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About Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup

People from tamilnadu will very well know this sarbath (chilled drink). This is one of my favourite natural coolers during the summer season. The nannari root has a magical cooling property. These roots are available in naatu marunthu kadai(country drug store).Try this at home and I am sure you will love it. Homemade is best as it contains no preservatives. Recipe inspired from SharmisPassions blog.

Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup, a mouth-watering delicacy which no one can resist. Most people try this amazing dish at restaurants, but with this recipe you can easily make it at home with the same taste. This super quick and easy recipe is written by Rathy V. Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup is a dish which demands no explanations, it's a whole world of flavour in itself. Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup is a very simple and easy recipe to prepare. The time required to make this recipe is not very much, but the delicious taste it renders is just remarkable. This recipe of Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup by Rathy V is perfect to serve 5 people. Even beginners can also try this recipe. The recipe is explained step by step with pictures that it becomes very easy to understand each and every step, which actually turns out to be very useful. So, the next time you have a get together, night party, kitty party or any other occasion don't forget to try out the absolutely amazing Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup.

  • Prep Time8Hours
  • Cook Time30mins
  • Serves5People
Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup

Ingredients to make Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup

  • For the nannari syrup:
  • Nannari roots - 50gm (1/2 cup)
  • Sugar - 250 gm(1cup)
  • Water - 2 1/2 cups
  • Lemon juice - 2 teaspoon
  • For the sarbath:
  • Nannari syrup - 2-3 tablespoon
  • Chilled water - 1 glass
  • Ice cubes - as needed
  • Lemon juice - from quarter of a lemon(or more as per liking)

How to make Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup

  1. First, for the nannari syrup, clean the nannari roots well with water 2 or 3 times to get rid of the sand.
  2. Dry it in a newspaper for about 15 minutes till there is no moisture.
  3. With a help of a pestle, crush the roots so that it loosens up. Break open the root and discard the white part which is inside. Collect the brown part alone for all the roots.
  4. Put this in a mixer and pulse it one or two times to break it further. Do not grind.
  5. Boil the water till bubbles start appearing. Switch off and add the roots and close it with a lid. Let it stay overnight like that.
  6. After that, double fold a muslin cloth and strain the soaked syrup. Add the sugar and mix well till dissolved.
  7. Now heat the syrup till a single string consistency is achieved. It may take up to 20 mins.
  8. Once done, switch off (syrup will be like honey consistency) and let it cool completely. Now add the 2 tsp lemon juice. Store in a clean container in the fridge.
  9. For the sarbath, in a glass, take 2 or 3 tablespoon of the syrup, add the chilled water, ice cubes and mix well. Add the lemon juice and mix and serve!. Heaven I must say!!
My Tip: This does not contain preservative, so better to store in fridge. Store bought syrups are usually bright yellow. You can add food coloring while the syrup boils if you want too. But I preferred the natural way. I can surely say homemade nannari sarbath tastes way more good than the store bought!.

Reviews for Nannari(sarasaparilla) Sarbath using Homemade Nannari Syrup (1)

Sheeni Singh2 years ago
Nice and new drink to try! Thanksss
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