Jaljeera is a refreshing Indian drink made using fresh coriander, mint and roasted cumin powder.
CUISINE: Indian 🇮🇳
📍 1/2 cup Fresh mint leaves
📍1/2 cup Fresh coriander leaves
📍1/2 inch Ginger
📍2 tbsp Lemon juice
📍1/2 tsp Roasted cumin powder
📍1/4 tsp Hing
📍2 tsp Black salt
📍2 tsp Salt
📍1/4 tsp Black pepper powder
📍1 tsp Sugar
📍2 tsp Dry mango powder
📍1 tbsp Tamarind pulp
📍4 cups Water
METHOD 📍Wash the mint and coriander leaves.
📍Blend them with ginger in a blender to make a smooth paste.
📍Add 1/2 cup water while grinding.
📍Transfer the paste in a big bowl.
📍Add all the remaining ingredients and mix well.
📍Refrigerate for 3-4 hours before serving.
📍It is important to keep Jaljeera for a few hours before serving for the flavors to develop.
- Recipe by House of Tatsy Recipies
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