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Alternative names include shikanji, shikanjbi and shikanjbeen. While the base ingredients include lemon or lime juice, ginger juice, ice and water, shikanjvi often contains other ingredients such as salt, saffron and cumin.
It is also known by limun paani or nimbu pani.
Recipe for making a glass of Shikanjvi.
Ingredients: 2 lemons (squeezed to make lemon juice), one little chunk of ginger, one or two teaspoons of sugar (raw if possible), half a teaspoon of salt and half a teaspoon of pepper.
Process: Pour cold drinking water in a glass. Add the lemon juice, ginger, sugar, salt and pepper. Shake it vigorously. Your refreshing glass of Shikanjvi is ready to drink. This is a traditional recipe, however people can experiment using mint leaves, rose water etc.
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