3 Easy Ramazan Drinks Recipes To Make For Iftar
These simple recipes will make you feel energized right after you break your fast.
Every year in Ramazan, we often spend time looking for delicious recipes to fill our iftar tables with crispy fried dishes. And when it comes to drinks we resort to the same old flavored drinks.
However, flavored drinks have excessive sugar in them and end up making us feeling bloated. So, this year let’s focus on changing the drinks we choose to keep on our tables.
Here are 3 simple recipes to get your started:
1. Watermelon Detox Juice
If you want to clean your body of toxins right before you consume the food laid out in front of you then opt for this watermelon detox juice. It’s refreshing and perfect to beat the summer heat.
- Watermelon (5 cups chopped)
- Lemon (2 lemon)
- Mint leaves (for garnish)
- Add the chopped pieces of watermelon into the blender.
- Squeeze lemon juice on top and blend.
- Garnish with mint leaves.
2. Cucumber Lemonade
We all often make just plain lemonade but it’s time to change it up a bit for a more refreshing feeling. Add cucumber to the mix and feel yourself be instantly energized.
- Cucumber (1 large)
- Lemon juice (1/2 cup)
- Lemon Zest (1 tsp)
- Sugar (to taste)
- Water (6 Cups)
- Salt (3/4 tsp [optional)
- Chop cucumbers into small pieces, add water and sugar. Then blend till sugar dissolves.
- Sieve and pour the mixture into a deep-dish.
- Add rest of the ingredients in the blender and add the sieved cucumber juice as well.
- Blend till the mixture is smooth.
3. Milk Chiller
Milk is not a common sight on the iftar table but this recipe will change that because it’s delicious and soothing.
- Milk (1 liter for six members)
- Soft drink (half a bottle of 7up or Sprite)
- Ice cubes
- Dry fruits for garnish.
- Add all the ingredients in a blender and blend.
- Garnish with dry fruits and serve.