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Paan Shots

The traditional Indian aftermint made with betel leaves , gulkand ( rose petal jam ) and fennel seeds , just got a makeover ! These Paan shots have the same all-time-favorite Paan flavor ,paired with the richness of ice cream. They are just delish.

There are always certain tradition in every family , mine was no different. After a heavy meal on occasions like Ganesh Chaturthi , Mahalaxmi puja , Diwali or Dashehra , my Dad used to get sweet Paan for everyone present.

And we kids used to get a teeny – tiny part of it to taste. Even with that bit of a taste test , I had somehow fallen in love with the traditional Meetha Paan .

The Indian restaurants used to serve Mukhwas to all there guests after a meal . And more often than not it used to be the Sweet Paan . I used to love it.

In the recent past , chefs started to give this olden golden pan a makeover , and we got served some yummy pan ice cream on a small stick as aftermint . Enjoyed these too , totally . No complaints .

The next update came in the form of these Paan Shots. These were just so yummy , with the same flavor , but the rich and creamy texture of ice cream and milk. I just fell in love with the Paan , all over again.

I had to try making it at home. And let me tell you , it is super easy to make . It’s a perfect Aftermint to serve your guests after any meal . I am sure everyone will just love these.

Sharing the recipe here! Enjoy !

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Paan Shots
Course drink
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 2 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Course drink
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 2 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a blender, roughly tear the betel leaves. Add gulkand , fennel seeds , ice cream, milk and ice cubes.
  2. Blend everything together.
  3. Refrigerate for 30 minutes. Serve in shot glasses , garnished with rose petals.
Recipe Notes

TIPS

  • You may add a few drops of edible green colour if you like.
  • You can even add a pinch of menthol to this preparation , to get the icy cool flavor.
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