Jeera/Cumin in Lime Juice a remedy for upset stomach

A simple remedy to upset stomach is cuminised lime juice. There are a number of medicinal properties of Cumin, one among them is to cure upset stomach.


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Ingrediants:

Lemon Juice: 2 tbsp

Jeera : 1 tbsp

Pepper Powder: 1/2 tsp

Ginger grated: 1/2 tsp

Water: 1 big glass (300ml)

Salt

Prep Work: Coarsley grind cumin and salt in a pessel and mortar. Grate ginger.

Take jeera, slat, ginger in 300ml water and mix thoroughly. Keep it aside for 10mins. Filter the water to get cuminised water or you can use it as such with cumin.


How to make it:

Add lemon juice and pepper to cuminised water and mix thorougly. Adjust salt to your taste and serve/drink immediately.


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To make cuminised buttermilk:

Jeera : 1 tbsp

Greenchilli: 1 small

coriander leaves: 3 lines

Grated ginger: 1 tabsp

Asafoetida: 1 pinch

Salt


How to make:

Blend the above ingrediants in a blender and store in the fridge. It can stay for a month if stored in airtight container in the refrigerator.

Take one spoonfull of the mixture and mix it with 300ml buttermilk. Set it aside for 15 mins before it can be consumed. You can choose to filter it or drink it as such.

This is my entry to Sunita's spice event 'Think Spice Think Cumin'

16 comments:

Roopa said...

nice entry Lakshmi! jeera drink i love it anytime!

Taste of Mysore said...

Me too! Jeera drink is always welcomed!

sunita said...

Lakshmi, thanks for the soothing entry...glad you could participate.

Aruna said...

TOM, Thats a quick & easy remedy!! Good entry :-)

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Sharmi said...

that is a very useful post and nice entry too. can we use ginger powder?

SeeC said...

Great entry. Should be tasting great

Prema Sundar said...

lime juice with cumin is sure a good remedy for upset stomach.
I liked the idea of making powder for buttermilk... I add the same ingredients u had mentioned for making buttermilk...but belnding them and storing is new to me.. thanks.
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Richa said...

wow! what a lovely soothing drink, love it!

Pragyan said...

Hi Lakshmi, Thanks for visiting my blog. This drink sounds delicious and refreshing...

Taste of Mysore said...

@ Sunitha,
Many thanks for dropping by. I love Cumin and had all reasons to participate.

Taste of Mysore said...

@ Aruna,

howdu aruna bahala bega madbahudu. swalpa soda haaki kudidre innu tampaguthe hottege.

Taste of Mysore said...

@ Sharmi,

Oh yes Sharmi, you can use ginger powder. Since I dont keep ginger powder at home I always prefer to use fresh ginger.

Taste of Mysore said...

SeeC,

It tastes very refreshing, and your stomach will love to receive that drink!

Taste of Mysore said...

@ Prema,
Thanks Prema. I make the mix once in 15 days, I have 2 big fans of buttermilk at home. I need that in my pantry.

Taste of Mysore said...

@ Richa,

Thanks girl. It is a lovely drink...try it sometimes

Taste of Mysore said...

@ PRAGYAN,

Thanks pragyan. wonder tonic to upset stomach with full of gas!