Pineapple Celery Juice ( Cooking with 1 Tsp Oil)

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Regale your senses with the fresh scents and peppy flavours of pineapple and celery, highlighted with a pinch of black salt!

Pineapple gives this fibre-laden drink loads of iron and a good dose of vitamin C too, which improves the absorption of iron by your body. Celery contributes vitamin A to this cooling drink, which is a perfect treat on a hot summer’s day!

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Preparation Time:     Makes 5 glasses
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4 cups chilled pineapple cubes
4 tbsp finely chopped celery (ajmoda)
1 tsp black salt (sanchal)

  1. Combine the pineapple, celery and 2 cups of cold water in a mixer and blend till smooth.
  2. Transfer the juice into a deep bowl, add the black salt and mix well.
  3. Pour equal quantities of the juice into 5 individual glasses and serve immediately.

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Nutrient values per glass
EnergyProteinInvisible FatFibreVitamin AVitamin CIron
63 kcal 0.6 gm 0.1 gm 3.8 gm 73.8 mcg 45.4 mg 3.7 mg

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 on 28 Oct 15 02:59 PM

A drink which is untrained and thus high on fibre count.. Pineapple definitely is dominating here, but celery also has a hand in lending its contrasting flavour.. Moreover the black salt perks up the flavour further thus making it truly pleasing to the palate.