Beat the heat

Aam panna

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Aam Panna or ‘Raw mango’s drink’ is a famous Indian drink which helps in resisting heat during summers. In our homes, it is usually served with “Pulav or Tahri” and is relished by kids and elderly alike. I...
Berries mocktail

Berries’ Mocktail

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin In this festive season, how about celebrating Christmas with a non-alcoholic freshly prepared juice? Since berries are in season, why not try out an easy mock-tail ? Yes pondering about these things, and then getting inspired from Vandana...
Refreshing

Virgin pineapple Mojito

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Summers have started and so our planning. 😉 Planning to visit places, to eat out or to drink some refreshing non-alcoholic tropical drinks. Such drinks add a kick to our usual dull life. They boost our system to...
Mango Mastani

Mango Mastani

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Mango Mastani is ready when ‘ “Mastani” Aam ho jaye ‘ !! 😀 When the flavorful summers call for a cool drink, try this non-alcoholic soothing shake. It is not only easy to make but with fresh mangoes...
masala Chhaach

Mint Masala Chhaach

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Ever remembered travelling from one galli(lane) to another for buying your Lehenga or Chudidar (Indian dress) with your mom in hot summer afternoon. Be it Mumbai, be it Jaipur or be it Delhi my mom never failed to...
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Strawberry shake

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Strawberries is the flavor which is loved equally by all genres and ages. So when the it comes to the taste of fresh strawberries, then U.S. is the word. Yes you will find here all sizes of strawberries...

Mango Shake

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Mango is the inevitable and most delicious boon of summers in India. Talking of mangoes, the simplest recipe I could recall of is that of mango shake. I still remember the hot summers of Mumbai, where I spent...

Strawberry Falooda

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin The word ” Falooda” brings faint memories in my mind when I had eaten my 1st falooda in my childhood(6 yrs old).My parents and my elder cousins had taken me to a fair and after visiting the fair...