Iced Jaljeera Recipe | Healthy Juice | Yummy Food Recipes By, 2015-09-28 Iced Jaljeera Recipe | Healthy Juice | Yummy Food Recipes Try Spicy Jaljeera Juice at your home as it is considered as Indian cooking drink and also as an appetizer. It is quite famous in North India. Have a look at the recipe. Prep Time: 25min Cook time: 20min Ingredients: ¼ cupMint leaves,Blacksalt,½ cupCoriander leaves,1 teaspoonGinger,lemon sizedTamarind,1 teaspoonLemon juice,3 teaspoonsSugar,1 cupWater,4 cupsCold water,¾ cupCumin seeds,½ teaspoonBlack pepper corns,¼ teaspoonFennel seeds,2Cloves,1Black cardamom,1 teaspoonBlack salt,½ teaspoonRock salt,½ teaspoonDry mango powder, Instructions: Dry roast cumin seeds on low flame for about 4 minutes Remove them from pan and keep them aside Dry roast fennel seeds for 3 minutes and keep them aside Dry roast cloves, black cardamom and black pepper corns for about 2 minutes and set them aside Once the spices are cool, grind them to a fine powder along with black salt, dry mango powder Grind the coriander leaves, mint leaves and ginger Add a cup of water to it and grind to a fine paste Strain the liquid and keep strained juice aide Add cold water to the strained juice and mix well Add tamarind extract, sugar water and lemon juice to it Stir them well and 2 tablespoons of jal jeera powder to the liquid mixture If the jeera is too tangy, then add more water to it. Adjust accordingly Pout the water in to tall glasses and garnish it with boondi. If you require the juice more tangy, then add tamarind or dry mango powder to it. You can refrigerate jaljeera for a couple of days. Health Benefits of Jaljeera -Neelima

Jal Jeera Recipe for Summer

Jal Jeera Recipe for Summer

JalJeera Drink is a refreshing ayurvedic energy drink that best suits for summer in India. All you need a tall glass of Jal Jeera Liquid to get rid of hot summer. Have a look at easy preparation of Jaljeera Juice.

Ingredients

  • ¼ cupMint leaves
  • Blacksalt
  • ½ cupCoriander leaves
  • 1 teaspoonGinger
  • lemon sizedTamarind
  • 1 teaspoonLemon juice
  • 3 teaspoonsSugar
  • 1 cupWater
  • 4 cupsCold water
  • ¾ cupCumin seeds
  • ½ teaspoonBlack pepper corns
  • ¼ teaspoonFennel seeds
  • 2Cloves
  • 1Black cardamom
  • 1 teaspoonBlack salt
  • ½ teaspoonRock salt
  • ½ teaspoonDry mango powder

Directions

  • Dry roast cumin seeds on low flame for about 4 minutes
  • Remove them from pan and keep them aside
  • Dry roast fennel seeds for 3 minutes and keep them aside
  • Dry roast cloves, black cardamom and black pepper corns for about 2 minutes and set them aside
  • Once the spices are cool, grind them to a fine powder along with black salt, dry mango powder
  • Grind the coriander leaves, mint leaves and ginger
  • Add a cup of water to it and grind to a fine paste
  • Strain the liquid and keep strained juice aide
  • Add cold water to the strained juice and mix well
  • Add tamarind extract, sugar water and lemon juice to it
  • Stir them well and 2 tablespoons of jal jeera powder to the liquid mixture
  • If the jeera is too tangy, then add more water to it. Adjust accordingly
  • Pout the water in to tall glasses and garnish it with boondi.

If you require the juice more tangy, then add tamarind or dry mango powder to it. You can refrigerate jaljeera for a couple of days.

Health Benefits of Jaljeera

-Neelima

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