Apple Magic


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An apple a day keeps the doctor away, says the proverb and it's almost true. A dash of lime cuts through the sweetness perfectly and zips up the flavour. Apples are rich in vitamin C, so they help to boost the immune system and stave off winter colds and flu. Apples contain an enzyme called 'polyphenolase', which when comes in contact with oxygen produces coloured phenolic compounds that impart undesirable brown colour to the pieces. To prevent this, cut the apples just before juicing or simply squeeze lemon juice over the pieces.

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Makes 2 small glasses (300 ml).
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Ingredients

Method

    HOPPER / JUICER

    1. Juice the apple pieces.
    2. Add the lemon juice and mix well.
    3. Add some crushed ice in 2 glasses and pour the juice over it. Serve immediately.

    MIXER / BLENDER

    1. Blend the apple pieces using little water (if required) till smooth.
    2. Strain the juice using a strainer or a muslin cloth.
    3. Add the lemon juice and mix well.
    4. Add some crushed ice in 2 glasses and pour the juice over it. Serve immediately.
    Nutrient values per glass
    EnergyVitamin CCarbohydrateFatFibreProtein
    252 kcal.7.1 mg.57.1 gm.2.2 gm.4.3 gm.1.0 gm.
    RECIPE SOURCE : Healthy JuicesBuy this cookbook
    3 reviews received for Apple Magic
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    Leena_DhootDecember 05, 2010

    Its truly a great recipe for making your health better, not just for pregnant women, but even otherwise! Its pleasant to taste and very filling. thanks.
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    Reviewed December 05, 2010by Leena_Dhoot

    Its truly a great recipe for making your health better, not just for pregnant women, but even otherwise! Its pleasant to taste and very filling. thanks.

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    Reviewed September 05, 2013by n_katira

    Freshly squeezed lemon juice with apples gives a delightful drink rich in vitamin C and fibre.

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    Reviewed December 26, 2011by Eat to live

    Nice juice. I found it to be too sweet.. so when i made it second time,i added carrots and skipped the lemon juice.

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