Mint Chaas | Summer Recipes | Pudhina Buttermilk

Mint Chaas | Summer Recipes | Pudhina Buttermilk

Mint chaas is the best coolant summer recipe. Its an Indian recipe to consume in afternoon to come over heat particularly in summer. This pudhina buttermilk is a flavourful , spicy and hydrated drink. So can we say its a full package to have in this summer?. Yes . Its best to serve as cold. And also with fresh veggies like carrot or cucumber. These combos make a good brunch as well.

Mint Chaas | Summer Recipes | Pudhina Buttermilk – Ingredients

Prep time : 5 mins | Yields : 2 glasses | Recipe Category :  Drinks & beverages 

Recipe Source : Own

Mint – 1 tbsp or 6 mint leaves

Thick Curd – 1 cup

Green chilli – 1 no

Ginger – 1 inch piece

Chaat powder – ¼ tsp

Salt – ¼ tsp or as required

Chilled Water – ½ cup

Method :

Take off  Mint leaves from its stem, wash thoroughly in water and keep aside.

Ingredients

  • Peel off ginger, wash both green chilli and ginger. Take a cup of thick and chilled curd.
  • In a small mixie jar, add mint leaves , green chilli and ginger. Grind it to a smooth paste using little curd.
  • Then transfer this to large jar, add remaining curd, salt, water and chat powder.
  • Grind for 40 secs to 1 min.
  • You will be getting a frothy  and flavourful chaas. Serve in glasses garnishing with mint leaves and sprinkle some chaat powder.
  • Notes:
  • If you use thick curd, add ½ cup of chilled water. If it is buttermilk, no need to add water.
  • The amount which i mentioned will yield 2 full glasses. Adjust the levels for the quantity you want to prepare.
  • If the chaas is too thick, you can add little more water.
  • Check out my other coolants here:
  • Tomato Lemonade
  • Lemon Ice tea
  • Fig Fruit milk shake
  • Lemon Mocktail
  • Mango banana smoothies
  • Watermelon drink
  • Guava lemonade
  • Sapota milkshake
  • Mint chaas
  • 2015-03-23 23:00:12
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  • Prep Time
  • 5 min
  • Prep Time
  • 5 min
  • Ingredients
  • Mint – Handful(1/4 cup-tightly packed)
  • Thick Curd – 1 cup
  • Green chilli – 1 no
  • Ginger – 1 inch piece
  • Chaat powder – ¼ tsp
  • Salt – ¼ tsp or as required
  • Chilled Water - ½ cup
  • Instructions
  • Take off Mint leaves from its stem, wash thoroughly in water and keep aside.
  • Peel off ginger, wash both green chilli and ginger. Take a cup of thick and chilled curd.
  • In a small mixie jar, add mint leaves , green chilli and ginger. Grind it to a smooth paste using little curd.
  • Then transfer this to large jar, add remaining curd, salt, water and chat powder.
  • Grind for 40 secs to 1 min.
  • You will be getting a frothy and flavourful chaas. Serve in glasses garnishing with mint leaves and sprinkle some chaat powder.
  • Notes
  • If you use thick curd, add ½ cup of chilled water. If it is buttermilk, no need to add water.
  • The amount which i mentioned will yield 2 full glasses. Adjust the levels for the quantity you want to prepare.
  • If the chaas is too thick, you can add little more water.
  • By Ranjani
  • Ranjani's Kitchen http://www.ranjaniskitchen.com/
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