15 Jan Ottoman Sherbet – Refreshing Ramadan Sherbet
In the Ottoman period, delicious sherbets special to Ramadan would take their place in both the iftar and sahar tables. You can also make a delicious sherbet that will relax your stomach at home with your own hands, and can easily be consumed in iftar or after iftar. You will love this Ramadan sherbet with its fragrance like Misler and delicious flavors. So how to make a refreshing Ramadan sherbet?
- 1 cup orange juice
- 1 cup cherry juice
- water glass raspberry juice
- 1 stick cinnamon
- 3 cloves
How to Prepare?
Mix 1 cup of orange juice, cherry juice and raspberry juice. Add 1 stick cinnamon and 3 cloves and boil for half an hour. After this process, wait for 3-4 hours in the fridge and serve.