March 20, 2013

Watermelon Juice recipe - kalingad juice - how to make watermelon juice

Watermelon juice recipe - Summer has started here. It is very hot both inside and outside the house. We feel like drinking  more liquid than eating. In such a situation we rely on fresh fruit juices rather than anything else. The juice made with fresh watermelon and little sugar is an ideal drink to refresh and quench the thirst. I made this juice without any added water in it. 


 Watermelon Juice recipe.

Preparation time 10 minutes
Serves 2

Ingredients 
1/2  watermelon / Kalingad
2 tsp sugar
A pinch of salt (optional)
A pinch of pepper powder (optional)

Method 

Watermelon Juice recipe.
  • Wash and  pat dry the watermelon. Keep it  in the fridge for about 3-4 hours.
  • While making juice, remove it from the fridge and cut it into halves.
  • Take one  portion of the watermelon and  cut it into large sized  pieces.
  • Remove the seeds and chop the red portion of the watermelon. Put the chopped red portion into a mixer.  Grind it into a smooth juice.
  • Strain the juice using a strainer. Remove the coarse watermelon paste stored in the strainer, put it in the same mixer jar, using little juice, grind the coarse paste again and mix it with the strained juice.
  • Now  add 2 tsp of  sugar and  mix well. 
  • Pour the watermelon juice in glasses. 
  • Sprinkle a pinch of salt and pepper powder if you like it. 

15 comments:

  1. Wow...lovely colour...

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  2. Love this ever...
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  3. Looks very refreshing.....

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  4. Very cool and refreshing, perfect for the coming hot summer days.

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  5. what a lovely colour...refreshing drink...

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  6. nice color and healthy juice

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  7. this looks absolutely gorgeous...

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  8. It is so refreshing a drink Vidya :)

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  9. I want a huge glass of this refreshing juice,love it.

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  10. Loved the colour of this juice. Yummy, a real thrist quencher!

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/03/picnic-chicken-curry.html

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  11. Looks refreshing... Best for hot summers :-)

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