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Pomegranate Slush

August 7, 2011’s another quickie drink! The Pomegranate Slush. It’s just a fancy name for the pomegranate juice in a little icy form! ☺ ☻

Ingredients (for 1 glass)
Fresh Pomegranate – 1
or Pomegranate juice 1 cup
Sugar – to taste (2-3 tablespoons)
Lemon – 1 small
Blender (optinal if you’re using the juice)

1. Put the pomegranate seeds in the blender along with the sugar & blend/grind it for less than a minute.

2. Run it through a hand filter to get the juice separately. You can put all the pulp back into the blender along with some water & blend it once again to get more juice.
** If using ready made juice, skip the above steps! ☻
3.  Put some of the juice in the ice maker & keep it in the refrigerator until it freezes.

4. Keep the rest of the juice into the freezer too.
5. In a glass, squeeze half a lemon. Add the pomegranate juice ices into the glass too.

 6. Remove the bowl with the juice. (after about 1 hour) By this time, it might have a somewhat icy exterior. Crush all the ice together & pour the juice into the glass.

Decorate the glass with a small slice of lemon. Or enjoy the drink just like that! Its a perfect way to beat the heat and also get instant boost of energy! ☺


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  1. pomegranate with lemon…awesome combination Kavi….

  2. thanks a bunch Khushi! 🙂

  3. Try karna padega 🙂

  4. Kavi do participate in the ongoing event and send me some yummy recipes of yours… A Girl's DiaryEvent:What's On Your Kebab Platter

  5. Love the slush with its vibrant color. Cool kavi.

  6. thank you Radhi! 🙂

  7. don't think I've been on your blog before, but the first page is real "sweet" 🙂 and my little one will go nuts for the cold treats esp the pinky ones 🙂 Our tPlease do visit my blog. Our theme of global vegetarian is quite the same and I would love to see you on followers list too 🙂 cheers, priya

  8. Thanks a lot Priya! I'm off to check your blog right away! 🙂

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