Citrus Khus Cooler ( Party Drinks )

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Citrus khus cooler, chilled drinks are definitely cool, but they may not necessarily be cooling! on hot summer days, especially if you are going to be serving spicy food at your party, it would be ideal to have cooling drinks such as this one, at the mocktail counter! this combination of khus, kewra and falooda seeds makes a delicious drink with cooling properties. Always serve in a tall glass with lots of crushed ice, so your guests can enjoy this long drink to the fullest. Glass used: pitcher tall glass

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Preparation Time:     Makes 4 glasses
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4 tsp garden cress seeds
4 tbsp khus syrup
4 tsp kewra water
4 tsp lemon juice
4 tbsp crushed ice
4 bottles (300 ml) chilled carbonated
lemon drink (7 up , sprite or lemonade)

  1. In a bowl, combine the garden cress seeds and ½ cup water and soak for ½ hour. Drain and keep aside.
  2. Combine the khus syrup, kewra water, lemon juice and crushed ice in a cocktail shaker and shake well.
  3. Transfer this mixture in a pitcher, add the chilled carbonated drink and stir using a stirrer.
  4. Pour the drink into 4 individual tall glasses and serve garnished with soaked garden cress seeds.

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 on 26 Aug 12 09:49 PM