3 bananas (the small variety)
¼ cup chopped apple
2 tbsp nannari syrup
2 cup chilled water
Step 1 – Peel the bananas and mash it well using a fork.
Step 2 – To the mashed bananas, add the chopped apple cubes and nannari syrup.
Step 3 – Squeeze some lemon juice into it and add chilled water.
Step 4 – Mix well. The refreshing Pazham Sarbath is ready to serve!
PS – Any fruits of choice can be added along with the bananas.
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