As the chills continue multiplying it might do us all some good to seek comfort in the familiar A winter favourite kaanji is ubiquitous this time of year especially because the deep black carrots needed to make this probiotic tonic are in season and making their presence felt on our store shelves Although this fermented drink has an acquired taste it s worth giving it a shot for its myriad immunity boosting benefits and msaggarwal makes a mean Black Carrot Kaanji that s simple straightforward and crammed with healthy goodness for the gut Ingredients Black Carrots 5 6 Water 2 ltrs Whole Red Chillies 4 5 Red Chilli Powder 2 tsp Mustard Powder 3 tbsp freshly ground Salt to taste Lime Salt 1 4 tsp Method Wash and chop the black carrots in the absence of black carrots use regular carrots and one beetroot for colour Place the black carrots skin intact in a clean dry glass jar and seal with an airtight lid Boil water then bring it down to a lukewarm temperature before pouring it into the jar Add in the remaining ingredients Give it a good mix and adjust the spice and salt as per taste Close the jar and leave the mixture in the sun for 3 4 days or a week at max depending on the strength of the sun Stir once every morning with a clean spoon When the kaanji tastes sour it is ready to strain and refrigerate before being enjoyed chilled Get your black carrot kaanji bounty at a Foodhall near you or by ringing us up on 8095031111 to place an order for safe and contactless home delivery

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As the chills continue multiplying, it might do us all some good to seek comfort in the familiar. A winter favourite, kaanji is ubiquitous this time of year, especially because the deep black carrots needed to make this probiotic tonic are in season...and making their presence felt on our store shelves! 😉

Although this fermented drink has an acquired taste, it's worth giving it a shot for its myriad immunity-boosting benefits, and @msaggarwal makes a mean Black Carrot Kaanji that's simple, straightforward, and crammed with healthy goodness for the gut.

Ingredients:-
- Black Carrots, 5-6
- Water, 2 ltrs
- Whole Red Chillies, 4-5
- Red Chilli Powder, 2 tsp
- Mustard Powder, 3 tbsp, freshly ground
- Salt, to taste
- Lime Salt, 1/4 tsp

Method:-
• Wash and chop the black carrots (in the absence of black carrots, use regular carrots and one beetroot for colour)
• Place the black carrots (skin intact) in a clean, dry glass jar and seal with an airtight lid
• Boil water, then bring it down to a lukewarm temperature before pouring it into the jar. Add in the remaining ingredients
• Give it a good mix and adjust the spice and salt as per taste
• Close the jar and leave the mixture in the sun for 3-4 days or a week at max depending on the strength of the sun
• Stir once every morning with a clean spoon
• When the kaanji tastes sour, it is ready to strain and refrigerate before being enjoyed chilled.

Get your black carrot kaanji bounty at a Foodhall near you or by ringing us up on 8095031111 to place an order for safe and contactless home delivery.

#Carrots #Probiotics #ProbioticDrink #FermentedFoods #FermentedDrinks #HealthyRecipes #HealthyDiet #HealthyLifestyle

As the chills continue multiplying, it might do us all some good to seek comfort in the familiar. A winter favourite, kaanji is ubiquitous this time of year, especially because the deep black carrots needed to make this probiotic tonic are in season...and making their presence felt on our store shelves! 😉 Although this fermented drink has an acquired taste, it's worth giving it a shot for its myriad immunity-boosting benefits, and @msaggarwal makes a mean Black Carrot Kaanji that's simple, straightforward, and crammed with healthy goodness for the gut. Ingredients:- - Black Carrots, 5-6 - Water, 2 ltrs - Whole Red Chillies, 4-5 - Red Chilli Powder, 2 tsp - Mustard Powder, 3 tbsp, freshly ground - Salt, to taste - Lime Salt, 1/4 tsp Method:- • Wash and chop the black carrots (in the absence of black carrots, use regular carrots and one beetroot for colour) • Place the black carrots (skin intact) in a clean, dry glass jar and seal with an airtight lid • Boil water, then bring it down to a lukewarm temperature before pouring it into the jar. Add in the remaining ingredients • Give it a good mix and adjust the spice and salt as per taste • Close the jar and leave the mixture in the sun for 3-4 days or a week at max depending on the strength of the sun • Stir once every morning with a clean spoon • When the kaanji tastes sour, it is ready to strain and refrigerate before being enjoyed chilled. Get your black carrot kaanji bounty at a Foodhall near you or by ringing us up on 8095031111 to place an order for safe and contactless home delivery. #Carrots #Probiotics #ProbioticDrink #FermentedFoods #FermentedDrinks #HealthyRecipes #HealthyDiet #HealthyLifestyle

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