Sunday, 4 October 2015

Amla & Pomegranate Cooler

Summer is incomplete without chilled drinks and an anniversary party is incomplete without a welcome drink or cocktail. Though alcholic and non alcholic storebought beverages exists,nothing can beat the homemade healthy drinks. Here comes one among those healthy drink, a quick,easy breezy, an excellent body cooler and also hassle free cooler simply prepared with Amla. Usually i do simple juice with amla aka gooseberries,this time i want to make it something differently with the juice,hence i tried adding pomegranate pearls, soaked sabja seeds aka basil seeds. Trust me this cooler is an excellent drink to serve anyone whoever visits you. Amla dont dominate much in this drink, since pomegranate seeds sits for a while in prepared amla cooler, they gives a mild subtle flavor to this cooler.



In this cooler i used just pomegranate seeds,if you want to go for a combination of mixed fruits, dont ever hesitate a second, just go on. Seriously you can make a super cocktail with different fruits chunks soaked in sweetened amla juice. By the way, this excellent drink is going to be a part of this week's blogging marathon, as i picked Kid's delight - Anniversary Party. Its really hard to feed the healthy amla juice to kids, but honestly this cooler works awesome. When i served this cooler to my cousin's kids, they returned back their glasses completely emply, yes they just loved it, needless to say that this drink is approved as tasty drink by my cousin's kids.

Gooseberry Pomegranate Cooler, Summer cooler

7nos Amla/gooseberries
2tbsp Sabja seeds/basil seeds
Pomegranate pearls (as per need)
Chilled water or chilled Soda
Sugar or honey
A pinch of chaat masala

Remove the seeds and grind the amla with enough water as smooth paste.

Strain the paste and extract a thick amla juice.

Meanwhile soak the basil seeds in water to bloom.

Gooseberry Cooler, Amla Cooler


Take the amla juice, add enough sugar, chilled water or soda and mix well until the sugar gets dissolved. Now add the pomegranate pearls, let it sit for an hour in fridge (if you desire)

While serving add the basil seeds, chaat masala and serve.

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10 comments:

Usha Rao said...

Cooker is very freshing with a inviting with a layer of pink pomegranate pearls.

vaishali sabnani said...

Looks stunning ..the colors look pretty and definitely a very very healthy choice.

Varadas Kitchen said...

What an interesting combo! The dark layer at the bottom of the glass give it such a professional look!

Srivalli said...

Wow Priya..the clicks are looking stunning..what a lovely drink..

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

delicious combo!! looks so beautiful and love the dark color at the bottom of the glass...

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

Lovely color of the drink! Love the pomegranate pearls settled in the bottom.

sneha datar said...

A lovely drink and super cool too.

Pavani N said...

Very very interesting cooler with pomegranate seeds and amla.

Harini-Jaya R said...

Lovely drink for a summer evening.

Chef Mireille said...

wow - looks so inviting