Made a batch of this today so I can make the raw cinnamon rolls with the hazelnut pulp that's leftover from the milk-making process.
I processed the soaked nuts and dates with half the water, then slowly added the remaining water while the food processor was running. I then strained it in cheesecloth for just a minute and squeezed out everything I could, save for later (I have frozen mine for the weekend). Then I put it in the blender with the cinnamon and nutmeg and blended it just a bit more. I probably could've done it all in the food processor, but my blender was already dirty (I'd tried to blend all the water with the nuts first and it was like the blades were gummed up or something, they didn't whir.) so I finished it off in there.
I poured myself a glass and put the rest in a mason jar in the fridge. Yum yum.
I can see it being used in pancakes, waffles, a bowl of granola, in a glass with a cookie...
Got to try almond milk now, can't wait.
Two questions today:
1) Have you made any other nut milks? What were your results? Where will you use hazelnut milk (it sounds so luxurious, eh?!)?
2) I'm looking for a great salsa recipe, some for hot and some for not. We could consume more of it, but I don't like to buy it often and have not found "The One" for us. Can you suggest any?