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Dadi Special saunf Mukhwas Recipe (Fennel Seeds premix is a mouth freshener)

My dadi Nani recipe series continues

Saunf mukhwas is from my dadi's recipe book and I got the recipe from dad. He knows a lot of his mom's secret recipes because he has enjoyed them fully. Back in those days, they did not have any toffees or chocolates to relish. So dadi would make a digestive powder using flavorful fennel or saunf and blend it with khus khus ( poppy seeds), pepper, badam ( almonds) to make a lip-smacking product sweetened with dhage wali mishri ( crystallized sugar with thread). She would emphasize the cooling properties of these sugar crystals.
saun mukhwas recipe easy

You may enjoy it as a summer coolant drink or chew 1 tsp of this heavenly powder post-meal to aid in digestion. Don't overdo. Brush your teeth too.
Enter 2023, we (I) no longer buy refined sugar , which is only empty calories but for this summer special cooling powder, dad gives me a few blocks of crystallized sugar so I can enjoy the benefits of dadi di recipe.

Dadi's SECRET Instant Saunf Sharbat Premix Recipe [Fennel Seeds Drink is A Summer Coolant]

This video is your answer to the following queries:

Which Sharbat is best for digestion? Saunf sharbet is a summer coolant and helps with digestion too How do you use fennel powder? follow this recipe What is the benefits of saunf? It is a coolant and helps in salivation, which further aids digestion. here are fennel benefits.

Fennel Benefits

"Often used as a mouth freshener, fennel is a time-tested ancient herbal remedy for digestion. Belonging to the parsley family, fennel is a powerhouse of metabolism-boosting nutrients and rich in vitamins, including B1, B2, B3, and minerals.Surprisingly, it is packed with fiber, which makes it a natural appetite suppressant. Metabolism is the speed at which your body uses energy from food. What's more, fennel helps in the digestion of fats in liver and removes toxins from the body. SO what are you waiting for? Start chewing fennel seeds today to detoxify your body, freshen your breath, clear your sinus, and manage weight happily!!" What are the side effects of saunf? too much can cause your mouth to dry or even result in mouth ulcers. so this saunf powder combination blends some of the best cooling agents to cool your body. saunf sharbat recipe that seconds as a saunf mouth freshener too Ingredients 1/2 cup- fennel seeds 1 tsp- khus khus/poppy seeds/posto 1/2 tsp- white pepper corns/black 1/2 cup- mishri/crystallized sugar (which has cooling properties in summer) 5-7 green cardamom 1 tsp- homemade mint powder instant fennel premix recipe,saunf mouth freshener,saunf sharbat premix,saunf ka sharbat,Saunf Sharbat Premix Recipe,saunf ka sharbat instant,instant saunf ka sharbat,how to prepare fennel seeds drink,instant fennel premix,saunf ka sharbat masala kitchen,recipe of saunf sharbat,how to make saunf ka sharbat,how to make saunf sharbat,how to make mouth freshener,how to make mouth freshener in home,saunf mouth freshener recipe,how to make saunf mouth freshener,Saunf


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