Thursday, April 4, 2013

Summer Special Series - Tomato Punch - A chill & spicy drink

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Why should all the juices be sweet???? 

When I was thinking of something in these lines, I came up with this delicious combo of spicy but chill drink. It worked out well and tasted just too delicious :) 

It can also be served in the name of Cold tomato soup :P

Since its super hot summer at Chennai already, I thought of posting some chill juice varieties to beat the heat. Hence I shall be posting 1 juice recipe per week under this Summer special series :) Keep watching. 

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Tomato – ¼ kg
Tulasi – 10 leaves
Salt - for taste
Chilli powder - for taste
Pepper - a pinch
Chat masala - a pinch
Palm sugar powder (Panankalkandu powder) - 1 tsp
Honey – 2 tbl sp

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Grind tomato and tulasi together and filter it through a sieve.

Add salt, chat masala, pepper, panankalkandu powder and honey and mix well. 

Serve topped with ice cubes and tulsi. 

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Written by: Nithya
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Lavanya said...

Delicious and healthy drink Nithya
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Unknown said...

Beautiful clicks!

Unknown said...

healthy drink..good for throat too..nice clicks..

Nava K said...

Never thought of a spicy version but the outcome is so great. Yum to this healthy and that tinge of spicy flavor.

Unknown said...

wow, very new and delicious. Please do send it to my "Healthy Me & Healthy Us" event (read the rules).

Preeti Jaipal said...

perfect drink to get totally refreshed..

Home Cooked food said...

its like indian style bloody mary drink. said...

Refreshing and cool!

Mina Joshi said...

Looking delicious. Love the addition of some chili powder to the juice.

Anonymous said...

A spicy and chilled soup is what is called the Gazapacho soup mostly in south america..during summer. This one looks like you`ve added a lot of punch - tulasi which has a spiciness in itself, pepper and red chilli powder. Must be tasting yum!


nayana said...

looks very inviting ...lovely clicks..

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