Spice India - Indian Restaurant - in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

100/2A1 Tran Hung Dao str, Pham Ngu Lao ward, Dist. 1, HCM

Phone: 02866763784 - 076 44 99 825

  • Spice India - Indian Restaurant - in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Spice India - Indian Restaurant - in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City


Mystery in Indian drinks


At first glance, it looks like nothing special, but when you know the recipe, you will definitely want to try it!

1. Lassi

As a perfect cooling drink, Lassi is not only famous in India but also in neighboring countries in South Asia such as Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh ... Made from a mixture of yogurt with water and herbs or Indian aromas, traditional Lassi have a salty and characteristic aroma from cumin

Today, Lassi has become popular in many parts of the world. However, most people know Lassi with its cool, not salty taste like traditional Lassi. Sweet lassi is blended with yogurt with sugar, fruit, rose water ... instead of spices, herbs. Indians often enjoy Lassi during lunch to dispel the fatigue of the hot summer day.

2. Thandai

Thandai is associated with Holi color festival and is a traditional drink of India. The recipe is picky: crushed almonds with fennel seeds, watermelon seeds, saffron, rose petals, add pepper, cardamom spice powder, milk and sugar. Ly Thandai not only has a beautiful color, but also has a fragrant rose fragrance!

3. Jal-Jeera

This is a drink with a long history, today Jal Jeera (also known as Jaljira) is still an indispensable drink in Indian cultural events and festivals. Jal Jeera is also the name of the powder that creates a unique flavor for this drink.It is made from Indian cumin, ginger, black pepper, mint, black salt, fruit flavor, chili powder. that becomes.

Jal Jeera's recipe is simply lemon juice with Jaljira powder but popular with people here. Indian cumin, black salt works well with the gastrointestinal tract, mint helps clear heat, repel the summer heat. This drink is sometimes used as an appetizer to "wake up" the palate of diners.

4. Sh ikanjvi

As a "version" of Indian lemonade, Shikanjivi has a very special taste, quite picky people drink. In addition to common ingredients such as lemon juice, ginger, ice and water, Indians also add more spices such as salt, Indian cumin, crushed saffron ....

5. Aam Panna

Aam Panna has a cool, light blue color and is a perfect combination of green mango, sugar and spices. Not only that, Aam Panna is also very beneficial to human health.
Aam Panna is an effective drink for people suffering from heat and sun exhaustion, quenching thirst, reducing salt and iron loss due to excessive sweating in summer. This drink is high in vitamins B1, B2 and C, which also adds resistance to the body to cope with the heatwaves in India.

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