Thursday, April 26, 2018

Nannari Paal Sarbath | Milk Sarbath | Sarbath recipe

Nannari Paal Sarbath is a milk based sarbath flavored with nannari syrup.Nannari syrup is prepared from Nannari roots(Indian Sarsaparilla) and the natural coolant properties in it helps to cool the body during summer season. In India during summer vacation, there are lot of small sarbath stand or sugar can juice stand pop up around almost every corner of the street and i love the nannari sarbath from those stalls. It's so refreshing and really a thirst quencher on those hot days. 

Now coming to today's recipe, i haven't tasted this Nannari Paal Sarbath until i tried on my own. This Paal Sarbath is quite popular summer drink in Ramand district and i came to know about this recipe through blogsphere. Ever since i knew about this recipe, i have been preparing this sarbath a lot, it's so delicious and we both loved it so much.  Here in the recipe i have prepared the basic version of this paal sarbath but you can top it on with either fruits & nuts or  a scoop of your favorite ice cream. Before check out the recipe,if you want to know what i have prepared for past 3 days under "Street food" theme, here they are
Day 1 - Dahi Papdi Chaat
Day 2 - Bhel Puri
Day 3 - Jalebi

Nannari Paal Sarbath

Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 0 minsServes :
Recipe Category: Summer Drinks | Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Ingredients
Nannari Syrup - 2 tbsp
Milk - 1 cup(boiled and cooled)
Sabja seed - 1 tsp
Ice cubes - few

Procedure
First take the sabja seed in a bowl and add the enough water to immerse it, let it soak for 30 mins.Now take all the ingredients, in a glass add the nannari syrup and the sabja seed.Then add the milk, mix it well together until all combined. Top it with few ice cubes and it's ready to serve.Simple yet delicious Nannari Paal Sarbath is ready.
Notes:
  • Here i have used whole milk, but you can use reduced fat milk also.
  • No need to add extra sugar, the sweetness from the nannari syrup is enough.
  • Instead of sabja seed, you can use badam pisin too.
  • The sweetness from the nannari syrup varies from brand to brand, so add more or less as required.
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19 comments:

  1. This time on my Chennai trip I had this drink , I loved it . All this while even I had heard about it , but never tried it .
    It’s a delicious drink and you have captured it so well !

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    1. Haven't tasted this in chennai. Will look out when i'm in India next time. Thanks.

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  2. This is such a refreshing beverage for the hot summer days.

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  3. I had this drink in India during my last trip, this sarbath is just prefect to beat the heat. Those glasses of milk sarbath looks absolutely refreshing and tempting to the core.

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  4. Love milk sarbath.. Guess what even i prepared this but couldn't post as of now!! Beautiful clicks!!

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  5. I had this in Madurai and again at Trichy ! Love the flavours

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    1. Yeah, it has amazing flavor, Kalyani

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  6. Never knew we can mix this with milk. Actually amma has bought a big bottle of nannari sarbath. I will try this out. Super ma.

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    1. Sure, give it a try and let me know how you like it,Thanks Vidhya.

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  7. That looks like a delicious and refreshing drink on a hot summer day. I have never tried Nannari syrup, will have to look for it in Indian grocery.

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  8. I tried a similar version recently, but didn't know that this version exists. Yours with the sabja seeds look awesome..

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  9. Wow.. such a beautiful and delicious recipe.

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  10. Have not heard or tasted this sarbath but is looks very tempting and cooling.

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  11. Such a refreshing and tasty drink to beat the heat of summers.

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  12. wow such an amazing thirst quencher , nannari paal sarbath looks so yummy !! Perfect drink for the summer heat..fantastic recipe sandhiya :)

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  13. We regularly get the Nannari syrup during summer though I haven't combined with milk..those glass looks so good!

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