BM #89 Week 1 Day 2 - 

Continuing the theme of Kid friendly healthy beverages suitable for the hot summer days, I picked up this nutritious drink for today. 

There are scores of recipes on the internet on how to make Sattu Ka Sharbath. Apparently it is very common in the states of Bihar and UP. 

As I came to understand, Sattu Flour is basically Roasted Gram Flour. Traditionally black chickpeas are roasted and powdered at home. I took the easy route by powdering the Roasted gram (Dalia/Putnalu) itself.  

Make sure to mix well before serving and while drinking too. The sattu flour tends to settle down at the bottom of the glass.

Ingredients - 

Sattu Flour 3 Tbsp
Water 2 glasses (about 500 ml)
Salt 1/4 tsp
Black Salt 1/4 tsp
Chaat Masala 1/4 tsp
Pepper Powder 1/4 tsp
Lemon Juice 3 tsp
Coriander Leaves, finely chopped
Mint Leaves, finely chopped

Method Of Preparation -

In a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients, mix well, adjust the taste as per preference.

Transfer into individual serving glasses and garnish with more coriander and mint leaves.


Sending this to Kid's Delight created by Srivalli and hosted by Mayuri this month.

Preparation Time 5 minutes
Serves 2
Posted by Harini R on Monday, June 4, 2018


  1. Sattu flour as the main ingredient of a drink is so surprising. It looks really good and I am sure tasted great.

  2. Srivalli Says:
  3. Ever since I read this recipe, I keep wondering how it might taste as we are quite familiar with eating the pappulu as such or as podi..I am yet to try my hand making this drink. I love how those fresh leaves have come to the top. Looks so classic Harini.

  4. Priya Suresh Says:
  5. Heard lot about this sharbath, but never had a chance to prepare or taste. Now i have a reason to prepare this drink. Yes its getting hot in Paris. Thanks for the share Harini.

  6. Heard about this beverage,but never tried.Must be a refreshing and delicious one..

  7. I had this sherbet on my trip to Bihar , and found it very powdery and thick , but I like your version it looks well made and delicious ,

  8. Suma Gandlur Says:
  9. Interesting one. My husband lived in Ranchi for a while and he was mentioning that the drink is sold on streets in the morning and people stand in lines to drink this. I always wondered how this tastes as well.

  10. I have heard of this sherbath before, but never tried it personally. The drink looks easy to make and really good for this heat.

  11. That is a different kind of drink. Perfect for summer and nutritious as well. Roasting the Dalia sounds like a good option to make it easier.

  12. CookwithRenu Says:
  13. Wow a drink out of sattu, amazing...Looks so refreshing.

  14. Suja Ram Says:
  15. Have heard about Sattu flour but not sure if its the Pottukadalai in tamil. This drink looks interesting. Must be filling too

  16. Ritu Tangri Says:
  17. This is an easy and very cool drinks for summers. My husband is very fond of sattu drink. Your sattu drink is looking very tempting with those coriander and mint leaves

  18. what a healthy drink will have to try it but without the black salt (not a fan :)

  19. Have heard a lot about Saatu Sharbath but ever tried one for myself.. U have tempted me a lot!!

  20. Sowmya :) Says:
  21. Have never tried sattu me sherbet....looks like a must Try! Love the pics!

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