Drinks and Refreshments Recipes In Urdu مشروبات

Drinks or beverages are liquids (usually other than water) that, in addition to serving the basic function of satisfying thirst, play an important role in human culture. For example, if you visit the home of your friend or relative and they don’t offer you a drink? Even if you are not thirsty, you may feel degraded. Isn’t it so?

In different cultures, people use different types of drinks to serve their guests. Meanwhile, the beverages are also used to kill heat in summer or get some extra calories in winter. Now a day, the soft drinks, like Pepsi and Coca Cola, have got global attention and are in use in almost every country of the world. But from the medical point of view, such carbonated drinks are injurious to health.

Hundreds of easy-to-prepare drink recipes are there which you can use to make tasty and nutritious beverages for yourself or the guests. They include Orange and Basil Juice, Lychee and Dill Juice, Almond Milk Thandai, Irish Coffee, Falsa Sherbet, Fruit Infused Tea, Avocado Lassi and Flax Seed Smoothie, etc.

Did you ever make Mint Lassi? It gives you the freshness of mint and can be prepared in just 10 minutes. Just take a jug or container and add 300 ml yogurt in it. Add two tablespoons of sugar and 1 teaspoon of mint and mix well. Add a few ice cubes. Use roasted ground cumin and fresh mint leaves to garnish it. Refreshing and healthful Mint Lassi is ready.

You may not have heard about Masalewali Chai, but many people love it. You need just 10 minutes to brew up a romantic cup of spicy tea made with the goodness of ginger and cardamom. To start with, heat some water and bring it to a boil. Add ginger and tea leaves and boil for a minute.

Prepare tea masala by grinding and mixing star anise, cinnamon, cloves and cardamom in equal quantities. Add ½ teaspoon of this masala into the boiling water. Add ½ cup of milk and 2 teaspoons of sugar. Let it come to a boil once again. Strain the tea into cups and enjoy.