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Piyush

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    • 5 mins
    • Serves 3
    • Easy

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    Piyush, which translates roughly to honey, is a creamy, thick and aromatic summertime beverage a staple in Gujarati diets. Gujarat is the western most state of India and is home to many varied cultures and religious groups. This diversity and cohesiveness is ever present in the culinary traditions of the region. This spiced drink is perfect for fasting, because a single cup is very filling. It is often served cold in a clay pot, to cool you from the summer’s heat. Don’t miss this special treat, make yourself a batch today!

    Health Benefits

    The main ingredient in this dish is yogurt. For hundreds of year humans have consumed yogurt for its positive affect on health. Studies show yogurt was found to reduce the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis, and even aids in weight management. It contains nearly every nutrient a body needs, including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and potassium. Yogurt provides an impressive amount of protein, about 12 grams with each glass. Probiotics are found in many types of yogurt, which are great for digestive health, promoting healthy gut flora. Make sure your choice of yogurt contains these live bacteria for the healthiest cup of Piyush you can drink. Beat the summer heat by packing your favourite juice in a Vaya Drynk and enjoy the chilled Drynk on the go!

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    How to make Piyush

    1. Whisk curd, milk, saffron infused milk, shrikhand, cardamom powder, nutmeg powder, kewra water and sugar in a mixing bowl.
    2. Pour into small clay pots (matkas) and refrigerate for 2-3 hrs.
    3. Garnish with saffron and sliced pistachios and serve.

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