Kairi ka Pani
by Tarla Dalal
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An excellent summer cooler. It is also called 'Panha' in most other regions of India. A delicacy made of boiled raw mangoes has an added zing of black salt, cumin and ginger powder.This Kairi ka Pani is a cool drink that is supposed to protect the human body from dehydration during the severe heat waves that hit the region during summer.
- Combine the raw mangoes and enough water in a deep non-stick kadhai, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 30 minutes or till they turn soft, while turning occasionally.
- Drain all the water, allow it to cool slightly, remove the skin of the mangoes and squeeze out the mango pulp.
- Transfer the pulp into a deep bowl, add the powdered sugar, cumin seeds powder, black salt, dried ginger powder and salt and mix well.
- Mash it thoroughly using a potato masher.
- Combine the raw mango mixture and 4½ cups of water in a deep bowl and mix well.
- Refrigerate for at least 1 hour.
- Pour equal quantities of the drink into 6 individual glasses and serve chilled.
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