Tuesday, May 24, 2016

ROSE SYRUP

If there is one drink that is most often enjoyed during the Month of Ramadaan, in many Muslim South African homes, it would most definitely be 'Milkshake' . Now I don't mean the 'over-the-top' varieties that have emerged these days, I mean just a regular milkshake that is prepared using 'Rose Syrup'. 

These syrups are usually bought in bottled forms, and can last a while.  These pics and Recipe I share today, were actually archived in our facebook page last year, so without further delay, let me blog this post, so you too can now Make This Syrup at HOME...YOU WILL NEVER HAVE TO BUY ANOTHER BOTTLE AGAIN!!! 



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Rose Syrup (for Milkshake)

 5 cups sugar. 
1L water. 
Bottel red colour 30 ml. 
30ml rose essence.

~ Soak sugar overnight
~ In the morning boil on high and simmer rapidly for half an hour. 
~ Add colour and rose essence. 
~ Cool well and Bottle 
(RECIPE adapted from Halaal Foods)- Kindly Shared on by Saira Sultan💕
- Add the syrup, as little or much as you prefer, to fresh milk, stir well. 

Thank you for sharing on your pics Aunty Asiah and Faadila󾬏💕💕


# NOTES BY WATALOTWEGOT#
- Add 1 teaspoon of Cardamom Powder (elachie powder) for a slight variation in taste.
- For the elachie flavour syrup, try tinting the syrup green, instead of red.