Top 5 Ramadan drinks recipes
It’s important to stay hydrated during Ramadan. Beside water, you can still acquire refreshment and hydration through a number of traditional and modern variations of delicious drinks.
Refreshing mulberry syrup
In your blender, combine 3 cups of fresh mulberries with 6 cups of water, 6 tbsp of sugar and the juice of 2 small lemons. Blend the whole until combined and serve after Iftar with a slice of orange cake.
Delicious Jallab drink
Blend ½ cup of seedless dates, 3 cups of cold water, 6 tbsp of raisins, 3 tbsp of caramel syrup and 1 tbsp of rose water in Ultrablend +. Pour in a jug or in bottles and chill until serving.
Yummy dates shake
Combine 1 cups of pitted dates with 2 cups of milk. Refrigerate overnight to soak up the dates then blend the next day until combined. Serve this creamy treat with chocolate cake!
Sweet Qamar Al Deen
Soak 400g of Qamar Al Deen in a medium bowl of water overnight in the fridge. The next day, blend the mixture with 1/3 cup of sugar until combined.
Mouthwatering Tamarind juice
Soak 300g of tamarind in 1L of water for 2 hours at least. Squeeze out the pulp and discard the seeds. Blend the remaining liquid in your blender with 2 tsp of rose water and sugar depending on your preference until combined.
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