Carrot Juice Ice-Cream FloatPosted: 18 August 2021 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: abhavijbastani, carrot juice, food_photography, ice-cream, Persian_cuisine, shiraz, summer_drink Leave a comment
Carrot Juice ice cream float, “abhavijbastani”, آبهویج بستنی, is a refreshing and savory drink for hot summer days. All you need is freshly juiced carrots and vanilla ice cream (the more creamery, the better)
Chill your glasses in freezer. Put 2-3 ice cream scoops in each glass, depending on the size of your glass, and pour carrot juice over the ice cream. You could top ice cream scoops with crushed pistachios for extra Persian effects!
Serve immediately and enjoy!
PS. I blog so infrequently now, I forgot to watermark the pic!! Please do not copy without indicating the source!
Chia-Berries drinkPosted: 4 July 2018 Filed under: Chia-Berries drink, Uncategorized | Tags: chia, for_hot_days, gluten free, summer_drink, vegan Leave a comment
Give me a cool glass of Chia-berries mix any day of the year and I will gladly take 40 plus centigrade – like we have had in the past few days in Montreal! This is truly the ultimate summer drink – refreshing, nutritious, savory, pretty even and easy to make.
Ingredients (4-5 serving) Read the rest of this entry »
Hibiscus-Rum CocktailPosted: 5 August 2015 Filed under: Hibiscus-Rum Cocktail, Uncategorized | Tags: Cocktail, summer_drink Leave a comment
Here is a heat-beating, thirst-clenching cocktail inspired by Serious Eat’s recipe, with my own modifications.
I have replaced “simple syrup” with maple syrup and increased the rum portion, as well as “Persianizing” the brewing process; as a result my cocktail has a deeper flavor and thicker body and is still a bit tart and sour-sweet with amazingly refreshing effects! Read the rest of this entry »
Fresh lime drink (sharbat)Posted: 3 July 2012 Filed under: Beverages, Fresh lime drink (sharbat), Uncategorized | Tags: beat_the_heat, booteh_recipes, food_photography, Persian_cuisine, summer_drink Leave a comment
In Iran, a hugely popular summer drink is “sharbat” often made from extracts of aromatic flowers and herbs (called aragh) or fruit juice. Sharbat is usually slightly sweetened, sometimes diluted with water, and always mixed with ice cubes. In a hot summer day when you visit a friend or family the first thing they would do is hand you a refreshing nice glass of sharbat – one type of or another.
Fresh lime juice sharbat is among the most popular in Iran, because unlike flower extracts, lime is easily found throughout the country. It is popular also because lime has an amazing quality to quench your thirst in addition to having so many health benefits. Here is how you prepare it (quite similar to lemonade except you use lime instead of lemon):