Lower your dependency on cola this summer by switching to healthier options like this pudina chaas, which you can easily make at home.
Here is the thing: while we have been toiling at home under this lockdown, summer has taken over. The hot weather usually means drinking a lot of packaged beverages, many of which are loaded with sugar and artificial preservatives.
But this summer, let’s make full use of this lockdown to get out of the habit of drinking out of tetra packs and plastic bottles and make some desi coolers. In fact, today we have for you the perfect drink that will beat the heat and keep your energy levels up.
So, guys let’s make some pudina chaas.
4 tbsp yogurt
7 mint leaves
½ tsp black pepper powder
½ tsp roasted jeera powder
1 tsp grated ginger
Black salt as per taste
4-5 ice cubes
100 ml water
1. Put the yogurt, water, mint leaves, black pepper, ginger, salt, and jeera powder in a blender and churn.
Tip: Ensure that you churn the ingredients only till well combined, as overdoing it will turn the yogurt into butter.
2. Now put some ice cubes in a glass and pour your pudina chaas over it.
3. Top it with some mint leaves and jeera powder and enjoy.
This refreshing buttermilk has more to offer than tasteButtermilk, lassi, or chaas–we have different names for it, but this desi cooler is a wonder drink that can keep your health woes away.
1. Buttermilk for strong bones
You have to eat right today so that you can enjoy good health tomorrow. Buttermilk is a rich source of calcium, phosphorus, as well as vitamin D–and all of these nutrients are a must if you want good bone density in your older years.
2. Drinking buttermilk can keep your blood pressure in check
According to a study published in the journal Nutrition, buttermilk is rich in unique bioactive proteins that help in keeping your blood pressure in control.
3. It is great for boosting immunity
If you want to improve your immunity then you can totally count on buttermilk. In fact, it is known for enhancing your immune response according to a study published in the journal ISRN Nutrition.
4. It acts as a coolant for your gut
We Indians love our spices but too much of it can impact our gut and intestines. But if you add buttermilk to your diet then you won’t regret eating spicy food as the probiotics present in the buttermilk will keep your gut health in check.
So, try making this tummylicious drink this summer at home and say goodbye to your gut woes.