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During summers or otherwise, it’s important to keep the body well. Adequate intake of fluids keeps us physically as well as mentally active and the vital organs running optimally.
This recipe is for thandai – a cold, milk-based drink that is very popular in India during the summers. This one is made from kesar (saffron) and chandan (sandalwood paste), and it’s an excellent drink to have after long, tiring day at work. It’s refreshing, calms the body, and is full of essential nutrients!
Saffron – 12-15 strands Almonds - 100 g Sandalwood powder - 25 g Saunf (Fennel seeds) - 25 g Khus-khus (Poppy seeds) - 25 g Muskmelon seeds - 25 g Sooth powder (Dry ginger powder) - 1 tablespoon Black pepper - 1 tablespoon Gulkand (Rose petal preserve) - 100 g Sugar - 750 g Water – 4 cups
Your thandai concentrate is ready. Transfer into a glass bottle and store it in the fridge. This concentrate lasts for a month. Whenever you want to drink it, add 2 parts of cold milk or water to 1 part of the kesar-chandan concentrate. Stir well and serve chilled!
Sandalwood is a natural coolant. It helps bring down the body temperature. That’s why this drink is best enjoyed in summers. Sandalwood and saffron are extremely helpful in regulating the vatta and pitta in the body.
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