Milk and Honey – both are rich in nutrients. The sarbath made with these 2 tends to be a energy booster as well as cools our body during hot days.
- Badam – 10
- Dry grapes – 20
- Cashew – 10
- Dry dates – 5
- Milk – 1/2 litre
- Sugar less kova – 100 grams
- Sugar – 2 tablespoon
- Curd – 200 ml
- Honey – 4 tablespoon
Steps to Prepare
- Pour 200ml of curd through a plastic tea strainer – water will drain off leaving only curd settling inside the net of strainer.
- Take a bowl and add the below –
- Almonds (badam) – 15
- Raisins (dry grapes) – 20
- Dry dates – 5 (we can get it in supermarket or country drug store)
- Cashew nuts – 10
- Pour some water – let the contents soak in water for some time.
- Place a pan on the big burner – turn on the flame. Pour in milk – 0.5 litres. Buy a thick milk.
- Let wait till milk comes to boiling point.
- Then, add 100 grams of sugarless kova to the boiling milk.
- Using a wooden spatula, stir well so that the kova dissolves completely in milk.
Note: If we are unable to get sugarless kova, we can add sweet kova too.
Or take 1 litre thick milk – boil it for a longer time in low flame till it becomes less than 1/2 litre & thick.
- Once the kova dissolves completely in milk, add 2 tablespoons of sugar and stir a little. Let the milk boil for another 50 seconds.
- Turn off the flame. Let the milk cool down for some time.
- Take a mixer jar – add the dry nuts that are soaked in water. Dates – cut it in middle and remove the seed before adding it to the jar. Grind them into a semi paste.
- Add the curd into the jar. Then, pour 4 tablespoons of honey. Let the contents grind well into a fine paste.
- Add the grinded paste into the milk in pan.
- Stir a little to mix the contents well.
- We can refrigerate this for 2 hours and then consume it. Or else we can add ice cubes, stir a little and drink it after 5 minutes.