Indian culture is indeed no stranger to the word people. The popularity of Indian films and soap operas has contributed to introducing Indian culture, as well as a variety of food and beverages that are typical of the country.
Unlike other country food and drinks whose names are already known to the people of other country, the names of Indian food and drinks may still be strange to our ears. These drinks are for example. Often appearing in films or dramas, these milk-based drinks are not only sweet, but also rich in spices.
1. Haldi Doodh
Indian turmeric milk not only removes thirst, but also has many benefits ranging from relieving sore throats, common cold or other infections. Haldi Doodh even gives relief when recovering from a physical injury and helps recovery faster.
Falooda is an Indian milk shake made from ice cream doused with rose syrup, milk, vermicelli, basil seeds and nuts. This is a sweet ice milk drink with a soft texture. Basically, falooda only requires four ingredients such as rose syrup, vermicelli, soaked basil seeds and milk. Some even add strawberry flavor, dried fruit or vanilla ice cream.
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3. Almond Milk
Badam milk is a delicious Indian milk drink made from mixing almonds with milk and given a mixture of cardamom and turmeric to taste.
Lassi is a sweet yogurt drink that refreshes your thirst while enjoying hot weather in India. This drink is very popular yogurt-based on the continents of India and Pakistan. Sometimes some fruit or spices are added to it. This drink is very good for the afternoon or when you want to take a nap because it produces drowsiness and helps you sleep well by revitalizing all body systems.
Jigarthanda is a cold drink from the town of Madurai, South India in Tamil Nadu State. Generally served in roadside stalls as refreshments during the summer in India. The basic ingredients consist of milk, almonds, sarsaparilla syrup, sugar and ice cream.
6. Masala Chai
Masala chai is Indian milk tea which is rich in spices. Masala refers to a combination of spices, which often include cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, pepper, fennel, and star anise.
Thadai is a cold drink prepared with a mixture of almonds, rose petals, pepper, vetiver seeds, cardamom, fennel seeds, magaztari seeds (watermelon seeds), turmeric, milk and sugar. This is an authentic Indian drink and is always associated with the Holi and Shivaratri festivals.
Chaas is made by shaking yogurt and cold water together in a pot, using a handheld device called Madhani (whipper). This drink can be consumed plain or seasoned with various spices. Chaas can be made from fresh yogurt, and Chhaachh’s natural flavor is rather sweet. This type of Chaas is very close to Lassi, with two main differences: Chaas is more watery (with water) and does not add sugar.
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