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Orange Squash

Orange Squash

Cooking Time

Preparation Time : 25

Cook Time : 15

Total Time : 40


Serves 12

  • 7 oranges

  • 400 gram sugar

  • 2 tbsp lemon juice

  • 1 Pinch of orange food colour (optional)


  • 01

    Wash the orange thoroughly with water and dry up with a towel.

  • 02

    Cut the oranges horizontally.

  • 03

    Separate the pulp of oranges and its peels with the help of a spoon.

  • 04

    Soak the peel of 5 oranges into the water for about 15 minutes.

  • 05

    Put the pulp of oranges into a blending jar to take out the juices.

  • 06

    Very Lightly blend it. (Don't blend too long because seeds are inside the pulp and too long blending can make the juice bitter in taste.)

  • 07

    Strain the orange juice.

  • 08

    Squeeze out the excess juice by lightly pressing on the pulp with the help of a spoon and keep aside.

  • 09

    Scrape out the inner white part of the soaked orange peels with the help of a spoon.

  • 10

    Now boil these orange peels till it becomes soft and then allow to cool.

  • 11

    To make sugar syrup, add 400 gram sugar and 500 ml water in a kadhai/ saucepan and Cook the sugar solution on a high heat till the sugar disolve into the water.

  • 12

    Reduce the heat to medium and boil the sugar solution for another 10 minutes and turn off the gas, allow to cool completely.

  • 13

    After cooling down the boiled orange peels, grind it in a grinding jar and make a smooth paste.

  • 14

    Now add the orange juice, lemon juice and orange peel paste to the sugar syrup at room temperature and mix together.

  • 15

    Strain the mixture.

  • 16

    The orange squash is ready to serve without any preservatives.

  • 17

    At this time, I have added a pinch of orange food colour (this is totally optional).

  • 18

    Store in a glass bottle and you can use it for 2-3 weeks if it is kept in refrigerator.

  • 19

    For one serving, add the orange squash 1/3 portion of a serving glass.

  • 20

    Add 1 teaspoon sugar.

  • 21

    Add 1/4 teaspoon black salt powder (optional).

  • 22

    Add 1/4 teaspoon chat masala (optional).

  • 23

    Add chilled water 2/3 portion of the serving glass and mix till the sugar dissolves into the mixture (instead of chilled water you also can use chilled sada water).

  • 24

    Add ice cubes and serve.



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