Weekends are for relaxation so if you are looking for a healthy and notorious drink to aid relaxation, you might want to consider Zobo drink. Zobo drink is a great drink, for those who love to taste traditional drink recipe, you should give it a trial.
The Zobo drink is a Nigerian name for this drink and its name changes as you move around the world, for example it is called Rosella in Australia, Jamaican It comes with a lot of nutritional benefits, at Carribean, people call it Sorrel, while in Sudan, it is called Karkade. That shows that it is highly appreciated all around the world.
This drink is made from dried calyxes (sepal) of hibiscus plant flower. It is a tasty and refreshing drink which can be taken hot or cold, it is best served when cold though. It is a very nutritious drink which contains water soluble antioxidant and huge amounts of vitamin C and anti-hypertensive properties.
Zobo drink is very easy to make and not too expensive. It is quite flexible too as people can determine their recipe as they wish. It can also be served in various ways and majorly with snacks just like some other soft drinks.
To make this refreshing drink this weekend, these are what you need…
- I cup of Zobo leaves
- 1 cup of pineapple juice
- 1 teaspoon of mustard seeds
- 1 teaspoon of cloves
- 1 teaspoon of Allspice
- 1 tablespoon of chopped ginger roots
- Sugar or any sweetener to taste
For this weekend, here is a video on how to make zobo drink
Source- Lola’s Chef
Zobo drinks is a total package in one tasty, nutritious and refreshing. It is a drink that satisfy and quenches thirst.
How do you prepare your Zobo drink? What ingredient makes your Zobo drink special? Share with us in the comment box your ideas and special steps you take when preparing this Zobo drink.
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