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Nimbu Pani ….Lemon water ;-)

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 🙂

Lemon Thirst Quencher  - Nimbu Pani

Lemon Thirst Quencher – Nimbu Pani

Preparation time:  5 minutes

Makes:  500ml

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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This entry was posted on October 14, 2015 by in Vegetarian.
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