Best Summer Drink And Healthy Drink For Mixed Buttermilk Recipe
By Phanindra Palivela, Posted on 19/07/2020 - 1 Comments
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Ingredients of Mixed buttermilk
STEP : 1
first take the fresh coriander leaves and clean it with fresh water and keep it aside for the some time.
STEP : 2
after that we have to take the curry leaves and wash it with the clean water and keep it aside.
STEP : 3
after that we have to take the small ginger piece and peel its layer and keep it aside for some time.
STEP : 4
now after that we have to take the 2 chillies and wash it with the water and keep it aside.
STEP : 5
now we have to take the coriander leaves and cut them in to very small pieces as shown in the above image.
STEP : 6
Now we have to take that 2 chillies and also cut them in to very small pieces as shown in the above image
STEP : 7
After peeling the layer of the garlic cut that garlic also in to very small tiny pieces as shown in the above image
STEP : 8
Now we have to take the fresh and cool curd the most preferred is heritage and keep to aside to start the process
STEP : 9
Now we have to add half glass of fresh and drinking water in to the curd to convert in to the liquid
STEP : 10
Now we have to add the 1 or 1 1/2 tbsp of salt in to the liquid as shown in the image
STEP : 11
Now we have to start adding the small garlic pieces in to the mixture to get the spicyness and taste
STEP : 12
After adding the ginger pieces in to the mixture we have to add the small chopped chillies in to the mixture
STEP : 13
after adding the chopped chillies we have to add the curry leaves in to the mixure to get good smell as well as the taste
STEP : 14
after adding the curry leaves in to the mixture finally now we have to add the chopped coriander leaves in to the mixture
STEP : 15
finally mix all the ingredients with the help of the spoon as shown in the image.so that all ingredients will mix well
STEP : 16
finally take the butter milk in to the serving glass and start drinking and enjoy its taste in the summer specially