mint juice | pudina juice | lemon mint juice and benefits

Mint juice recipe – well, I don’t know what to call this drink…Mint sherbet, mint panna or lemon mint juice.

Since the juice is made from the fresh mint leaves, I have decided to call this excellent summer cooler, Mint juice. it is A super cooling drink and you will love it if you love mint.

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mint juice, pudina juice

I have so much of mint growing in my balcony garden. I do make a lot of recipes with mint leaves like Pudina chaas, Watermelon mint juice. I also make Mint tea every day, plus also put a lot of mint in salads and rice dishes.

mint shrub

Mint is one herb that grows easily. it is very easy to plant and you don’t need special seeds for it.

When you buy mint next time, after taking the leaves, preserve the stems which have roots on it.

In a pot with mud, push the mint stems with the roots inside the soil. Water and wait. Water every day as it is very hot now. After some days you will see small tiny mint leaves appearing from the stems. Soon they will start to flourish.

Whenever you want any mint, just remove the leaves or cut the stem. You don’t have to remove the whole plant from the mud like we do for coriander or other herbs. Just cut the required quantity of stem. The plant will continue to grow.

mint leaves

A few health benefits of mint juice

  • Mint is good for digestion.
  • It cures morning sickness and nausea.
  • It also detoxifies the body
  • Mint is a good source of vitamin C, B complex vitamins and minerals like calcium, phosphorous, zinc and copper.
  • Mint also has antiseptic and cleansing properties.

This mint juice Also has spice powders like cumin powder which again is good for digestion plus black salt which is again good for digestion. Lemon juice is added to preserve the green color of the mint.

pudina panna or mint juice

Mint juice is a great detoxification drink If you are on a detox diet.

I have used jaggery to make the mint juice, hence I did not have a beautiful green color. But if you make it with sugar you will have a lovely green color drink.

A simple, healthy and refreshing drink for the summers… Mint juice.

Also since we are talking about mint… Last but not the least… Mint is good for the skin too and will give your skin a lovely glow and radiance 🙂

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mint juice

4.84 from 6 votes
Mint lemon juice recipe – healthy and refreshing drink for summers made from fresh mint leaves and lemon.
mint juice recipe, lemon mint juice recipe
Author:Dassana Amit
Prep Time:10 mins
Total Time:10 mins
Course:beverages & drinks
Cuisine:indian
Servings (change the number to scale):3 glasses
(1 CUP = 250 ML)

Ingredients

  • 1.5 cups mint leaves (pudina)
  • 9 to 10 tablespoon powdered jaggery or sugar
  • ½ cup water
  • ½ teaspoon black salt
  • 1 teaspoon cumin powder (jeera powder)
  • 3 to 4 teaspoon lemon juice

Instructions

  • Remove the mint leaves from the stems. Rinse in water for a couple of times
  • Add all the ingredients in a blender and blend to a smooth paste.
  • Strain the whole mixture.
  • Take 1/4 amount of the strained mint juice. Add 3/4 amount of water. Stir.
  • Add ice cubes and serve chilled mint juice.

Notes

  • The sweetness can be adjusted as per your preferences.
  • You can also add sugar or honey instead of jaggery.

Nutrition Info (approximate values)

Nutrition Facts
mint juice
Amount Per Serving
Calories 178 Calories from Fat 9
% Daily Value*
Fat 1g2%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Sodium 398mg17%
Potassium 140mg4%
Carbohydrates 42g14%
Fiber 2g8%
Sugar 38g42%
Protein 1g2%
Vitamin A 956IU19%
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 1mg67%
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 1mg59%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 1mg5%
Vitamin B6 1mg50%
Vitamin C 9mg11%
Calcium 74mg7%
Vitamin B9 (Folate) 26µg7%
Iron 2mg11%
Magnesium 20mg5%
Phosphorus 16mg2%
Zinc 1mg7%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Dassana Amit

Dassana Amitnamaste and welcome to vegrecipesofindia.com which i started in feb 2009 and is a pure vegetarian blog. i have been passionate about cooking from childhood and began to cook from the age of 10. later having enrolled in a home science degree greatly enhanced my cooking & baking skills and took it to a different level which i now share as foolproof recipes. i was formally trained both in mainstream indian as well as international cuisines.

