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Lemonade Indian Style

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Lemonade Indian Style Recipe, Neembu Khatti , How To Make Lemonade Indian Style Recipe

Lemonade Indian Style is popularly called as the Nimbu Ka Sharbat in hindi. This is a very popular summer drink in India made with lime juice. It is very quick to make, an excellent drink for BBQ's and outdoor meals.All time favorite refreshing drink with lemon.

About Recipe

Nimma Pandu pulusu, ?Elumicham Pazham Kaipa Naranga kulambu, Lebur Kagi-Nebu thok

How to make Lemonade Indian Style

(192 ratings)
104 reviews so far
Prep time
mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
15 mins
Lemonade Indian Style
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : lemon
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 11, 2019


Ingredients used in Lemonade Indian Style
• Soda - 1 bottle.
• Pepper powder - pinch.
• Chat masala - pinch.
• Sugar - as required.
• Salt - half tea spoon.
• Lemon - 4 number.
• Mint - 1 spring.
• Cumin powder - pinch.
Method:
  • Take lemon squees out the juice in a bowl add sugar, salt, pepper, chat masala mix all this till sugar disolves.
  • Take a glass pour this mixture as needed then add soda to it or water.
  • Another method : Squeeze out juice in a bowl, take ding chik add mint leaves, salt, sugar, crush it add this mixture to lemon juice, add cumin powder mix well. pour this in a glass as needed add soda or water.





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brettsomers Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

Sanjay, if I was the boss at The TV Food Network, I would offer you your own show right now. What if all your fans sent emails to them to get them to see your videos? You are very good on camera. Your accent adds character and personality.

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ginadoro Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

seems be taste-i will make it also -thank you

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Pablo Zamora Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

loco is crazy :D i have to make one of those one day

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Pablo Zamora Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

and i know the pinkie at the end meant bathroom break lol. we used to do that wen i was in kindergarten

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cambridgemist Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

ding-chik....so cool! hhehe

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BeeRich33 Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

LOL Vah Chef walking the snake!

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Reluctantwriter7 Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

hehe loco means crazy in spanish. I guess he knew you liked your lemonade! I love mint lemonade, and basil lemonade too. So refreshing.

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mina122486 Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

LMAO pinky in the aiiiir hehehe looks yummy i will try this

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AbstractMan23 Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

i needed more than 2 tablespoons of the mixture to give good taste. VERY tasty and so simple to make! perfect summer drink. thank you chef.

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Dutzman Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

What kind of masala is that ? I wonder what is in it, and where I can get it.

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No1BRC Posted on Thu Jun 18 2009

It's "Chaat masala"... there's an article(inc. link to recipe) about it on Wikipedia. You should get it at any Asian Store, though. ~Dan

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iamac's Channel Posted on Fri Jun 19 2009

I think its just soda water

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