500gm aamla(Indian Gooseberry),
Step 1: Cut aamla into long pieces.
Step 2: Take clean glass jar and add water, salt, turmeric powder and cut aamla pieces.
Step 3: Close the lid of the jar and shake the bottle gently.
Step 4: Leave this jar two days as it is.
Step 6: Leave in the sun for at least two day.
Step 6: After two days aamla becomes totally dry and very small in pieces.
Step 7: Heat two tbsp ghee in pan and add dry aamla pieces.
Step 8: Stirring continuously for 5-6 minutes.
Step 9: You can store this for one year also.
Aamla Sarbat (Sorbet)
500 gm boiled aamla pieces,
200 gm sugar,
Salt for taste.
Step 1: Crush the boiled aamla pieces with sugar, salt and one glass water.
Step 2: Drain and pour into a bottle or glass and store in freeze.
Step 3: When you need sorbet then take 4-5 tbsp this material and add enough water and ice cubs.
Enjoy ver healthy and very taste drink.:)
Sweet aamla (Indian Gooseberry)
Step 1: Wash the aamla and cut in to pieces.
Step 2: Add enough water in cooker bottom and steam aamla pieces.
Step 3: After a 5 minutes aamla color is change and they are soft.
Step 4: Turn off the flame and take in another plate.
Step 5: Heat the thick bottom pan and add water and sugar in it.
Step 6: Stirring continuously for 5-6 minutes.
Step 7: In law flame add aamla pieces.
Step 8: Stirring well until material become thick.
Step 8: Turn off the flame and rest this aamla for 2-3 hours as it is.
Step 9: After 2-3 hours take this aamla in flat plate.
Step 10: Leave in the sun for at least one day untill the aamla become dry.
Step 11: You can eat 2-3 pieces after taking dinner or lunch.
* A good source of vitamin C, potassium and bioflavonoids.
* Fair amounts of iron and vitamin A.
* High in fiber, low in calories.
* Their tartness is usually offset with large amounts of added sugar.