Some days back Hector beverages sent in a cute jute bag package with their Paper Boat juices. I received four flavours - Jamun Kala Khatta, Aam panna, Aam ras and Jal Jeera.
Neatly packed individual pouches that are handy and easy to carry was the first thing that impressed me. It would be ideal to take during travel and would be very convenient during summers. The shake and drink directly from the pouch concept is also attractive.
The drinks are priced at Rs 30 per pouch and is quite reasonable considering the fact that they are marketed as juices without any artificial colour, flavour and preservatives. The juices are said to be made from all traditional ingredients from India.
Of the flavours I received Jal Jeera was the best. The flavours of lemon, cumin seeds powder, salt and black pepper make it quite refreshing when chilled. Also it is a good appetizer made from natural ingredients. The tangy and tempting flavour makes it a really good drink.
Mango is the king of fruits and the most enjoyed fruit during summers. The taste of the drink is really good with mango pulp and sugar in the right proportion. The traditional taste would surely be liked by everyone.
Aam Panna known for its heat resistant properties has been provided with the original taste. Made from light green mangoes, the mild spicy flavour can make this drink your all time favourite. Apart from being tasty this drink also looks good due to its refreshing light green colour.
Jamun drink is made from real jamuns and has a slightly tangy taste. It is rich in nutrients and has amazing health benefits too.
Thanks Hector Beverages for an opportunity to try out these amazing flavours from Paper boat.
Read more about their product features and the nutrition aspects of all flavours in their webpage
Also, you could follow them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/paperboatdrinks
Tried this delicious doodh/milk peda recipe from Vidhus kitchen..it turned out to be perfect and very tasty ..
Milk powder -2 cups
Condensed milk - 1 cup
Bit of cardamom powder
Butter -3 tbsp
Mix the condensed milk and milk powder well and heat it in low flame..keep stirring the same until it gets thick. Add the cardamom powder, mix and let it cool for some time. Make pedas and add some chopped nuts in the center.
A quick and very easy sweet done with very less ingredients.
Try this new flavour the next time you plan to make Gulab jamun...Whatever the recipe you use for making them, just stuff 2-4 pieces of chocolate chips in the center of the gulab jamun before frying them. The chips melt while frying and adds a nice chocolate flavour to it.
2 cups of grated coconut
3/4 cup grated jaggery
Pinch of cardamom powder
1 cup all purpose flour
Pinch of salt
Oil to fry
Mix 2 tsp oil in the flour and add salt. Sprinkle water to get a soft dough and keep covered for 15 minutes.
Heat the jaggery with little water and when it gets to a ball consistency, switch off the gas and add coconut and cardamom powder. Mix well and let it cool for some time. Make small balls of it.
Make balls of the dough, roll them into a small round and place the sweet ball in the center. Cover from all sides and repeat for the rest of the dough and fillings. Fry these modaks on medium flame till golden brown and crisp.
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