KIWI MINT LEMONADE


So refreshing to have this drink in summer. If you don't have mint or your kid does not like mint, leave it. This drink is also delicious without it. 


Sending this post to Srivalli's Kid's Delight event, host of the month Harini - theme Fruits in any form - week 1 day 3.

Ingredients
1 Cup Water
½  Cup Sugar
½  Cup Fresh mint leaves
3  Kiwifruit
2 - 3  Lemons
Sparkling water as required

Method


In a saucepan, heat water with sugar, stirring occasionally until sugar is dissolves.  Simmer, uncovered for 5 minutes on low flame. Remove from heat and stir in mint leaves. Let stand for half an hour or till it is cooled.

Meanwhile, peel kiwifruit and cut into chunks. Puree in a food processor. Place puree in a large jar. Strain cooled syrup into the jar, pressing on mint, then discard leaves. 


Refrigerate until cold. Squeeze juice from 2 lemons. Stir into kiwifruit mixture. Taste, squeeze in juice from remaining lemon for a tarter lemonade.

Pour into glasses. Top with sparkling water. Serve garnished with a slice of lemon and mint leaves. 


Makes about 2 cups  without sparkling water, enough for 4 glasses.


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Labels : Juices, Kiwi, Lemon, Kids delight, Blogging Marathon
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

13 comments:

  1. This is one interesting and colorful drink. Looks so refreshing.

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  2. Beautiful colour ! And what a refreshing drink.

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  3. My son likes mint, but not kiwi. Looks like a good way to sneak it in :-)

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  4. Refreshing drink for summer..Love to have this.

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  5. Such a refreshing summer drink.

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  6. Incredible summer drink, i can drink this refreshing lemonade anytime.

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  7. Perfect for the blazing summer days!

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  8. clicks are looking awesome!!! that is one flavorful and refreshing lemonade!!

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  9. Very refreshing and innovative cooler!!

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  10. must be so refreshing on a hot summer day

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  11. wow..what a lovely drink..feels so fresh even reading this...

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  12. Thats quite an interesting drink!

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