Apple juice hindi recipes

Wood apple relish

Wood apple relish

Juice of young leaves is given as a remedy for biliousness and intestinal troubles of children. Kothu, Hindi
Hucchellu - Apple Chutney

Hucchellu - Apple Chutney

Do not add any tamarind or lemon juice. Hucchellu or Karellu (Kannada Language) is known as Kaarale, in Hindi, Khurasni in Marathi and Punjabi, Sorguja or Surgia or Sorguza in Assamese and Bengali, Verrinuvvalu or Valisalu in Telugu and Payellu in Tamil
Tropical Turmeric Smoothie

Tropical Turmeric Smoothie

Into the blender add Spinach and Apple juice blend into a smooth paste. Flaxseeds can be used in smoothies or juices and also they are commonly used in baking as a substitute for eggs
Mixed Fruit Chutney

Mixed Fruit Chutney

The chutney is mainly composed of spices ginger, saffron, cumin, turmeric, chilli, mango, coconut , apple, pear, peach or pumpkin, tomato, beet, carrot
Masor Tenga (Tangy Fish Curry)

Masor Tenga (Tangy Fish Curry)

There are wide variety of souring agents that can be used to prepare this dish, ranging from the commonly available lemon, tomatoes, sour spinach to more exotic Elephant apple and Garcinia
Chutneys for Chaat

Chutneys for Chaat

In North specially in Delhi one can see bananas , apples in these chutneys. to make it tangy lemon juice, raw mango or tamarind is used
HOMEMADE SITAPHAL KALAKAND

HOMEMADE SITAPHAL KALAKAND

Custard apple or sitaphal is known the world over for its health benefits, it is rich in vitamin C and nutrients like potassium and magnesium, in India as well it has been consumed for ages and many people also use it for religious purposes
Coleslaw Salad Recipe

Coleslaw Salad Recipe

Alternatively, to make your coleslaw more beautiful to look at and even more exotic, you can also add fruit, such as pieces of apple or pineapple
Soma: Elixir of the Gods

Soma: Elixir of the Gods

Soma is a masculine noun in Sanskrit which primarily means the juice from a plant object of sacrificial offering yajna in Vedism, the term is sometimes also used to mean the same plant from which it was extracted the juice sacrificial