Hey everyone! My name is Riddhi Kothari and I am a food blogger who is passionate about making new dishes that are quick and easy to make at home.
I heard this “Cuppa” term in some café where they mean some hot drinks which were available to drink and this is a word from Britain. Whenever they gather together they have a hot cuppa and it sounds more native when you go to this country. Tea is a daily ritual for millions of Britons, so instead of saying every day “could you please give a hot cup of tea?”, they use this word cuppa. Even nowadays I have started using this term as its short and simple phrase, and I am sure after reading this even you are going to use this term.
So with that keeping in mind, I tried to make something delightful for you all. Today I am going to show you how to make this hot cuppa and the name of this hot cuppa is “HOT APPLE PUNCH”. This is a light and warm apple flavoured drink to slurp on a chilly day. This hot cuppa is perfect to have in the morning to wake you up and to keep you refreshed the whole day. It also has the natural sweetener which is apple juice in it, so in all this hot cuppa is really healthy and refreshing! As you know apple helps to brighten the skin but did you know that it reduces eye puffiness? And surprisingly it works as a natural toner to your skin. It also has potassium which regulates the nervous system. It has antioxidants, vitamin C and we all know that vitamin C is very important for our immune health, so make sure to have this drink at least twice a week. This drink has cinnamon too which enhances the flavour and is also very nutritious for our body.
RECIPE SERVINGS: 2
PREP TIME: 15 SECONDS
COOK TIME: 15 MINUTES
INGREDIENTS OF HOT APPLE PUNCH:
4 (500 gm) apples, medium
1 tbsp. ginger, coarsely chopped
½ tsp cinnamon (dal chini), broken
½ tsp of salt (as per taste)
¼ tsp crushed black pepper (kali mirch)
Lemon juice to taste
2 tbsp. of mint leaves
Ginger, julienned to taste (optional)
HOW TO MAKE THIS DELIGHTFUL APPLE PUNCH?
Firstly, Extract the apple juice and also peel ginger and grate it with a cheese grater to get a nice flavour to the tea.
Put the apple juice, cinnamon, salt, and black pepper in a pan and bring it to a boil on a medium flame.
Simmer for 2-3 minutes to infuse the flavours.
Divide the mint leaves and the grated ginger into four cups, and strain the hot liquid over it.
Finally, add a few drops of lemon juice and serve hot.
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Last Updated on September 7, 2021