Buransh/Rhododentron Squash

After long time ,our family has visited to Chandrabadni mata temple which has already situated in Tehri Garhwal Uttrakhand. This temple located at the peak of mountains​ around 2200 sq ft. from the river and rich in Rhododendron trees. This was my first time when I saw buransh trees. It was my destiny that I found these beautiful Rhododentron trees so, I brought these buransh flowers to make squash from it.Now I am sharing the squase recipe of buransh.

Buransh flower  300gm

Sugar  150gm

Sodium bicarbonate  1pinch

Citric acid (lemon salt)  5g

Water as per need


  • First of all,remove medium part (reproductive)of flowers and then wash it with normal water.keeps them aside.
  • Take a medium cooking​ vessel and pour around 500ltr water into it.
  • Add pinch of sodium bicarbonate and follow with flowers.
  • Take one boil then simmer it for 15m at medium flame.
  • After that, you can see the water change its colour.

  • Switch​ the flame, then remove the vessel and leave it for 30m at room temperature.
  • The whole water drain in a large bowl with the help of stainer.
  • The leftover flower can be squeeze with the help of hand and extract rest colour from the flowers.

  • Now in another cooking vessel pour 200ltr water and then add sugar.
  • Let it be boil for 5m ,then you can find sugar syrup of 1 string.
  • At that time add citric acid to preserve syrup from thickness.
  • Transfer this sugar syrup into the another bowl of buransh water.
  • Mix them properly .
  • Finally, you have got buransh squash
  • Before serving first dilute it with chilled water or normal water with ice cubes.
  • If you needs more flavour so, you can squeeze lemon juice into it as per taste.

Enjoy, in this summer as refreshing and rebooting drink .

Buransh have lots of medicinal properties. It is good for kids and your family.

Let’s try and reboot yourself.

Stay tuned!



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