Pineapple Jal Jeera Recipe – Sweet & Sour Pineapple Drink

Jal Jeera is a refreshment drink served during summer which is a sweet and sour cumin water. This appetizing drink has different flavors added to make it sweet, spicy and tangy and is excellent for digestion. The Pineapple Jal Jeera Recipe is a twist to the original recipe with the addition of pineapple. If you looking for a Homemade summer drink, you should definitely give this drink recipe a try.

Serve Pineapple Jal Jeera during hot summer afternoons as a delicious refreshing evening drink along with snacks like Boti Masala Chaat or Banarasi Tamatar Chaat.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other homemade drink recipes that cools you down:

  1. Nongu Paal Recipe – Palm Fruit Drink
  2. Gooseberry Ginger Detox Health Drink Recipe
  3. Coconut Kewra Drink Recipe
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Dosakaya Pappu Recipe-Andhra Style Yellow Cucumber Dal

Dosakaya Pappu Recipe-Andhra Style Yellow Cucumber Dal is one of the most comforting and flavourful dal delicacy in Andhra cuisine. Dosakaya Pappu Recipe tastes very different and can be made very quickly with minimal ingredients. As the Yellow Cucumber/Dosakaya is somewhat bland in taste, it adapts the taste of all the seasonings you add to the dal, becomes flavourful and also gets cooked in no time.

Did You Know: Yellow cucumbers are very low in calories, have minimal amounts of fats and no cholesterol. They have very high water content and are know to have diuretic properties, and thus help in improving the kidney and bladder diseases. It is a tangy vegetable, which belongs to cucumber family. It is also an excellent source of Potassium and vitamin C. The skin is a good source of dietary fiber and has minerals such as silica and magnesium. It’s very good for diabetic patients.

Serve the Dosakaya Pappu with hot Steamed Rice along with a drizzle of ghee. It pairs perfectly with a Spicy Potato Roast Recipe (Urulaikizhangu Poriyal) and a crunchy papad.

Here are few more Andhra recipes with Dal to try

  1. Palak pappu (Spinach Dal) Recipe
  2. Moong Dal Rasam/Pesara Pappu Charu
  3. Andhra Style Pappu Charu Recipe
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Ginger Cardamom Chai -Spice Infused Indian Style Milk Tea

Ginger Cardamom Chai is a spice infused tea with a distinctive style of preparation and taste, and is made with milk. Chai has a warm spice note in combination with the heat and soothing properties from the warmed milk that make it very relaxing to consume.

This drink is incredibly simple to make and is the perfect drink for a cold winter day. Occasionally, I do crave for this age-old concoction, especially when I’ve caught a bad cold. It is also the best drink to enjoy on a rainy evening along with some hot spicy Indian snacks. Soothing for stomach cramps and also aiding digestion, this beverage is healing too.

Serve Ginger Cardamom Tea at a tea party, or enjoy it as an invigorating breakfast or tea-time beverage along with  Onion Vegetable BajjiOmapodi Mixture or Samosas.

Other recipes that you can try are:

  1. Masala Chai
  2. Kesar Malai Doodh
  3. Haldi Doodh
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Garlic Bread With Herb Butter Recipe

Nothing like a Warm Garlic Bread spread with a Herb Butter Recipe that can be served along with a hot bowl of soup for the winters. Stocking some Baguette or a French Loaf at home makes the winters really cozy and the food inviting for the family.

You can grate some cheese on this garlic bread and serve them as an after school snack. It is a great recipe to have along with any gravy based dish or as an appetizer to a continental meal.Give this really simple Garlic Bread With Herb Butter a try, your family will simply love it.

Serve the Garlic Bread With Herb Butter with Minestrone Soup during a weeknight dinner. Or serve with Grilled Vegetarian Moussaka Recipe With Soy Granules.

Other soup recipes that you can try are:

  1. Roasted Cauliflower and Carrot Creamy Vegetable Soup
  2. Lemongrass Tomato Corn Soup
  3. Curried Butternut Squash Soup
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