A wonderfully sweet chocolate chai. Makes your tea a little more exciting. Note: I especially like alwalde's suggestion to cut back on the milk. Please take that change into consideration when preparing.
A recipe I found on www.food-india.com website. There are several other chai recipes posted to this site, but none have quite the lineup of spices that are included in this recipe, which I really liked a lot.
A recipe I came across while searching for recipes of India and it is from "whats4eats.com". Here is what is stated: "Lassi is a cooling yogurt beverage originally from the northern part of India. Traditionally lassi is unsweetened and has a pinch of salt and some spices mixed in. More recently, sweetened fruit lassis have become very popular drinks, both in India and around the world."
Tablets of Mexican chocolate, specially flavored cinnamon, almonds, and sugar can be purchased in Mexican or Latin American grocery stores. You can also blend your own "Mexican chocolate" with the same ingredients.
Agua fresca's are Mexican fruit beverages. I love Agua Fresca's and these ones sound wonderful to me. these recipes are from Whats4eats.
These refreshing beverages are typically served from large barrel-shaped glass containers.
The lime juice adds a lovely tartness to the drink making it more refreshing.
Some of the more traditional varieties are watermelon, cantaloupe and strawberry. I have given 6 fruit options, choose the fruit you like and enjoy!
A recipe I found on "About.com" for Spanish beverages. Here is what is stated: Most of Spain is hot in the summers, so Spaniards have plenty of ways to keep cool. So, "claras" or lemon beer, (also known as a Shandy) is a popular summertime drink. Luckily, it is easy to make and is very refreshing.
Posting this for Greek region of ZWT 6. Found it online at FoodTV site from Giada De Laurentiis, while searching it for Greek recipes. Sounds delicious!! Time doesn't include time for sugar/water cooling.
This is a little different, in that you mix the berries and place in the bottom of your glass, then pour the yogurt blend over the top, mixing ever so gently. Enjoy! Adapted from Good Cooking with Jill Dupleix.
I made this with my children after trying to find something they could help with in the kitchen. They had this for breakfast and made more and more batches until I ran out of watermelon! Can also be frozen for an ice block or sorbet-type dessert
Take me back to the Caribbean! Ripe mangoes are important for that Caribbean flavor, buy them in advance and allow them to ripen. The mango flavor is balanced by banana, lime juice and dark rum. Yum! Credit goes to Ina Garten.