Dry Fruit Thandai

Dry Fruit Thandai

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Divyansh gupta
Divyansh gupta
221
Calories
Kcal
7
Protein
gm
9
Fat
gm
28
Carbs
gm
cookingtraditionicon
North Indian
veg
Veg
recipepreparationtime
00:20

Dry Fruits Thandai is a traditional Indian beverage popular in North Indian states of UP and Rajasthan and made especially for the festival of Holi. It is quite refreshing to drink and is loaded with some rich ingredients like dry fruits, seeds, and saffron.

Ingredients

  • listcheck10 - 12 Almonds
  • listcheck10 - 12 Cashew Nuts
  • listcheck25 - 30 Black peppercorns
  • listcheck10 - 12 Cardamom
  • listcheck1 tsp poppy seeds
  • listcheck1 tsp Fennel seeds
  • listcheck1 tsp melon seeds
  • listcheck3 cups milk
  • listcheck1/4 cup sugar
  • listcheck1 pinch saffron soaked in tbsp milk
  • listcheck1/2 tsp Rose water
  • Method

  • Step-1
    Soak almonds, cashew nuts, peppercorns, raisins, cardamom, poppy seeds, fennel seeds, and melon seeds in 1 /2 cup water for 5 - 6 hours.
  • Step-2
    Strain the water and grind the soaked ingredients in a blender to make a smooth paste.
  • Step-3
    Add little milk if required.
  • Step-4
    Add the remaining milk.
  • Step-5
    Pass the mixture through a soup strainer.
  • Step-6
    Add sugar, saffron soaked in milk and rose water and mix till sugar is dissolved.
  • Step-7
    Pour the thandai in serving glasses.
  • Step-8
    Garnish with rose petals and dry fruit slivers.
  • Step-9
    Serve chilled.
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