Celebration With Java Plum Punch

by 12:39 PM 26 comments


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Well actually it's not that, which you are thinking. But more than that. My Brother-in-law and my Cousin both get engaged on this last Sunday ( off-course not with each other :-) )
I am very much excited for their weddings because I am the elder one among them and it will be my first celebration after my wedding in both the houses.
In Indian tradition marriages are almost like a function for the family, it has lots of customs, shoppings, get together with great pomp and show.
So to celebrate this joy with you people I am sharing this seasonal favorite fruit punch of mine. Java Plum Punch, I tried this first time to my friend's party and I just loved its color, sweet & tangy flavor which will give unique flavor to your taste buds. An ultimate refresher for this rainbow season.



 
Ingredients: 

250 gm - Java Plum ( Jamun )

1 cup - Water

1 ½ tbsp - Sugar

2 tbsp - Lemon Juice

½ tsp - Black Salt

¼ tsp - Black Pepper Powder

1 Lemon Slice for garnish






Method: 
  • In a pan, boil the plums with sugar + water, on medium flame till they get softened properly.
  • Separate plums from water and let them cool.
  • After it is cooled down, De-seed the plums with the help of your fingers or knife.
  • Now blend the pulp with that strained water, which was left after boiling.
  • You will get bit thick juice, but if you want you can strain it again.
  • Add black salt, lime juice, black pepper according to your taste and refrigerate for few hours.
  • Serve chilled with a garnish of lemon.


 


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26 comments :

Sue Loncaric said...

This looks great and I bet it tastes delicious. I love your photos they make the punch look very tempting. Thanks for sharing with us at #WednesdaysWisdom

Rocket Looks said...

I just love your comments Sue Loncaric . You are sweet and tangy like this punch :-)

Lushani said...

Great post Ritu! I love the colors.. Would definitely make this..

Lisa Ehrman said...

What a beautiful punch! I've never seen a Plum Punch, and I'm sure everyone would love this for a reception :) Thanks for sharing at Together on Tuesdays!

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Lisa and Lushani for such a great appreciation and leaving a comment.

Jas said...

OMG, I'm loving the color! I bet it tastes amazing! Thanks for linking up with us at Thursday Favorite Things!

Nigel Higgins said...

It looks absolutely delicious great post thanks for linking to the Binkylinky

Rocket Looks said...

Thanks Jas and Nigel for leaving a kind appreciation to my blog :-)

Helen Fern said...

I love pepper with fruit. Thanks for sharing on the What's for Dinner Sunday linky!

Reimer Ruby said...

That sounds like a good drink... Ive not really tried plum punch myself, so I might give this a go at some point. #mummymonday

Debra Clark said...

What a gorgeous punch! I love plum and think it gets overlooked often in the fruit world. :D Looks delicious!

Sandy Sandmeyer said...

What a lovely colored drink. Thank you for sharing your recipe at the #AnythingGoes Link Party.

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Helen, Sandy and Reimer for stopping by and leaving a comment. You guys too had a great blog :-)
Thanku Debra Clark, try this and share your experience .

Lela Burris said...

Yum! This sounds delicious and I love the color! Thanks for sharing at Inspiration Thursday! Have a great week!

Amy Ngai said...

Great recipe. I love the colour in the drink! Thanks for sharing. #ConfessionsLinkUp

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku Lela and Amy for stopping by and leaving a comment.
I also loved its color so much, that I could not resist to share on my blog :-)

Sue Loncaric said...

Love the colour and I'm sure it tastes delicious. Thanks for sharing with us at #WednesdaysWisdom

Hannah Spannah CB said...

Such an interesting drink. I've never seen anything like it. Can you taste the pepper in it? Thank you for linking up with #featurefridays

April J Harris said...

How exciting for your family to have two weddings coming up! That is lovely news. Your Java Plum Punch sounds delicious - I like that it has pepper in it - it would add such an interesting, zesty flavour! Thank you for sharing with us at Hearth and Soul.

Bethan Sian said...

mmmm looks delicious. Never tried this before. Looks lovely though xxx


Thanks so much for linking up with #justanotherlinky :) Hope to see you again this week x

Rocket Looks said...

Yes Hannah a bit, just to give some spicy tangy twist to punch.
You must try this Bethan and Sue , you will love it. It is easy to make.
Yes April J Harris, we are very much excited for their wedding and you must give it a try. You will absolutely like it.

Amy Lee said...

This looks so yummy! I can't wait to give it a try!

Rocket Looks said...

Sure Amy , it's indeed a very refreshing and attractive drink,

Raising Samuels said...

What a beautiful drink and it looks amazing! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday this week. Hope to see you link up again this week :)

Rocket Looks said...

Yes raising Samuels, it's a great refreshing drink.

Kirsten Toyne said...

This looks great. I love plums.