Soothe A Cough And Sore Throat With This Easy-To-Make Ginger-Honey-Lemon Drops At Home


Do you remember how our mother or grandmother did a lot of home remedies to cure cold and flu in winter? As the temperature drops, our bodies react in different ways and sometimes we feel sick with colds, coughs and other common ailments. At that time our elders used to give us food made with ginger, honey or lemon because they have medicinal properties. So, if you are looking for this kind of remedy to get rid of sore throat or cough, Chef Pankaj Bhaduria has a recipe for ginger, honey and lemon zest.

(Also read: Drink these four ingredient healing drinks to fight cold and flu this winter)

Here’s how you can make it at home:


1) Ginger – 1

2) Lemon – 1

3) Sugar – 6 cups

4) Honey – 2 tablespoons

How to make ginger-honey-lemon drops?

1) First grate the ginger and squeeze out the juice with a sieve. Set aside.

2) Grease a plate with a little oil and set aside. Take a pan and heat it. Add about half a cup of sugar and keep stirring until it melts. Turn off the heat.

3) Now, mix about 2 tablespoons of extracted ginger juice with the same amount of honey and about one tablespoon of lemon juice. Mix well.

4) Then continue to take a tablespoon of the prepared mixture and place it separately on the greased plate. After a while, you will notice that the droplets have hardened. You can pack them in a transparent cover just like most toffees.

(Also read: How Besan Ka Shira Effectively Helps Cure Colds And Coughs)

Check out Chef Pankaj Bhaduria’s recipe here:

Homemade recipes are always healthy and wholesome. Chef Pankaj Bhadauria shares such useful recipes from time to time. A while ago, he showed me how to make cheese at home so that you don’t have to rely on the market packaged things that are full of preservatives. Click here to learn how to make cheese at home.

In addition to the recipes, Chef Pankaj Vadauria also shared tips on various kitchen-related activities. A few months ago, he shared the exact technique of deep fry food. In an Instagram post, he wrote, “Deep frying is the golden rule,” and shared a video. So, the next time you want to eat a bowl of pakoras or french fries, check out the deep-frying tips from Chef Pankaj Bhaduria. Click here to learn more about it.

Follow these recipes and tips and let us know about your experience in the comments section.



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