khus ka sharbat recipe | khus ka summer drink | Mughlai khus ka sharbat |
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khus ka sharbat recipe | khus ka summer drink | Mughlai khus ka sharbat is a cooling drink to beat the heat. Learn how to make khus ka summer drink.
To make khus ka sharbat, combine all the ingredients in a deep bowl and mix well. Pour equal quantities of the drink in 6 individual glasses. Serve immediately with ice cubes.
A brilliant green drink prepared with ingredients such as khus, kewra, lemon juice and falooda seeds provides a truly cooling experience. All you need to prepare in advance is falooda seeds. You can soak them and refrigerate them. The Mughlai khus ka sharbat can be assembled just before serving.
The lemon juice gives the drink the required tanginess and the falooda seeds provide just the right amount of substance in khus ka summer drink. The kewra water, on the other hand, adds to the flavour of this drink.
Tips for khus ka sharbat. 1. Buy the readymade khus syrup for this recipe. It is available in most supermarkets and grocery stores. 2. The syrup has the correct proportion of sugar, so there is no need to add extra sugar while making the drink. 3. Kewra water can be substituted with kewra essence, which is more concentrated. 4. If you wish, you can make the drink and chill. But then add the soaked falooda seeds. Soak the falooda seeds and refrigerate them too. Add them just before serving.
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- To make khus ka sharbat, combine all the ingredients in a deep bowl and mix well.
- Pour equal quantities of the drink in 6 individual glasses.
- Serve immediately with ice cubes in each glass.
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What is khus ka sharbat made off? khus ka sharbat is made from 4 simple ingredients which are 6 tbsp khus syrup, 6 tsp kewra water, 6 tsp lemon juice, 6 tsp soaked falooda seeds (subza) and chilled water.
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 3 teaspoons falooda seeds to get 6 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.
Is falooda seeds expensive and difficult to buy? Sabja is cheap and easily available at any Indian kirana and costs Rs 50 for 100 grams.
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.
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.
In a deep glass bowl put 6 tbsp khus syrup.
Add 6 tsp kewra water.
Add 6 tsp lemon juice.
Add 6 tsp soaked falooda seeds (subza). Please see above on step by step method of soaking subza.
Add 6 cups chilled water.
Pour into 6 glasses. Top with ice (optional).
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