amla juice

Amla juice recipe | How to make amla juice

By Swasthi on August 30, 2022, Comments, Jump to Recipe

Amla juice recipe – learn how to make amla juice at home. Amla derived from the sanskrit word amalika, is known as Indian Gooseberry. It is one of the highly revered fruits in Ayurveda. High in antioxidants and vitamin C. It is considered as one of the immunity boosters and works well even in kids. According to ayurveda, it is Tridoshic, meaning it can balance all the three doshas in the body. It is known as amla in hindi, nellikai in kannada and tamil, usirikaya in telugu.


amla juice recipe

Amla has a high cooling effect, using it with honey is said to balance it. We all know that honey is a natural sweetener with body warming properties and is said to dispel phlegm and toxins from our body.

Many kinds of honey are available in the market today, of which Manuka honey is well thought out to be the best one in terms of health benefits.

The quality of this honey is decided based on the UM Factor (unique manuka factor). It is said to possess natural healing qualities and is used in place of antibiotics to combat infections in the body and to deal with stomach related ailments.

amla gooseberries

I have tried using this manuka honey in many ways, with ginger juice, lemon juice, and orange juice. This time for this amla juice.

During the winters, markets are flooded with fresh amla and it is the time to consume amla juice as well.

Care must be taken by those who don’t tolerate high vitamin C foods or sour foods. It is not suitable to those suffering from reflux, acidity and bloating. High dose of vitamin C in amla juice, may aggravate the symptoms.

Amla juice can be made in large quantity, refrigerated and used whenever needed. But there is an amount of oxidation that happens after preparing it. So it is by far best to prepare and consume immediately and fresh. It can also be mixed with buttermilk or other fruit juices and consumed. It can as well be added to smoothies like banana smoothie.

There are so many ways to include amla in your diet, here are some recipes
Amla Rice
Amla Chutney

Tips to choose amla for making amla juice

1. Always choose fresh looking,  juicy amla with no blemishes.
2.  It is a good idea to buy amla from fresh or wet markets instead of buying from frozen or cold storage sections of the super market.
3. Always soak amla in salted water for a while to remove any unwanted residue before using.

More Juice recipes on the blog,
Aloe vera juice
Wheatgrass shots
Wheatgrass juice
Pomegranate juice
Barley water

find below recipe of amla juice

amla juice

Amla juice recipe | How to make amla juice

Amla is one of the highly revered fruits in Ayurveda. High in antioxidants and vitamin C. It is considered as one of the immunity boosters and works well even in kids.
Pin Recipe Print Recipe

For best results follow the step-by-step photos above the recipe card

Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time1 minute
Total Time5 minutes
Servings2
AuthorSwasthi

Ingredients (US cup = 240ml )

  • 3 amla / Indian gooseberry (cut to small pieces)
  • 1 ½ cups water filtered
  • 1 Pinch pepper , crushed
  • 2 tbsp Honey / Manuka honey or any sweetner
  • 1 pinch salt

Instructions

  • Blend chopped amla with water. Filter and discard the pulp. The pulp turns taste less and is good to discard.
  • Add pepper powder and manuka honey, stir well. Amla juice is ready to drink. It can even be mixed with natural Indian buttermilk.

Notes

To make natural Indian buttermilk, add few tbsp. yogurt to a cup whisk it with a fork. Add water as needed to make thin or thick buttermilk. Add amla juice to this. Stir and consume.

Alternative quantities provided in the recipe card are for 1x only, original recipe.

For best results follow my detailed step-by-step photo instructions and tips above the recipe card.

NUTRITION INFO (estimation only)

Nutrition Facts
Amla juice recipe | How to make amla juice
Amount Per Serving
Calories 64
% Daily Value*
Sodium 29mg1%
Carbohydrates 17g6%
Sugar 17g19%
Vitamin C 9mg11%
Calcium 6mg1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Tried this recipe?Mention @SwasthisRecipes or tag #swasthisrecipes!

© Swasthi’s Recipes

About Swasthi

I’m Swasthi Shreekanth, the recipe developer, food photographer & food writer behind Swasthi’s Recipes. My aim is to help you cook great Indian food with my time-tested recipes. After 2 decades of experience in practical Indian cooking I started this blog to help people cook better & more often at home. Whether you are a novice or an experienced cook I am sure Swasthi’s Recipes will assist you to enhance your cooking skills.

Follow Swasthi’s Recipes

Recipe Rating




26 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Can i make it in large quantities and store it in fridge for a few days?

hello, could I use a whole dried amla in place of fresh amla here? If so, should I soak it first?

Which juice has more nutritional value…….Fresh Amla juice or Thermally processed Amla juice? If it is fresh juice, then what are the nutrients lost during thermal processing?

5 stars
Good Job for mankind. Keep it.

5 stars
Good information really help beginners with Indian traditional juices for Immunity boost…

Your recipes are easy to follow. Very nicely presented. Thank you

Thank you swasthi for the great recipes. Can we have recipes for fat absorption please. Thanks

4 stars
Your recepies are great and follow it most of the time.thank you.

5 stars
Nice

Good Good servich

Good servich

Amala juce is good one for hyper acidity. …..

Looks very refreshing<br />

Healthy and refreshing..

good one- manuka honey is new to me too ! healthy n refreshing juice

Very healthy drink… Manuka honey is new to me

Healthy drink…Love it….

Tried with normal honey immediately after reading this….Very different taste n healthy:) Will try to get this Manuka honey…Hearing it for the first time…

will try it for my dad..

Manuka honey is new to me. never seen here. juice looks yum . healthy 🙂

Healthy drink…Love it..