Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Aam Ka Panha

Its Burning Hot these Days!!!! Hows it all at ur place???? 
The weather is so that I want plenty of water every day.... Nd there is a bottle of water in every room :D ( lazy to go nd take it from kitchen U C ...:P). I m making varities of juice,milk shake nd crush these days nd we relish it every time we r thirsty.... So some weeks back i decided to make a big bottle of Aam Ka Panha nd store it in the fridge then it striked y not do the squash so that u can mix it and enjoy for months (it stays for a long time).
I love to relish this ne time of the day and it has become one of our Fav's
So without much a do lemme start with the recipe for the squash:
It makes around 2 Ltrs of Panha Squash.
I made 1.5 ltrs of Aam Ka Panha Squash and remaining 0.5 ltrs i added Crushed Pudina leaves( A handful)


We Need:
2 Large Raw Mango Peeled, deseeded and Cut into cubes (if u get the medium sized mangoes use 4 of them)
2 cups sugar
1 cup water

Now Drop all the mango cubes into pressure cooker, Add 1 big cup of water and boil for 10 minutes i.e 3 whistles in the cooker. ( In Sim flame ).
In another vessel add 2 cups of sugar and 1 cup of water and make a syrup. ( shud get a very good bubble boil this helps to store the squash for a longer time).
When the mangoes have completely cooled down( it shud be into a mashy stage then its done) blend it very well so that no cubes or lumps remain( can use mixer grinder or electric blender). 
Add this puree to the boiling sugar syrup and boil it for 5 minutes and switch of the flame. Add water to make it little thin (Approx 1 cup)
When it completely cools down pour the squash in a Airtight bottle and store in the Fridge.
How to mix the squash to make Panha:
Take 1/4th Glass of Mango squash Add  2 Pinches of roasted cumin powder, 1/4th tsp black salt. Mix well with chilled water. Stir well and serve.
Black Salt Gives Super Taste to the Panha...  Photobucket

Tastes Yum Yum  when u add lozza love in it

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