Sunday, May 31, 2020

Eat mint yogurt, relax in the heat

Eat mint yogurt, relax in the heat

Winter is over, summer is in full swing. Little by little it started to get hot. Although winter is very dear to everyone, the heat is very bad but not at all. For gluttonous Bengalis and food lovers, summer is as much a favorite as winter. Because, at this time, there are some fruits that have to wait for the whole year. People also prefer to eat a variety of light foods, fruit juices, etc. this summer.
The arrival of summer is already giving a hint of heat. So to keep your body cool and healthy in this heat, today we are presenting the recipe of Mint Yogurt, take a look at the recipe -


Ingredients 1 cup tokadai 1 tbsp powdered milk half a cup mint leaf paste / whole amount of ice bitun sugar one pinch black pepper powder
Method Grind the sour curd, 1 tablespoon powdered milk, mint leaf paste (you can also give whole), ice powder, salt, sugar and a pinch of black pepper powder in a grinder. Add a little water if needed. When the mixture is well made, serve in a glass jar. You can serve with mint leaves and cherries on top of the lassi before serving.
Mint leaves have many benefits for our body. But, many of us may not be aware of its benefits. If you don't know, check it out -
1) The anti-oxidants and phytonutrients in mint leaves help to solve any stomach problem. 2) Mint juice is very good to keep the body cool in summer. So you can easily eat this recipe mixed with yogurt. 3) Mint leaf juice acts as an antibiotic to prevent any skin infection. 4) According to many scientists, the perineal alcohol in mint leaves is a component of phytonutrients, which inhibits the growth of cancer cells in the body. 5) It also helps to increase digestion. 6) Prevents typhoid, pneumonia.

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