Roo Afza Lemonade, cold drink recipes.
Growing up, during the summer months, whenever I visited our Muslim neighbors or some of my friends in North India, I would get a large, chilled glass of Roo Afza or Roo Afza lemonade. At first, the flavor was too strong for me, but over time I began to appreciate the taste and tried several flavored drinks with Rooh Afza. There are many different drinks that can be prepared with Rukh Afza syrup. You can even pour a tablespoon of sang sang afza red syrup over desserts such as puddings, milkshakes, custards and ice cream. Not only is it visually appealing, but it also emphasizes flavor. If you want to make rose milk and don’t have rose essence or syrup on hand, you can use Ruh Afza syrup as an alternative.
For those of you who do not know Rooh Afza: It is an exotic concoction of natural herbs, fruit extracts like orange and pineapple, mint, spinach, rose petals, coriander seeds and other natural ingredients. It is known for its soothing and healing properties and protects against heat exhaustion and sunstroke. It has a refreshing effect on the body and keeps it fresh, active and full of energy. Roo Afza concentrate is available in most department stores.
I like to add a few slices of lemon or orange and crushed mint leaves to a pitcher of cooled Roo Afza water and let it steep for a while in the fridge. For variety, you can even add chopped fruit of your choice, like watermelon and apple.
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