Prep Time: 20 Min
– Mint leaves – 1 bowl – Mishri – 2 bowl – Black salt – 1 tsp – White salt – 1/2 tsp – Chaat Masala – 1 tsp – Roasted cumin powder – 1/2 tsp – Pepper powder – 1/4 tsp – Lemon juice – 1/2 bowl – Sabza Seeds – Boondi – Soda
Cook Time: 20 Min
To make the most refreshing Nimbu Pudina Sharbat, take one bowl mint leaves. Next step – into a grinding jar, add mint leaves and two ice cubes, and make a fine paste.
Next step – take 2 bowl of Mishri(sugar candy) and crush it well. Next step – place a pan on flame, add crushed Mishri, one bowl of water, and melt on medium flame.
After the Mishri melts & turns sticky, add the mint paste and mix well on high flame until thick. 6 – Next step – take a bowl, add 1 tsp of black salt, 1/2 tsp of white salt, 1 tsp of chaat masala, 1/2 tsp of roasted cumin powder, 1/4 tsp of black pepper powder, and mix well.
After the syrup turns thick, turn off the flame and let it cool. After the syrup turns cool, add prepared masala and 1/2 bowl of lemon juice and mix well.
Next step – filter the syrup with the help of a strainer. Now your Nimbu Pudina Sharbat concentrate is completely ready.
To prepare the sharbat, add ice cubes to the glass. Next step – add 2-3 tbsp of Nimbu Pudina syrup into the glass.
Next step – add chilled water and garnish it with a lemon slice and mint leaves. . Next step – add Sabza seeds in one glass, add Boondi in the second, and soda in the third glass.
Now your all types of Nimbu Pudina Sharbat's are ready, and you can enjoy them.