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Paneer Soda: A Recipe From A Follower G.S.K

Written By Srimathi Mani on Monday, May 28, 2012 | 4:30 PM


I was looking through my blog post for marmalade and I saw this comment today. I do not know how I let a comment like that slip me, but I am glad that I noticed it now. In 2009, I got a comment from Mr. G.S.K and he had given me this paneer soda recipe then. Felt really bad that I had not posted his recipe earlier. Thank you Mr. G.S.K for this recipe, we enjoyed the paneer soda because it was very refreshing. It has the flavor of rose milk, but it is very light and has a very fresh taste. If you like and enjoy the rose essence flavor this one might just be the drink that you might want to try.


Gadgets:

Glass
Measuring Cups and Spoons

These photos are being sent to Black and White Wednesdays hosted by Sra


Ingredients:

Rose Essence - a few drops ( Rose Water - 1 tsp, which also works)
Sugar - 3 tbsp
Ice Cubes - as required
Soda - 1 cup


Preparation:

1. Add some soda, sugar and essence and allow for  the sugar to dissolve.

2. Add the ice cubes and the remaining soda and serve.



19 comments:

  1. my sister love this drink a lot, homemade sounds great...love all your pics! beautiful!!
    Spicy Treats

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  2. Cooling and refreshing drink,love having it.

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  3. truly tempting..excellent presentation
    Tasty Appetite

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  4. Excellent n easy drink for this summer...

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  5. Paneer soda looks really tempting.

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  6. A refreshing drink.. glad to follow you..

    http://jopreet.blogspot.com/

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  7. very quick to make and so refreshing ..great

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  8. Flavourful and super refreshing soda, love the simplicity of this fabulous drink.

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  9. This is a really nice panel of b & w photos. Thanks for the entry!

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  10. its really been ages since i had this :).. loved the glass.. its really good to make them at home, now that i know how to do it from u :)

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  11. wow! i love this. Nice pics and a wonderful recipe.

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  12. So lovely!
    http://www.followfoodiee.com

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  13. Lovely clicks and a cool recipe..

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  14. Perfect for the summer heat.

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