In this month of Holly Ramdan as we know that it’s going to be hot, it’s going to be stuffy. But there is no need to worry because we have top ten traditional and favorite drinks which make you cool and chill in this hot weather. As the temperature rise, you must choose a drink from our list and get chilled in Sehri and Aftaari. In our list most favorite drinks are available for ramdan.
Sattu is one of the favorite drink of hot climate area in South Asia especially in Pakistan. Mix barley seeds with water and sugar or run to the nearest street vendor – whatever you choose to do, this drink is your best choice in a hot day. You can substitute water with milk or spice it up by adding fruit and lemon. The recipe for Sattu varies for each region but the end product still remains perfect.
In our hoses zeera is normally used in different species meals for tarka. Put it to good use and whip up this majestic thirst quencher. You won’t be disappointed and enjoy this perfect drink.
Falsa is an excellent fruit native to South Asia. Blend some fresh falsa with ice, water, maybe sugar to taste, and a bit of black salt( kala namak) for that extra kick of flavor.
Green tea is a type of tea that is made from Camellia sinensis leaves that have not undergone the same withering and oxidation process used to make oolong and black tea. This tea is originated in China, but its production has spread to many countries in Asia. Several varieties of green tea now exist. A cup of green tea make you liter after Iftaari.
Mango Shake is one of the best fruit drink in summer in Pakistan and India. As we know Mango is called the king of fruits. This shake is very simple to make. Just take pieces of mango, Milk, sugar and ice blend them well and having a chilled Mango Shake. In this Ramdan this Shake makes you happy in Iftaar.
MILK SHAKE (APPLE & BANANA)
Fruit milkshakes or smoothies are very popular in Pakistan. Try this easy apple and banana shake recipe for a light and nutritious snack or as part of an iftaar meal during Ramdan.
Lemon Drink is well known as Lemo Pani (shakanjbeen) in Pakistan. This is very simple drink, easy to make. Just have some lemon, water, ice, sugar and salt mix them and have a refreshing drink in this Ramdan.
BADAM KA SHARBAT ( ALMOND JUICE )
Badam Sharbat is also called Almond Juice. Making of this drink is so simple just getting some almonds, soaking them in water overnight and then cooking them up with sugar, green Ilaichi and spices for an excellent drink for Iftaar.
Dhoodh Soda is a mix of milk, sugar, and soda of various flavors. However, in the older milk shops, 7Up and Sprite is usually mixed with milk and lots of ice to make Dhoodh Soda. In this Ramdan you must have Dhoodh Soda in your Aftaar meal which make your thrust away and chilled you with a single glass of Dhoodh Soda. it is consider favorite drinks in summer and ramdan.
Lassi is a popular traditional yogurt-based drink from the Indian Subcontinent. It is a blend of yogurt, water and salt or sugar. Traditional Sweet lassi, however, contains sugar or fruits, instead of spices. Salted mint lassi is highly favoured in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Less common is lassi served with milk and topped with a thin layer of clotted cream. Lassis are enjoyed chilled as a hot-weather refreshment, mostly taken with lunch. In Pakistan, salted lassi ( kachi lassi) is often served with almost all kinds of meals, and is mostly made at home by simply whisking salt in yogurt and water. If you have a glass of lassi in Saheri you feel fresh in all day of Roza. Lassi is considered one of the favorite drinks in Pakistan.