Consume this drink during Sahari in Ramadan, its recipe is so easy

Ramadan, the holiest month of Islam, is starting from Friday. Ramadan is of 30 days. In which the people of the Muslim community keep fast. Along with fasting, worship Allah in these 30 days. Due to Roza, there is a rule of Sehri and Iftari. In which fasting is started by eating something before the sun rises. Then the fast is broken as soon as the sun sets. Between these two times nothing is eaten or drunk for the whole day. In such a situation, the fasting people need to take special care that they eat or drink such things due to Sehri and Iftari. So that not only energy remains throughout the day but also do not become a victim of dehydration. Drinking some special type of drink in Sehri in the morning can avoid feeling thirsty and dehydration throughout the day.  

Jallab is the most popular drink in Arab countries. Which is drunk in Sahari and Iftar. So that the body remains hydrated and energy remains throughout the day. Traditionally, it requires special types of fruits and their syrup to make it. But here is the easiest recipe to make it.

Ingredients for making the jallab:-
-10-12 dates(Khajur)
- 3 tsp turmeric powder
- Black salt 2 tsp
- 2 tsp cardamom powder
- Roasted cumin powder 1 tsp
- Salt to taste
- Water as per requirement
-Ice cubes
- Almonds finely chopped

Method of making jallab:-
Remove the palm seeds and put the dates(Khajur) in the mixer. Prepare the paste by adding a small amount of water. Now put this paste in a large jug and add tamarind pulp, black salt, water, roasted cumin powder, cardamom powder in it. Make all these things blend in a jar of mixer. Finally, put ice cubes in it and serve chilled.

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