Juice is a liquid prepared by squeezing or grinding fruits or vegetables. This liquid is fulfilling, healthy and hydrating, with other good effects as well. Juices are not made by heating the fruit or vegetable. It is considered that heat can destroy the beneficial nutrients of the fruit and vegetables.

Juices can both be sweet and savory.

In Ramadan, when there is a high chance of dehydration, juices come to the rescue to hydrate you and re-energize you for the next long day of fasting.

Here are 3 recipes from our side to make your Iftar interesting and healthy.

Mango juice

  • Mango, as required, peeled, cubed
  • Water
  • Ice cubes
  • Sugar, to taste


Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until desired consistency is reached. Add water in small quantities to control the consistency.

Guava juice

  • 1 cup guava, seeded, peeled
  • Sugar, to taste
  • Ice cubes, as required
  • Water, as required
  • 1 tsp ginger paste


Blend all ingredients until desired consistency is reached.

Tomato juice

  • Tomatoes
  • Salt, as required
  • Black pepper, as required


Boil some water. Make a cross on the tomatoes. Dip tomatoes in boiling water for a couple of minutes. Remove and peel the tomatoes. Remove seeds.

Blend tomatoes with spices in a blender. Add water only if the juice is too thick.




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