Kiwi Ka Panna Recipe is a simple Indian style sherbet made with charred or roasted kiwis, flavored with fresh mint sprigs and black salt. For the country where summers are scorching, clammy and extended till late August, refreshing homemade drinks are necessity to resist the soaring high heat. With last bottle of homemade Aam Panna already half way through gulped by the sweltering souls and raw mango becoming a rare sight, we decided to make Kiwi Ka Panna. In India, Aam Ka Panna is a popular summer drink made with sweet and sour raw mango, the recipe of Kiwi Ka Panna is inspired from the same. The plenty of kiwis sitting in our basket and slow depart of raw mangoes from the fruit vendor stall sparked an idea to churn up an Indian style sherbet out of these Chinese Gooseberries.
There is an eternal comfort in enjoying a glass of homemade sherbet during the summer evening with family. The sound of clinging glasses filled with one or the other in house special drink with lots of ice cubes and a cooling breeze from the garden is how I remember summer from the childhood. The family favorite summer drinks were Rooh Afza, Nimbu Pani or overtly sweetened litchi squash, sweet, chilled and thirst quenching. The evening chatter with cousins used to be prolonged till twilight while sipping the sherbets followed by a game of hide and seek. The summer for me is no more so enticing, the tradition of enjoying sherbets with family in the evening is already a story of the past. With restless work schedules we all find our solace and comfort in readymade bottled drinks. Still every year I sneak out some time to prepare a batch or two of the homemade drinks to relive with each glass the bygone days of summer spent in the ancestral family house.
Here is the recipe of how to make Kiwi Ka Panna:
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