watermelon rose cooler | cooling drink with watermelon & rose syrup

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Watermelon rose cooler recipe with step by step photos – light, refreshing cooling drink for summers made with watermelon, rose syrup and Sabja seeds.

watermelon rose cooler

Any drink with watermelon is easy to prepare, provided you remove the seeds before, which can be quite a task at times. I do remove the seeds before I add the watermelon cubes to the blender. Luckily I always end up buying watermelon which do not have many seeds in them.

I have seen some youtube videos where there are certain techniques showing how the watermelon should be cut, so that the seeds can be removed easily. I have not tried doing any of these methods. I just slice the watermelon in many parts and then remove the seeds with a small paring knife.

Serve watermelon cooler immediately as soon as you make it. Two more similar drinks you can make are Rose milk and Watermelon juice.

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watermelon rose cooler recipe

watermelon rose cooler

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Watermelon rose cooler is a light summer cooler made with watermelon, rose syrup and sabja seeds (sweet basil seeds)
Prep Time 30 mins
Total Time 30 mins

Cuisine World
Course: Beverages
Diet: Vegan
Difficulty Level: Easy

Servings 2 to 3
Units

Ingredients

  • 4 cups chopped deseeded watermelon
  • 4 to 5 tablespoon rose syrup or add as required
  • 1 teaspoon sabja seeds (sweet basil seeds) soaked in ½ cup water
  • 1 to 2 teaspoon rose water (optional)
  • a few ice cubes or chilled water (optional)

Instructions

  • Soak 1 tsp sabja seeds in 1/2 cup water for 20 to 30 minutes.
  • Later strain the seeds and keep aside in a small bow. You can also keep them covered in a refrigerator.
  • Take 4 cups chopped deseeded water melon in a blender jar.
  • Add 4 to 5 tbsp rose syrup. Also add 1 to 2 tsp rose water. Rose water is optional and you can skip it.
  • Blend till smooth. You can add some ice cubes while blending. You can also thin the cooler a bit by adding some chilled water.
  • Pour the watermelon rose cooler in glasses.
  • Top with some sabja seeds.
  • Serve watermelon rose cooler immediately.

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Step by step watermelon rose cooler recipe

1. In a small bowl, soak 1 tsp sabja seeds/sweet basil seeds in ½ cup water for 20 to 30 minutes.

sabja seeds for watermelon rose cooler recipe

2. Later strain the seeds in a tea strainer and keep aside in a small bow. You can also keep them covered in a refrigerator.

sabja seeds for watermelon rose cooler recipe

3. Take 4 cups chopped deseeded water melon in a blender jar.

watermelon

4. Add 4 to 5 tbsp rose syrup. Also add 1 to 2 tsp rose water. Rose water is optional and you can skip it.

rose syrup for watermelon rose cooler

5. Blend till smooth. You can add some ice cubes while blending. You can also thin the cooler a bit by adding some chilled water.

watermelon rose cooler

6. Pour the watermelon rose cooler in glasses.

watermelon rose cooler recipe

7. Top with some sabja seeds. Stir.

sabja seeds for watermelon rose cooler

8. Serve watermelon rose cooler immediately.

watermelon rose cooler recipe

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12 Comments

  1. Hi there
    Nice recipes but what is Sabji seeds and where can you get it from. Is that the name for it or any other name.
    What syrup are you using.

    1. sabja sweets are sweet basil seeds. they are easily available in india, but i am not sure about other countries. you can substitute chia seeds for sabja seeds. the syrup is rose syrup. this is a sweet syrup made with rose petals.

  2. Hi Dassana,

    I tried this cooler and the rose flavor came out very nice with watermelon. Thank you !

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