Ramadan 2020: No roadside iftar, drink homemade watermelon juice
In the summer season, watermelon juice stalls were seen everywhere, but due to the lockdown caused by the coronavirus, this Ramadan is also not the same as before with no roadside iftar.
During Ramadan, people like to drink chilled watermelon juice in Iftar, and because it is the watermelon season, surely many people will be tempted to drink watermelon juice in this hot weather.
Serve refreshing homemade watermelon juice to your family for Iftar in Ramadan, and here is a very simple recipe:
- Black salt
- Lemon juice
Cut the watermelon into pieces, separate the seeds and put it in a grinder, now add a little water, black salt, lemon juice and sugar and grind.
Then take the juice out of the grinder and filter it with a muslin cloth to separate the pulp and the syrup.
Then put ice cubes in a glass and pour the juice over it, lemons can be added to your liking to add more flavor.
Serve delicious homemade watermelon juice to family at Iftar this summer.
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