A warm hello to all the readers of this blog. I am so delighted and excited to be able to contribute to this blog, as I have been an ardent fan of this blog. I have known about it ever since it’s inception and watching it grow makes me so happy. When Anvita first asked me to share some of my recipes, I was hesitant and told her to just publish the recipes through TBRTM. However she insisted that I personally write myself. So here I am, sharing some of my recipes with you.
I am currently visiting my daughters in North Carolina. We managed to escape the Mumbai rains and were welcomed by the warm weather of NC. Although it is summer here, we are enjoying the abundance of fresh juicy fruits. I love fruits and I am glad that I have not only passed it on to my daughters but also to my grandson A. My favorite fruit these days is the Nectarine. Since I don’t get to eat Nectarines in Mumbai, I am trying to make the most out of it here. The other day we had a few Apricots and Nectarines that were about to go bad, so I made a juice out of it. It turned out to be really simple, refreshing and everybody liked the fact that it was different from the regular juices / blends. Unlike the store bought juices, no preservatives, no artificial flavors, no color.Here is the recipe for it.
- 2 Nectarines
- 2 Apricots
- 1/4 tsp cumin powder
- 1/4 tsp black salt
- 1 tsp honey
- 8 oz. water
- Thoroughly wash the apricots and nectarines.
- Chop small pieces and add it into a blender. I used a magic bullet.
- Blend them completely making sure there are no chunks of the fruit left in the jar.
- Add back salt and cumin to the juice. Honey if required. Mix well.
- Dilute the juice with water. You can dilute it more or less depending on the taste.
- Serve it chilled.