Nimbu Pudina Sharbat Recipe 

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


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Step 1

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. 

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Step 2

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. 

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Step 3

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. 

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Step 4

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. 

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Step 5

Next step – filter the syrup with the help of a strainer. Now your Nimbu Pudina Sharbat concentrate is completely ready. 

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Step 6

To prepare the sharbat, add ice cubes to the glass. Next step – add 2-3 tbsp of Nimbu Pudina syrup into the glass. 

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Step 7

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. 

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Step 8

Now your all types of Nimbu Pudina Sharbat's are ready, and you can enjoy them. 

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