Mint lemonade is a refreshing drink for hot summer days and a “must” for picnics.Serves 4.
- 6 Tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 8 Tbsp sugar
- ¼ cup fresh mint leaves
- ½ tsp salt
- 1 tsp black salt optional
- ½ tsp ground black pepper
- 32 oz cold water
- ⅛ tsp roasted ground cumin powder to garnish
- Mint leaves to garnish
- Ice cubes
- Blend the mint leaves and lemon juice into paste. Add sugar, salt, black salt, and black pepper. Blend together.
- Mix the lemonade solution with water and pour over ice. Garnish with mint leaves and cumin powder.
Every ingredient in this recipe can be adjusted to your taste. Variations
- Replace water with soda water.
- Add 1 tablespoon of fresh ginger juice.
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26 thoughts on “Mint Lemonade”
Ever since my holiday in Miami where I first tasted mint lemonade I’ve been searching for a good recipe. This one seems to be IT! Will try this in Summer- can’t wait!!
My absolute fav and I share this recipe with everyone.
It’s looking very tasty… I will try it….:)
Do you strain this or are the blended leaves part if the drink? Just wondering? Thanks!
Blrnded leaves are part of the drink.
hi manjula aunty
it’s very good
The picture itself looks so refreshing. I have never made one but will soon. With the summer on and its around 42 degrees of temperature this drink is really required. Also, i think its muchhhh better that packed and can drinks.
Manjula, really some great recipes in here.
Thanks a lot for providing such valuable information on all kinds of Indian Recepies. Am newly married and everyday i try out something new from your website. That’s how i impress my husband B’coz as its very commonly said that ” THE WAY TO A MAN’s HEART IS THRU HIS STOMACH ” …. 🙂
Man..this lemonade recipe really worked my family thought that I bought it from a resturant! Manjula thanks for helping me inspire my family.
Makram . A
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I am a frequent visitor of ur website. Your receipes are too good.
I love them.
Your website is like a bible for me 🙂
i love to cooking when i free and invite to my friends.i serve you recipies to my friends they enjoy it alot.pls post an other more recipies.
ur mint lemonade is awesome…. can please tell me how to make suanf ka pani ? I had in some party but dont have the recepie…. if u can help me please…
Where is the video?
I can see picture only.
For lemonade I have just recipe and picture.
how ru i think ur recipies r to good . i tried mint lemonade yesterday
in the evening it was really good n refreshing
thanks a lot ,,,,,,, can u plz tell me wat is zucchini in hind or kannada
hey auntie…………..my friends are coming 4 a birthday party,what should i make 4 them????????
YOUR RECEPIES ROCK 🙂
For whom you are having birthday party and how many friends coming. I am giving this suday small chat party. Menu is papdi chat, chola tikki. pani puri and gulab jamun.
hello aunty…can i make it a day before,referigarete it…
normally my kids don’t like these type of drinks but yesterday I tried it was great all were happy thanks a tons
I tried this today, it was most refreshing! I was surprised at how well the pepper and cumin went with the lemonade. I never would have thought of such a wonderful twist to one of my favorite drinks, thank you!!
i think yur recipies are just too good…..and the best part is they are veg, me being a jain….it helps a lot…it wud be great if u can post recipies of some western dishes as well…
I made your Zucchini rice twice and absolutely loved it.
I also tried your samosa recipe and so thats the best samosa recipe I ever found.
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