Roohafza is very popular syrup in Indian families. It’s natural and herbal sweet syrup that is made with fruits, vegetables and herbs. You can add this roohafza syrup in both water as lemonade, shikanji and milk as shakes, sherbet and lassi.
Sabja seeds are cooling and good for digestion. You need to soak the seeds in water for minimum half hour in water after that you can use them in smoothies, icecreams, shakes and many more desserts and drink recipes.
You can use this red bright color syrup on desserts like icecreams, pudding, custard, shakes and more for garnishing purposes. It gives wonderful appeal plus enhances the taste of dish.
Roohafza Lemonade | Lemonade Recipes
Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: 0 Minutes
4 Tbsps. Roohafza Syrup
1 Tbsp. Chia Seeds/ Sabza Seeds, Soaked
2 Tbsps. Lemon Juice
Black Pepper Powder
Few Ice Cubes
Soak the sabza seeds or chia seeds in water for 30 minutes.
In a pitcher, add roohafza syrup, lemon juice, black salt, black pepper, ice cubes and soaked chia seeds.
Add soda water or sparkling water and mix well.
Serve immediately in tall glasses.
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