Forget cold drinks, switch to refreshing Bel Sharbat this summer | Health Benefits of Bael Fruit The soft and mushy pulp of the Bel fruit has been used for medicinal benefits for many centuries all over the country. It is slightly tangy in taste and used to make many desserts and jaggery. Other than being a summer cooler, Bael Fruit offers many health benefits. Let's have a look at them….
From protein, beta- carotene, vitamins, thiamine to vitamin C, the pulp of Bel fruits contain many properties that help us fight the unwanted bacteria in the body. Especially during the escalating coronavirus pandemic, the fruit is recommended by many healthcare professionals to strengthen the immunity. ..
Bel fruit has vitamin C, beta carotene and some vitamin B that helps fight common diseases.
It prevents diarrhea by fighting dangerous bacteria.
Keeps skin infections at bay including fungal and viral infections.
🍊Bel/Bael Sharbat Recipe:
👉🏻Things You Need:
Bael fruit – 1 Medium SizedWater – 1 CupRoasted Cumin Powder – ½ SpoonBlack Salt – 2 Pinches
👉🏻Break open the shell of the Bel fruit and take out the soft pulp using a spoon.
👉🏻Remove the seeds and add 1 cup of water to this pulp in order to soak it for 10 minutes.
👉🏻Using a blender, make juice out of this pulp and strain it. Add cumin powder and black salt according to your taste.
👉🏻You can also add mint leaves to enhance the taste.
👉🏻Bel Sharbat can also be stored up to five days in the refrigerator. The best way is to store it in a glass container with an airtight seal.
*make sure to remove all the seeds before you blend as the seeds are very bitter