In Bangalore juice junctions this Arabian pulpy grape juice is a common sight. I got attracted to the purple colour of the juice and tried it once and was incredibly tasty.
After cooking grapes in water you can see the skin floating on top, the pulp in the middle and the seeds at the bottom. So it is very easy to separate the pulp, skin and the seeds. As the grapes are cooked, this can be stored in refrigerator for many days,
- Black Grapes- 250 gms
- Sugar- ¼ Cup
- Water- 1 Cup
- Wash grapes and boil in 1 cup of water till the grapes float on top. Remove from heat and let it cool.
- Separate the skin of grapes from the pulp and seeds. Lightly squeeze the grapes to separate the pulp from the skin.
- Blend the separated skin of grapes along with required amount of sugar and strain this into the grape pulp.
- Serve this chilled.