citrus khus cooler recipe | lemon khus cooler with sabja | summer citrus khus cooler |
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citrus khus cooler recipe | lemon khus cooler with sabja | summer citrus khus cooler is a quick, no fuss drink with umpteen flavour packed ingredients. Learn how to make lemon khus cooler with sabja.
To make citrus khus cooler, Combine the khus syrup, kewra water, lemon juice in a deep bowl and mix well. Add the chilled carbonated drink and mix well. Pour the drink into 4 individual tall glasses and serve garnished with soaked falooda seeds.
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 lemon khus cooler with sabja, at the mocktail counter! This combination of khus, kewra and falooda seeds makes a delicious drink with cooling properties.
The khus syrup is impeccably sweet and its sweetness is balanced by the addition of lemon juice. The kewra water, on the other hand, adds a mouth-watering flavour to this citrus khus cooler. And the fizziness of the lemon drink makes it a great pick for kids too!
This summer citrus khus cooler pairs fantastically well with delicious snacks like samosa chips sandwich, paneer cheese balls or even a sumptuous chaat like moong sprouts and potato salli chaat.
Tips for citrus khus cooler. 1. You can soak the falooda seeds in advance and store them in the refrigerator upto a day. 2. The carbonated drink should be chilled as this drink has to be served immediately on making.
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- To make citrus khus cooler, combine the khus syrup, kewra water, lemon juice in a deep bowl and mix well.
- Add the chilled carbonated drink and mix well.
- Pour the drink into 4 individual tall glasses and serve garnished with soaked falooda seeds.
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What is citrus khus cooler made off? citrus khus cooler is made from 4 tsp garden cress seeds, 4 tbsp khus syrup, 4 tsp kewra water, 4 tsp lemon juice and 4 bottles (300 ml) chilled carbonated lemon drink (7 up , sprite or lemonade).
This is what falooda seeds (Sabza seeds, Subja, Basil seeds) looks like. The falooda seeds are basically basil seeds which are added to falooda drink or ice creams.
Clean the falooda seeds and remove dirt if any. Put the falooda seeds in a deep glass bowl. A bigger bowl is better as the seeds will swell up.
Add enough water to falooda seeds. Take 2 teaspoons falooda seeds to get 4 teaspoons soaked falooda seeds.
Make sure you stir the falooda seeds, else the seeds will rise to the top. The falooda seeds are basically basil seeds which are added to falooda drink or ice creams. The Falooda Seeds are optional since they don't really have a flavor, but they do add to the authentic look.
Cover and soak for 30 to 45 minutes.
This is what falooda seeds (Sabza seeds, Subja, Basil seeds) looks like after soaking. If there is excess water, drain it using a strainer. But ensure to not keep in the strainer for too long, else they might lose water and turn dry.
This is what kewra water looks like. Kewra water is an extract that is distilled from pandanus flowers. It is a transparent liquid, almost similar to rose water. Although pandanus trees grow almost everywhere in tropical Asia, kewra water is still mainly a Northern Indian flavouring that is not used anywhere else. In Western cooking, kewra water makes a fine alternative to the flower essences like rose or orange essence. It can be substituted with kewra essence, which is more concentrated.
This is what khus syrup looks like. Khus syrup when added to chilled water makes for a refreshing drink. Milkshakes and ice creams taste better with a generously serving of khus syrup.
To make citrus khus cooler | lemon khus cooler with sabja | summer citrus khus cooler | in a deep glass bowl put 4 tbsp khus syrup.
Add 4 tsp kewra water.
Add 4 tsp lemon juice.
Add the chilled carbonated drink.
Pour the drink into 4 individual tall glasses.
Top with soaked falooda seeds.
Serve citrus khus cooler | lemon khus cooler with sabja | summer citrus khus cooler | immediately.
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