Berry Kanji- a fruity spring delight



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"Berry Kanji is a fruity and flavourful twist to your favorite Desi drink."

Winters are a thing of the past as spring season has begun to bloom in full fervor. The beautiful flowers, windy weather, and bright sunshine are hinting at the hot, summery days to come. With the season change comes a range of delightful recipes made with ingredients available during this time. One such yummy recipe is the desi drink Kanji. The tangy mix of spices and flavors is a must-have in the spring season, especially at the festival of colors - Holi. Traditionally, Kanji is made with carrots, which are left to ferment for some time to get a uniquely pungent flavor. However, we have found a delicious Berry Kanji recipe - a fruity twist to the traditional drink - for you to try this spring season!


The sweet and refreshing berry finds itself being used in several recipes, whether it's a cheesecake or some smoothies. This Berry Kanji is a wonderful and tasty fusion drink that brings together the best of both worlds. The easy recipe only requires a couple of ingredients that are easily available in the Indian kitchen. Further, you can use any kind of berry for this Kanji recipe - be it blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, or even strawberries!


The must-have beverage during the summers and especially during the festival of Holi, Kanji is a fermented drink made with a host of spices to ensure a tangy taste. This recipe of Berry Kanji is made with frozen kanji mixed with spices and serve with mint and lemon wedge. Bring some tangy twist to your Holi party with this refreshing and tasty Kanji drink.


Ingredients To Make Berry Kanji:

50 Gram Frozen berry

2 Gram Hing

2 Gram Ajwain

5 Gram Black salt

5 Gram Salt

2 Gram Chaat Masala

For smoke Charcoal

6 buds Cloves

6 Nos Cardamom

5 Ml Oil

Few sprigs Mint

1 Nos Lemon


How To Make Berry Kanji:

 

1.Coarsely blend frozen berry in the blender.

2.Take a mixing bowl, add ajwain, black salt, salt along with chat masala and stir well.

3.Add water to dilute the mixture.

4.Take a ladle, heat up with oil add hing and pour it in mix. Stir well.

5.Take charcoal in a small bowl and put cloves, cardamom, and ghee for the smoke. Put in the bowl for the smoke.

6.Cover it with a lid.

7.Serve chilled with a sprig of mint and lemon wedge.


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