Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Chilling on a hot summer day - Lawrence High School

Bangalore has been seeing increasingly intense summer for the last few years, thanks to the depleting green cover in the name of globalization and city expansion. While we can keep complaining about this, how about chilling with a cool summer drink made from the choicest mangoes of the season?

*Here’s a quick and simple recipe from the king of kitchen, Sanjeev Kapoor:


Drinking soda
as required
8 tablespoons
4 teaspoons
Fresh mint leaves
Ice cubes
as required
For mango ice cubes
250 grams
1/2 cup
Lemon juice
2 teaspoons
Fresh mint leaves

To make ice cubes, combine mangoes, sugar, lemon juice and mint leaves in a blender jar and blend into a smooth puree. Pour the mixture into ice tray and freeze till set.

Cut each lemon into 8 pieces, deseed and put into tall glasses. Add 1 tsp sugar, 2 tbsps honey and 5-6 mint leaves to each glass. Crush all these with a wooden muddle.

Add 2 plain ice cubes, 2 -3 mango ice cubes and again 2 plain ice cubes. Fill the glasses with soda and serve immediately.

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Lawrence High School, located at HSR layout, Bangalore, focuses on educating children with traditional values to adapt and excel in the world. To know more about Lawrence school, please visit the website and join us at our Facebook page  

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