Nannari Sarbath (Sugandhi Drink) – The right way to make Nannari Syrup
I’ve been away from the weblog and social media since early April. Final week, my household and I bought residence from a beautiful rejuvenating trip solely to be welcomed by the scorching summer time warmth. We’re experiencing one of many worst summers with Vizag reeling beneath a warmth wave with no signal of respite. Desperately praying to the the rain Gods to herald some aid. All I do is drink copious quantity of chilled drinks like lassi, buttermilk, recent fruit juice, home made sherbet and tender coconut water. 🙂 Conventional natural drinks with no preservatives or synthetic colours are one of the best thirst quenchers throughout the scorching sizzling days.
Nannari Sarbath aka Sugandhi Drink
I ready Nannari (Sarsaparilla roots) syrup in addition to Maredu syrup (Bael fruit) to assist us get via the recent summer time. In Coastal Andhra we name the fragrant Sarsaparilla roots as Sugandhi and within the Rayalaseema area as nicely Tamil Nadu and Kerala, it goes by the title Nannari. Nannari is a really nice smelling herb and is thought for its medicinal properties. Its a superb diuretic, physique coolant that forestalls sunstroke and purifies blood.
Right now, I’m sharing with you Nannari Sarbath preparation that’s barely laborious but easy. Mainly it’s important to pound the washed Sarsaparilla roots in order that the central portion (white pith) is discarded and the outer pores and skin is solar dried for a day. These roots are soaked in water in a single day. Subsequent day morning the roots are boiled together with the soaked water until it reduces to half the unique amount. The resultant combination is strained and additional boiled with sugar until it turns into barely thick and sticky honey coloured combination. To organize Nannari sarbath, pour 3 heaped tablespoons of the Nannari syrup right into a tall glass, add 1 1/2 tbsps of lemon juice and pour chilled water to the brim. Add ice cubes and serve.
Nannari aka Sarasaparilla Roots
Sugandhi aka Nannari roots are normally out there at any native Ayurveda medical shops. In Vizag, the roots can be found at Pachipulusu Venkata Sannaiah & Sons and Sri Sambasiva Ayurvedic Centre in Kurupam Market. You’ll be able to even purchase the Nannari syrup aka Sugandhi syrup from Ayurveda medical shops.