake Recipes

Just like pista milkshake, another dry fruit based milkshake on the blog is Badam Milkshake. Another interesting milkshake recipe is cake shake. These and many more milkshake recipes can be found on our milkshake hot collection. You can view it here.

How to serve Pista Milkshake?

Chilled pista milkshake can be served for a weekday breakfast. Make khamani and pista milkshake and complete the breakfast.

How to make Pista Milkshake?

1.This recipe makes 2 glasses of pista milkshake.

pista milkshake recipe

2.In a blender jar, add ¼ cup milk and 3 tbsp soaked pistachio (pista) and seeds of 2 green cardamoms.

pista milkshake recipe

3.Make a smooth paste. Keep aside.

pista milkshake recipe

4.Take ¼ cup lukewarm milk in a separate bowl. Add 1 tsp corn flour.

pista milkshake recipe

5.Make absolutely lump free. Keep aside.

pista milkshake recipe

6.Heat 1 and ½ cup of milk.

pista milkshake recipe

7.Add the prepared pistachio paste.

pista milkshake recipe

8.Next goes in the corn flour mix.

pista milkshake recipe

9.Sweeten it up with 3-4 tbsp sugar.

pista milkshake recipe

10.Let it simmer for 2-3 minutes. Switch off the flame and let it cool down.

pista milkshake recipe

11.Once it comes to the room temperature, blend it well.

pista milkshake recipe

12.Chill it by refrigerating or adding ice cubes and serve cold. Bon appétit!

pista milkshake recipe

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