A healthy and refreshing drink, with the goodness of jaggery, imli, ginger and edible camphor and can be had hot or chilled. This herbal drink is made as a part of bhog during â€˜Rama Navamiâ€™, a Hindu festival. It is also being served in South Indian weddings especially after the main function â€˜Muhurthamâ€™. A wonderful option to serve in parties as an appetizer or as a welcome drink.
Instead of imli, we can use lemon juice also. But, I have sticked to the authentic method of preparing paanagam in my family.
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