Dilruba Sharbat / Bael & Rose Sharbat

Dilruba Sharbat / Bael & Rose Sharbat

One of my husband’s friend has wood apple/ bael tree in his house. Whenever the seasons of wood apple is there, he brings a bag full of fruit. I love to eat it as such but my kids and husband don’t like the look of the pulp with gelatinous seeds in it. So they run away from it. But how can I spare them from not eating such a beneficial fruit so I make sharbat for them which they drink without a fuss, in fact they love to drink it.

Bael has so many medicinal properties that all parts of the tree are used for medicinal purpose. But among all, bael juice has the maximum benefits. It is good for digestion, relieves constipation, has antimicrobial and anti inflammatory properties. It is good for heart health like reduces cholesterol, prevents heart attack and strokes, reduces blood sugar level etc to name a few.

Now coming to my today’s recipe which I’m sending for blogging marathon under the theme ‘drinks‘, It is a very simple but cool sharbat made from bael pulp and rose syrup.

Since I have used rose syrup in it and rose is generally given to show your love and this sharbat is made from bael that is good for heart,  so is the name ‘DILRUBA

Dilruba Sharbat

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Dilruba Sharbat / Bael & Rose Sharbat
Prep Time 5 min
Prep Time 5 min
  1. Wash the bael or wood apple with water.
  2. Then break the bael fruit and scrape out the pulp.
  3. Soak ¼ cup of pulp in water for 15 minutes.
  4. Start mashing the pulp in the water and make a uniform sharbat solution.
  5. Strain the pulp through a strainer.
  6. Add rose syrup and stir to mix it.
  7. Add ice cubes and enjoy it chilled.
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I am sending this recipe for Blogging Marathon #89 Week 1 Day 2

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Sending this to Srivalli’s Kid’s Delight event, guest hosted by Mayuri, themed on “Drinks” for Kids.


24 thoughts on “Dilruba Sharbat / Bael & Rose Sharbat

  1. It seems to be quite refreshing.I have never thought that the combination of these two ingredients can be enjoyed as a wonderful drink……thanks for such a healthy drink

  2. We get this fruit only during Ganesh Chturthi time. And I don’t really like the taste. Yours is an amazing idea to use up the fruit and I am sure I would love it in Sherbath form…

  3. I remember seeing it in India only during Ganesh Chaturthi as Gayathri mentioned. That drink sounds like a wonderful one and what an interesting name for this colorful beverage.

  4. I would be one of those who cannot eat the fruit, but if I got a glass of that drink I would surely enjoy it. The next time the fruit is in season I will try this drink.

  5. I have never tasted Bael and we don’t get it around here.But with the rose flavor and the pretty pink color of the drink, I am guessing it must have been absolutely delicious!

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