If you live in India or ever been to India, you must be familiar of the word “Paan”. Paan or commonly known as Betel leaves is eaten by people as a mouth refresher. In India you will find variety of Paan leaves. People eat it with chunna/supari or people like me – eat Meetha Paan filled with gulkand, sauf, tutti-frutti, peppermint and no supari 😛
In this recipe post we are not going to make the actual paan, instead we are going to prepare a quick paan drink. It’s refreshing and can be served to your guests as a mouth fresher.
Few days back, I visited a restaurant with my family and there they offered us this in shot glasses. I absolutely loved the idea and thought why not give it a try at home. After a few hit and trials, finally got that perfect flavour I was looking for. The idea behind having this Paan shot is to get the flavour of actual paan.
This recipe is pretty simple, easy and you will find the ingredients easily available in the market. People who live in India can easily find Betel leaves in any Paan shop. Try this recipe for your kitty parties or even for Diwali and serve it to your guests and friends.
Let’s get started.