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guava juice recipe, how to make guava juice recipe

guava juice recipe with step by step photos – a recipe as well as a method on how to make guava fruit juice.

guava fruit is rich in vitamin C and dietary fiber. according to wikipedia, a single guava fruit contains about 4 times the amount of vitamin C as an orange.

many people like to eat guava/amrud. but when the guava seeds gets stuck in the teeth then it is really irritating. thats one of the reason we prefer to drink guava juice than to eat them directly.

to make this guava juice, you can use the regular guavas as well as pink guavas. but remember they have to be ripe and the flesh should be soft. also remember not to blend the guavas too much as then the seeds also get ground while blending, giving a sand like consistency in the juice. you can also add lemon juice to give a slight tang to the juice. few more juice recipes on the blog are watermelon juice, black grapes juice, ganga jamuna juice, musk melon juice and fresh pineapple juice recipe.

once the guava juice is done, then serve immediately. you can also add ice cubes to the juice. the recipe can be doubled or tripled.

if you are looking for more beverages then do check pina coladacold coffee with ice cream, punjabi lassi, neer majjige and falooda recipe.

guava juice recipe below:

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guava juice recipe
prep time
15 mins
total time
15 mins
 
guava juice recipe - refreshing and healthy juice made from guava.
course: beverage
cuisine: world
servings: 2 -3
author: dassana amit
ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 3 to 4 medium guavas or 500 grams or 3 cups chopped guava - (amrud)
  • 2 cups chilled water or add as required
  • 3 tablespoon sugar or add as required
how to make recipe
  1. rinse the guavas very well in water. then chop in small pieces and add to a large blender jar. blend in batches if the blender size is small.
  2. add 1 cup water and blend the guavas to a smooth pulp. chop the guavas in small pieces so that they grind faster and the seeds are not ground. don't grind too much as then the seeds also get ground and you will get tiny grits in the juice and you get a sand like feel in the juice.
  3. add the pulp to a juice strainer lined on top of a bowl. you can also line the strainer with a muslin to get rid of the seed grits if there any any.
  4. using a spoon stir the pulp, so that the smooth pulp is extracted in the bowl.
  5. here we have the collected pulp without the seeds.
  6. now add 1 cup chilled water. stir. you can make the guava juice more thin by adding more water. you can also add some lemon juice for a tangy taste.
  7. add sugar and stir again till the sugar dissolves.
  8. pour the juice in glasses and serve guava juice immediately.
recipe notes

the recipe can be doubled or tripled.


lets start step by step guava juice recipe:

1. rinse the guavas very well in water. then chop in small pieces and add to a large blender jar. blend in batches if the blender size is small.

2. add 1 cup chilled water and blend the guavas to a smooth pulp. chop the guavas in small pieces so that they grind faster and also so that the seeds are not ground.

3. don’t grind too much as then the seeds also get ground and you will get tiny grits in the juice and you get a sand like feel in the juice.

4. add the pulp to a juice strainer lined on top of a bowl. you can also line the strainer with a muslin cloth to get rid of the seed grits if there any any.

5. using a spoon stir the pulp, so that the smooth pulp is extracted in the bowl.

6. here we have the collected pulp without the seeds.

7. now add 1 cup chilled water. stir. you can make the guava juice more thin by adding more water. you can also add some lemon juice for a tangy taste.

8. add 3 tbsp sugar. sugar can be adjusted as per your taste and the sweetness of the guavas.

9. stir again till the sugar dissolves.

10. pour the juice in glasses and serve guava juice immediately.




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This post was last modified on April 14, 2017, 1:13 pm

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