A non alcoholic summer drink recipe that’s yummy, fresh, healthy and kid friendly. Learn how to make this easy watermelon smoothie with a tangy Indian twist. Sugar and dairy free!
I simply love Watermelon! It’s the watermelon season and I am not getting enough of it already! Publix is running a buy one get one offer on watermelon chunks and I need that in my house every week. You can imagine the number of times I prepare fresh watermelon juice in my kitchen. I am lazy to get a whole watermelon and cut it, so I prefer these as its more handy and can be used immediately. That ways, whenever I crave to an easy fruit smoothie, I make my own watermelon cooler. It either makes it to my breakfast table or its there right next to my evening snack. I need this drink daily as its so refreshing, light and low cal. I was doing just good with this drink until I heard of a spiked version of it! Did you eyes lit up like mine did when I heard of this? Then read on.
It was a coincidence of sorts when one of my friend from Chicago called to chat and both of us were sipping watermelon juice at that very time. After a hearty laugh, we being avid recipe collectors, immediately exchanged our drink recipe with each other. After hearing her recipe, I felt mine was a straightforward recipe while hers had an edge. Made a mental note to self that I needed to try out her version very soon. She in turn loved my Oats & Veggie Mini Pancakes recipe that she saw on my Facebook page and told me that she was making it for breakfast the next day. You see, this is why I love talking to my family and friends so much. You never know when, where and what recipe is hidden in such conversations! Ever since I got this recipe to make watermelon drink, I have not gone back to mine. This drink is spiked with Indian spices.
I am sure you too want to know how to make this drink. So here it is. Having a good blender is essential in juicing. I am glad to have this blender in my kitchen and I whip up all my smoothies and fruit juices in this blender. In this blender, add watermelon chunks, roasted cumin powder, crushed pepper, black salt, turmeric powder and water/ice cubes. Blitz. No need to strain this juice. Some like to add lemon juice in it as well, but I didn’t. I liked it this way. Serve this drink chilled. You can also make this drink and store it for 2 days in the fridge. Indian Watermelon Cooler is truly the ultimate Summer Drink! This easy recipe is the perfect drink to cool you down on a warm summer day. Especially the way Florida seems to be in summers, I think I cannot do without this drink.
This juice is healthy, has anti oxidants, low in calories, sugar-free and vegan. Studies have shown that consuming watermelon regularly also aids in weight loss since it’s mainly water and fiber. This fruit based drink has a very different flavor in comparison to other fruit juices and that is why it attracted me and continues to amaze me. Include this drink in your diet and see what it does to you. It has the potential of becoming a staple at picnics and backyard parties everywhere. Watermelon is a delicious and nutritious treat. The next time you see a platter full of thick slices, go ahead and grab one. I am so glad that I spoke to my friend that day and discovered this wonderful recipe in return. Recipe exchange is such a cool way to get new and different recipes!
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- 1 cup watermelon chunks
- 1/2 tsp roasted cumin powder
- 1/2 tsp pepper powder
- 1 tsp black salt
- 1 tsp turmeric powder
- water/ice cubes as required
- In this blender, add watermelon chunks, roasted cumin powder, crushed pepper, black salt, turmeric powder and water/ice cubes. Blitz. No need to strain this juice. Some like to add lemon juice in it as well, but I didn't. I liked it this way. Serve this drink chilled.
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Watermelon Margarita Slush, Watermelon Popsicle, Tomato Jal Jeera, Lime Mix Drink , Fresh Mango Orange Summer Mocktail With Beets, How to make Cantaloupe Sweet Lassi, Indian Spiced Buttermilk Ice Pops, The Ultimate Detox Drink with Berries & Lime!, Raspberry Apple Lassi Recipe, Raspberry Mango Sunrise Smoothie and Spiked Plums & Strawberries Juice are some summer drinks that you can try this season!