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32 comments/reviews

  1. Hi dear, can I prepare mint mixture strain and keep in fridge and use it next day. Please help.5 stars

    • yes you can this way.

  2. Good recipes

  3. Wonderful. Have to try this. I usually make mint juice with a handful mint leaves, a small piece of ginger and make a paste of it. To this I add some water, sugar, a dash of lemon and sometimes a pinch of chat masala or pepper.

    Have to try your version… Thanks for the recipe…

    • surely try shruthi and let us know how it was? thanks for sharing your version and you are welcome.

  4. This drink is wonderful…do you have any ideas how to conservre it?I believe this could be shared and sold to like minded people

    • thanks mike. you will have to add artificial preservatives.

  5. Can the mint juice be preserved?
    Best
    Revathi

    • no the mint juice cannot be preserved.

    • Yes. I can be. Dry the mint leaves.make a powder of mint leaves.add cumin powder, powdered jaggery and black salt. Mix all the ingredients and store in jar. To make sharbat add this powder and lemon to water with ice cubes 🙂
      People with body heat may use it in winters also 🙂 make sure you have enough of mint leaves dries for the winter 😉5 stars

      • thanks for sharing this method.

  6. Hey Dassana…thanks a lot for the tips on how to grow mint leaves in my backyard. I have been searching the net for info on the same, but without any effective help. And BTW nice yummy looking sherbet and great photography too! Sure gonna try this cooler !!!

    • thanks for this positive comment. apart from mint, you can grow other useful herbs and plants at home like coriander, tulsi, curry leaves etc.

  7. what a good web site is it to make pudina jucies

  8. hello dassana ur recipe made my cooking fun….i am homemaker and i lik to try new recipes n u help me a lot….

    • thanks ekta

  9. awsm

  10. Loved reading your interview… it’s so good to know more about you… You are truly a beautiful person… inside out!

    • thanks anisha….. will hop to your blog once i am back from my vacation.

  11. This is just awesome a drink starring mint. I too have mint growing in my balcony garden…used up a lot of them making mojitos, it won’t be long when I will have more growing up… I would love to try this drink… though it’s raining here I’m sure I’ll make it on a sunny day.. 🙂

  12. Wow….
    Its so easy to make… 😛
    Thanks for sharing… 🙂

  13. hey Dassana..i m just slurping over the pics..too good..and ur interview was a nice one..if i were to interview u i would hv asked many more questions as u are a pleasing personality and would like to know more about u, ur belief in spirituality etc..anyways good to know ur recognition is widespread God Bless!

    • thanks suhani… my recognition is not widespread. not much people know about me or my blog. but i enjoy what i do and have fun with my blogging and photography 🙂

  14. Surely, Mint leaves goes well with many preparations and its aromatic fragrance enhances the taste and flavour to a great extent. It has also many medicinal value and is supposed to enhance the digestive capacity of the lever. It’s a coolant too and your recipefor a Mint sherbath would go a long way to beat the summer heat.

    • thanks ram. i did not know about the liver fact. yes it a really good cooler drink for the summers.

  15. What a refreshing and amazing drink.

  16. This sounds delicious. I grow mint, but I can’t grow enough so that I can eat it as often as I’d like — I’d need a whole row of pots and a sunnier climate.

  17. Sure a healthy twist…nice refreshing drink and lovely clicks too!

  18. Hey…surely refreshing drink for summers, I also like mint leaves a lot and use them in my routine cooking, I liked the mint leaves pic.

    • thanks anamika. more pics and a post on my balcony garden will come soon 🙂

  19. That was one impressive interview! It truly reflects your personality, which actually caught my attention before your recipes.

    Your mint juice is something I want to try soon. I have mint growing in my pots like weeds. I actually planted the stems even without roots. They had withered away in winter and came back to life in Spring.

    • thanks family cook 🙂