Nungu Nannari Sorbet

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Nungu Nannari Sorbet is a delicious summer drink, made with the best of the summer produce. I was able to get tender nungu seeds, that were silky and soft. The water was so sweet as well. The seeds were soft, so I had to scoop into it and remove the flesh. We always have Nannari Syrup stocked. So making this drink was a breeze.

Since we always get the Nannari syrup, I never attempted to make it myself. With lemon juice, this drink tastes super delicious. And the new touch was this tender nungu flesh.

If you have never tasted Nungu, you are missing something. Try this drink if you can access these ingredients, it really tastes out of the world. If you want to read more on Nungu, check this out.

Sending this to my Kid’s Delight event, guest hosted by Amara, themed on Summer Coolers.

Nungu Nannari Sorbet

Nungu Nannari Sorbet

Nungu Nannari Sorbet made with the best of the summer produce, is a delicious summer cooler that is very healthy for the hot season.
Course Drinks
Cuisine India
By Cook Method No Cook
Occasion Summer
By Diet Kid Friendly
Dish Type Under 5 Ingredients
Author Srivalli

Ingredients

  • 2 seeds Nungu / Palm Fruit
  • 14/ cup Nannari Syrup
  • 1 tsp Lemon Juice
  • Water as required
  • Ice Cubes as required.

Instructions

  • Crush the tender nungu seeds, add to the serving glass.
  • Pour the nannari syrup and squeeze in lemon juice.
  • Add water as required along with ice cubes.
  • Serve right away.

Notes

Nungu Nannari Sorbet made with the best of the summer produce, is a delicious summer cooler that is very healthy for the hot season.
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9 comments

  1. Nungu is at its peak season. The ones you have bought looks so tender. I can imagine the combination of nungu, sharbath and lemon. Totally yum..

  2. I have never heard of this fruit.. is this fruit native to southern india? Somehow it reminds me of bel ka sharbat because the final colour looks similar. Surely must be very cooling for the body.

  3. oh my i so miss nungu here, the other day when i checked in the market they costed a bomb, shopkeeper laughed at my surprise and joked madam it comes by plane!
    sarbath looks super cool valli! wish i could get some here!! 🙂

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