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Brazilian Lemonade Recipe


Lemonade
Brazilian Lemonade

Ingredients:

- 4-5 Fresh Limes (preferably Tahiti limes)

- 1/2 cup Granulated Sugar (adjust to taste)

- 4 cups Cold Water

- 1/2 cup Sweetened Condensed Milk

- Ice Cubes

Instructions:

1.Wash the limes thoroughly under running water. Cut off the ends of each lime, then cut them into small chunks. Remove any seeds.

2. In a blender, combine the lime chunks, granulated sugar, condensed milk and 2 cups of cold water. Blend on high speed until the limes are completely pulverized and the mixture is smooth.

3. Place a fine-mesh strainer over a large bowl or pitcher. Pour the blended lime mixture through the strainer to remove any pulp and solids. Use a spoon to press down on the pulp to extract all the liquid.

4. Pour the strained mixture back into the blender. Blend again until the mixture and strain again.

5.Taste the Brazilian lemonade and adjust the sweetness if needed. You can add more sugar if you prefer it sweeter, or more lime juice if you like it tarter.

6.Transfer the blended mixture into a large pitcher. Stir in the remaining 2 cups of cold water. Mix well to combine everything evenly.

7. Fill glasses with ice cubes. Pour the Brazilian lemonade into the glasses.

9. Garnish each glass with a slice of lime or a sprig of mint for a fresh touch.

10. Serve immediately and enjoy this refreshing and creamy Brazilian Lemonade!

Tips:

- For the best flavor, use fresh and ripe limes. Tahiti limes are traditional for Brazilian lemonade.

 

Brazilian lemonade is a perfect accompaniment to barbecues, picnics, or any summer gathering. It's a delightful and refreshing drink that everyone will love!


Enjoy this creamy, tangy, and sweet Brazilian Lemonade, known for its unique and irresistible flavor!

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