Sago nanari jigarthanda | How to make Sago nanari jigarthanda

By Rajeshwari Puthalapattu  |  26th Apr 2017  |  
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  • Prep Time

    2

    Hours
  • Cook Time

    10

    mins
  • Serves

    2

    People

6

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About Sago nanari jigarthanda Recipe

Best healthy way to beat the heat.

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Sago nanari jigarthanda

Ingredients to make Sago nanari jigarthanda

  • sago/ cassava/ tapioca seeds - 20 gms
  • Nanari syrup/ sarasapharilla root syrup
  • badam pisin/ edible badam gum - 10 gms
  • thickened milk - 250 ml
  • Homemade vanilla icecream - 2 scoops
  • Roasted and caramelized almonds - 4
  • Sprinkles for garnishing

How to make Sago nanari jigarthanda

  1. Cook sago in abundant water till done and keep aside draining all the water.
  2. Take a bowl of hot water and add badam pisin and soak it for 20 go 25 mins. After 25 mins remove the badam pisin and keep aside.
  3. Now, in a tall glass add the nanari syrup 2 spoons in each glass
  4. Then add the cooked sago half quantity in each glass
  5. Now add the badam pisin half the quantity equally in each glass
  6. Now add the scoop of ice cream each in 2 glasses and garnish it with roasted caramelized almonds and sprinkles you can as well garnish it with tuti frooti.
  7. Remember to chill the milk before use

My Tip:

Chilled milk enhances the flavor of the drink Nanari acts as very good coolent in summers.

Reviews for Sago nanari jigarthanda (1)

Suman Yadava year ago

nice one
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Rajeshwari Puthalapattu
6 months ago
thank u

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