Oo Mugi Sattu Ka Namkeen Sharbat[ Salted Spicy Barley Drink]

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Sattu is a flour made of either roasted gram , pulses or barley.It is used in regional cuisines mainly in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar & Punjab. It is commonly served during breakfast as porridge or as sweet or sour drink. It can also be used as stuffing for parathas or batti{litti}. This time I have made Barley Sattu using Oo Mugi Healthy & Tasty Barley Grains sent to me by GO India Organic in association with Plattershare.Here I am sharing a savory , sour & tangy drink which is excellent to beat the scorching sun....do definitely give it a try
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 2


  • Barley[Oo mugi] Sattu : 2tbsp
  • Fresh Green Mint Leaves: 8-10
  • Fresh Coriander Finally Chopped: 1tsp
  • Dried Mint Powder: 1tsp
  • Roasted Cumin Powder : 1 tsp
  • Black Salt : 1 tsp
  • Salt
  • Green Chili Finally Chopped : As per Taste
  • Black Pepper Powder : 1/2 tsp
  • Lemon Juice : 2 tbsp


  • Dry roast barley [omugi] on medium flame till 4-5 min stirring continuously.Grind it to a fine powder when it is stil warm.
  • Now mix this powder in two glass of water keeping in mind there should not be any lumps formed. Now mix rest of the ingredients mentioned above. Stir well. Keep it in refrigerator till it cools.
  • Sattu ka sharbat is ready. Serve with ice if you need it chill.


  • You will have to run your mixer two three times to get fine barley powder
  • In the same drink you can add little sugar too to get a sweet & sour flavor.

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  1. I have used Sattu in paratha but never as a drink…and very well remember when my grandma used to make sattu laddos for summer holidays… Refreshing memory refreshing drinks5 stars

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