Thursday, July 26, 2007

REFRESHING THIRST QUENCHER

Citrus Khus Cooler


CITRUS KHUS COOLER

This combination of khus, kewra and falooda seeds makes a delicious cooling drink for the summer. Always serve in a tall glass with lots of crushed ice.

Cooking Time : Nil.
Preparation Time : 5 mins.

Makes 6 tall glasses.

6 tablespoons khus syrup
6 teaspoons kewra water
6 teaspoons lemon juice
6 teaspoonsfalooda seeds
6 bottles (200 ml. each) lemonade crushed ice

1. Soak the falooda seeds in 2 cups of water for 1 hour.
2. In a tall glass, pour 1 tablespoonp of khus syrup, 1teaspoon of kewra water and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Pour in one bottle lemonade.
3. Top with the falooda seeds and crushed ice. Repeat for the remaining glasses.
4. Serve immediately.


Recipe
Source : Party Cooking


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6 comments:

Poonam said...

That looks so refreshing....Can't wait to have a sip!

Rajeshwari said...

Namaste Tarlaji,
i'm on your blog for the first time. the cooler looks really COOL,but i don't know what falooda seeds are. where can i get them,thanks,

Tarla Dalal said...

Dear Rajeshwari,

Thank you for the appreciation. Falooda seeds/ Subza (Garden cress seeds) is a type of seed that is locally available. It is black in colour almost the size of sesame seeds (til).
It just needs to be soaked for 1 hour in water before using it in recipes. It soaks water and swells a little. You can add it to milkshakes, falooda, sherbets or can make kheer or porridge out of it.
You can see falooda seeds floating in the citrus cooler (displayed image).

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Mansi Desai said...

khus and kewra go well together! beautiful combination!