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Ganga jamuna juice recipe with step by step photos – sweet lime and orange juice medley.

ganga jamuna juice recipe

Ganga jamuna is a strange name for this juice which is Made with sweet limes and fresh oranges. when for the first time, I came across this name in a Mumbai restaurant, I was like what is this. To my naive mind, it was like must be some juice in which both ganga and jamuna jal (water) are mixed. Oh boy… How wrong and funny I was.

We asked the waiter and he said, that its a mixture of both orange and sweet lime juice. I was like wow. Both fruits are my favorite and this juice with both the fruit juices must be one of a kind. That was the first time I had ganga jamuna and later also I have had this juice in restaurants.

So When sweet limes are in season, I make Mosambi juice as well as ganga jamuna juice. So try this juice this summer and you will love it. On a second note apart from this juice two more family favorites I will be adding soon – Musk melon juice and Pineapple juice.

I have used an electric juicer to extract the juice. The same can be done with the round manual juice extractor. Or chop and remove the seeds from the fruits’s segments. Then blend in a mixer or blender and strain the juice through a juice strainer.

Serve ganga jamuna juice immediately as the juice turns bitter if kept even for some minutes. You can also add some ice cubes while serving.

How to make ganga jamuna juice

1. Peel and remove the segments from the 3 large oranges and 3 large sweet limes.

oranges and sweet limes

2. Add them to the feeder tube of the juicer. You can also halve the fruits and manually extract the juice.

making ganga jamuna juice recipe

3. Extract the juice and pour it in a bowl or pan.

making ganga jamuna juice

4. Add sugar as required. You can also skip the sugar if the fruits are sweet. If they are tangy or sour, you may need to add some sugar. So add as per your taste.

sugar for ganga jamuna juice

5. Then add about ⅛ tsp of black salt.

black salt for ganga jamuna juice

6. Stir well so that the sugar dissolves. If you want you can add some water to thin down the juice.

stir ganga jamuna juice

7. Pour in glasses. Serve ganga jamuna juice immediately as the juice turns bitter if kept even for some minutes. Add some ice cubes if you prefer while serving.

ganga jamuna juice
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ganga jamuna juice recipe

Ganga Jamuna Juice

3.5 from 2 votes
Ganga jamuna juice is a Mumbai street food recipe of juice made with a mix of sweet lime and oranges.
Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins

Cuisine Indian
Course: Beverages

Servings 2 to 3
Units

Ingredients

  • 600 grams oranges or 3 large oranges
  • 600 grams sweet lime or 3 large sweet lime, (mosambi)
  • 2 to 3 tablespoon sugar or add as required
  • teaspoon black salt or add as required
  • ice cubes or water to thin down the juice if required - optional

Instructions

  • Peel and remove the segments from the 3 large oranges and 3 large sweet limes.
  • Add them to the feeder tube of the juicer. You can also halve the fruits and manually extract the juice.
  • Extract the juice and pour it in a bowl or pan.
  • Add sugar as required.
  • Then add about 1/8 tsp of black salt. Stir and pour the juice in glasses.
  • Serve ganga jamuna juice immediately as the juice turns bitter if kept even for some minutes. Add some ice cubes if you prefer while serving.

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6 Comments

  1. Which juicer should I use so that I don’t get the bitter taste of seeds in the juice?4 stars

    1. keyaa, are you referring to any brand ?. i am not well versed with the various brands. i use preethi and it has a juicer attached to it.

  2. Thanks for this recipe, I need to try it.
    Just wondering though, isn’t the black salt (kala namak, right?) going to give an “eggy” taste to the juice?

    1. black salt is kala namak. just adding a pinch does not give an eggy taste to the juice. in india, kala namak is added by the street vendors in almost all fruit juices as well in fruit salads. try adding a pinch and you will like it. stir the juice after adding black salt.

  3. Ganga Jamuna juice recipe sound different but i will try this recipe in my home…
    thnks for sharing this recipe..3 stars