Distinguished Vegetarian Cuisine With Flavours From Around the World.
There are many times that we tend to forget the old classics which have served and quenched our thirst for thousands of years. I remember making this in litres during the scorching summer days in Mumbai. The only times I made this in South Africa was during the blistering hot days in January. I am never one to complain about the weather, to me different seasons – inspire different seasonings 😉 during the colder days I would add ginger and use boiling water. But to embrace and keep cool during this heat-wave, this is a very quick, and simple yet refreshing and thirst quenching summer drink.
So When life gives me Lemons…I just add RICE – SPICE or some ICE 🙂
Preparation time: 5 minutes
You will need:
500ml cold water
Squeeze of lemon fresh lemon juice
1-2 tbsp (15-30ml) sugar
½ tsp (2.5ml) salt
Few – fresh mint leaves roughly torn into pieces
Slices of lemon for serving
Ice for serving.
Here’s how 🙂
Combine all the above ingredients in a jug; accept the slices of lemon and ice. Stir well.
Serve with lemon slices topped with ice.
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