Amla cough candies | How to make Amla cough candies

By Nandini Rathore  |  29th Jul 2016  |  
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  • Amla cough candies, How to make Amla cough candies
Amla cough candiesby Nandini Rathore
  • Prep Time

    10

    mins
  • Cook Time

    30

    mins
  • Serves

    10

    People

273

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About Amla cough candies Recipe

Superb medicine for cough in winters

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Amla cough candies

Ingredients to make Amla cough candies

  • Goose berries 1/2 kg
  • Salt 4tsp
  • Red pepper powder 4tsp
  • Black pepper 8-10/crushed
  • Black salt 4tsp

How to make Amla cough candies

  1. Boil goose berries for 15 mins in half ltr water.
  2. Drain the extra water or I hope that you will not need to drain as berries will soak all the water.
  3. Now separate the seeds and mash gooseberry pulp with all remaining ingredients.
  4. Now let it dry in harsh sunlight for 3-4 days.
  5. Store these candies in vaccumed containers and use to avoid normal cough infections.

Reviews for Amla cough candies (2)

Faiza patela year ago

If red pepper powder nt available than can use red chilli powder
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Ashwariya Lala year ago

A really needed recipe! even i will stock them up for winter
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