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Aseer Al Mouz

Aseer Al Mouz


Don't gasp hearing the name of this drink. It means Banana milkshake in Arabic language. This is one of the most selling juices you can find in cafeterias in Dubai! I have grown up having shawarma and aseer Al Mouz (Banana smoothie /milk shake), something that gives me a lot of memories. 

Whenever we got ready to go out for the evening, the first thing that we do right after we leave our house is buy shawarma and Aseer Al Mouz.  It is super refreshing and fills the tummy. I always admired how they (the people working in the cafeteria) made those beautiful rosey colored lines in our shakes. It definitely gives a makeover to the dull looking banana milkshake. Later on when I grew up I happened to know that it was either rose syrup/vimto and it blowed my mind. I have always loved to try making attractive drinks. Well this is my attempt in making Aseer Al Mouz. Might not be authentic at all but who cares! As long as it can bring back memories to you. 

Also during this pandemic stay home at all times. I had to do a grocery run and I was just too worried that I finally gave in to buy my groceries online. And Alhamdulilah felt so good to not go out and get my stuffs as why risk your life to buy groceries. I sanitized and cleaned my groceries before I put them off in my pantry and fridge. You can find out how to do that on YouTube. 

And this aseer Al Mouz was the result of buying many ripe bananas. Had to give it a go! 

The secret to an amazing Aseer Al Mouz is frozen bananas. This is done by the slicing ripe bananas and dump them into a zip lock bag or a container and allow them to freeze. The frozen bananas are a game changer. Most of you might already know or might have been making banana milkshake for ages. I was skeptical, well, I thought if I posted this on my blog it might be useful to many who might have not yet tried Aseer Al Mouz. Especially since Ramadan is only a few days away, I like to have wholesome shakes or drinks for iftar than straight away popping snacks into my empty stomach. One such drink is the Dates and Oats Smoothie

This is super simple to make Frozen bananas, sugar, ice cubes and milk (fresh milk, Almond milk etc) and that's it! Let's make some Aseer Al Mouz. 

Ingredients:

  • 2 ripe fresh bananas, frozen
  • 6 - 8 ice cubes
  • 4 tbsp sugar or more
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • Rose syrup

Ingredients :

  • In a mixer mix bananas, ice cubes, sugar and milk. 
  • In a see through glass, pour the rose syrup at the edges and swirl it well and allwo gravity to do it work. 
  • Immediately pour the thick banana milk shake into the decorated glass and enjoy! 😍


Do try this recipe and don't forget to share your experience/feedback with me here in the comments or feel free to send me a mail. Also, do tag me at #taystedit if you try out my recipes on Facebook, Instagram etc so that I can see when you make it. ♡♡♡♡

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