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It seems there is some version of lemon or limeade available in every country; here, ours is called either Nimbu Pani in the western Indian states or Shikanji in North India. Making this healthy and cooling drink is quick and inexpensive, requiring just a few pantry ingredients like lemon juice, salt and sugar.
Whilst living in Delhi, I would see so many shikanji stalls in the summers. In Mumbai, I would see stalls selling nimbu pani. As far as I am concerned, these are just two names for the same drink. Depending on where you are from, there are also likely some small variations in the ground spices added.
The recipe here is the way we make it at home: all you need is fresh lemon (or lime) juice, sugar, black salt and water. Sometimes I also add a dash of roasted cumin powder or chaat masala for an extra dose of flavor. Some people also prefer to use premade shikanji masala that is available in the stores.
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