Mint Coriander Leaves (Pudina Dhania) Juice

by Kamala on February 10, 2010


Mint_Coriander_Leaves_Pudina_Dhania_Juice_1 Yoga recommends to eat natural food for a healthy living. But preparing food without heat is a challenge as we are addicted to cooked food. Juices need no heating/cooking. It is better to take fresh juices.

When I attended yoga class few years back, they taught me so many dishes that need no cooking on fire. In the last day of the class, a feast was organized with natural foods. It was so tasty and healthy. I would like to share Mint Coriander Leaves (Pudina Dhania) Juice which I tasted there.

Cooking time: 10 minutes

Serves: 2


  • Fresh mint leaves – handful
  • Coriander leaves – handful
  • Ginger – small piece
  • Cardamom – 3 to 4 no
  • Fresh coconut grated – 2 table spoon
  • Jaggery chopped – 2 table spoon (adjust as per taste)
  • Lemon juice – few drops



  • Add jaggery in 1½ cups of water and keep it for 5 minutes; dissolve it and filter it to remove impurities if any.
  • In a mixer add mint leaves, coriander leaves, grated coconut, chopped ginger, cardamom and jaggery water.

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  • Blend it well and filter it.


  • Creamy mint flavored juice is ready. Can be chilled and served.



  • Those who don’t like coconut, can replace it with ½ cup milk.
  • Instead of jaggery, honey also can be used.

This post is part of “No Cook Event” hosted by Padmajha Sureshbabu of Seduce Your Tastebuds.

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