Friday, October 06, 2017

Roohafza Lemonade with basil seeds - Kids party drink

I was in a dilemma on to what to make for the final post of week 1: kids delight theme. There is a saying “Too many cooks spoil the broth “, likewise too many choices too spoil everything. I had around 4 dishes to select from with everything ready, but i settled for this simple yet colorful sherbet.
We tasted this in a friend’s birthday party and my lil one loved the striking red color of the drink. When I made this today, he was so thrilled and he remembered the party immediately.

We loved the drink as it was mild and the flavor of roohafza wasn’t too over powering. A best party drink especially with kids. Do try and let me know how you enjoyed it.

Ingredients 
2 tbsp subza/basil seeds
3 tbsp roohafza syrup 
2.5 cups of water (chilled water)
3-4 tbsp sugar (or to taste)
Handful of mint leaves
Juice of lemon
Lemon wedges form garnish (optional)
Method
  • In a bowl take the subza seeds add 1/4 cup of water and let it sit for 10 minutes for it to bloom well.
  • In a pitcher, add roohafza syrup, chilled water, bloomed subza seeds, sugar and lemon juice. Mix well to combine.
  • The subza will be clumped together so this mixing will help it to separate and also for the sugar to dissolve.

  • Add mint leaves to the sherbet, serve immediately garnished with lemon wedges or refrigerate it until served.

13 comments:

  1. That's an interesting drink Priya, I am sure kids will love that bright colour!

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  2. Rooh afza is such a soothing drink that is liked by all

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  3. Rooafhza takes me back to peak summers ! Dad would get carton full of these bottles . Like your version with sabza.

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  4. a delicious looking drink... definitely something kids would love and of course all roohafza lovers.

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  5. Love your lemonade version with the sabja seeds... I love Roohafza in cold milk than just like that...

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  6. Such a colorful drink! I am sure it is a hit with the kids.

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  7. Just love this drink very much, an excellent sumer drink.

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  8. I love it even now. Roohafza tastes yum in chilled milk too.

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  9. Its been ages since I drank Roohafza. Those were the growing up days. None of the fancy drinks available these days sound as good as our classic ones :)

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  10. Wow such a refreshing drink. I make it often at home

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  11. I will always remember the first time I had this at a Pakistani restaurant near my house and now it is one of my fave summer time drinks

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