Nannari syrup recipe with step by step photos. This is an easy do it yourself method of making nannari sharbat at home.
South Indian, Tamil Nadu
for nannari syrup
(sarsaparilla, sarasaberilla, haaluballi, karala)
for 1 glass serving of nannari syrup
3 to 4
lemon juice as required
preparing nannari syrup
Firstly take 5 cups water in a pan and add 100 grams nannari powder.
Mix very well with a spoon or wired whisk. Cover and soak for 2 to 3 hours.
Then add 5 cups sugar in the same pan.
Keep the pan on stove top and cook on a low flame. Stir so that all the sugar dissolves.
Cook for about 20 to 30 minutes till the syrup reduces by ⅓ and you get a half or one string consistency in it. Cook on a low to medium flame and do use large pan for cooking the syrup.
Let the solution cool completely.
Then filter the solution in another pan using a fine sieve or muslin.
Pour the solution in a clean bottle and then refrigerate. This recipe gives about 1 litre of nannari syrup.
to prepare nannari sharbat
Take 3 to 4 tablespoons of nannari syrup in a glass.
Squeeze some lemon juice. You can add about ½ to 1 tablespoon of lemon juice.
Pour water and mix well.
Add some ice cubes and serve nannari sharbat. If using cold water, then you can skip ice cubes.
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