It’s the perfect time to indulge and enjoy nature’s delectable delicacies by making some delicious juices at home. It’s summer, and the greatest way to beat the heat while remaining hydrated is to drink juice. Fruits, which are abundant in nutrients and fibre, will keep you invigorated and refreshed under the hot sun.
1. Mango Juice
One of the benefits of living in a tropical nation like India is having access to wonderful thirst-quenchers prepared from summer favourites like fresh mango. Kairi ka Panna, a drink made from green (raw) mangoes, is created all across the nation at the onset of summer and preserved in glass jars to be given to friends and family during the day. Nothing beats a cup of khatta-meetha Kairi ka Panna flavoured with black salt, cumin powder, and ginger powder for cooling down.
2. Watermelon Juice
Watermelon, recognised as a body-healing fruit, offers several health advantages, especially in the summer. This summer is the ideal time to consume this fresh, delicious melon, which is high in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Watermelon has around 80 calories per small cup.
3. Pineapple Juice
Pineapple is a colourful, tropical, soft, and sour fruit that can be challenging to peel, yet we all know how tempting the juicy, pulpy fruit can be. In Hindi, ananas is a common element in fruit chaats, raitas, chutneys, and smoothies. In addition to being delicious and fantastic, pineapple has a plethora of health advantages.
4. Orange and basil juice
This cool beverage blends orange and basil, making it great for battling the heat. With a sprinkle of honey and a few ice cubes, the juice tastes even better. It is suitable for storing in a flask or an insulated water bottle. Garnish with basil before serving and enjoy.