This is our first assignment for Bloggers' Buzz Photography Club (#BBPC). We are required to take a photo of any food item using diffused Side lighting. Here's my attempt at doing it. Since this is a food photography assign post, the actual post is really short with lots of pictures, so please bear with me. Thank you :0)
This is Banana Rose Milkshake that I made at least 3 times a week this summer. I saw the recipe on Hari Chandana's blog and loved it so much that I bought a big bottle of rose syrup from Indian store just to try this milkshake. Like any milkshake it is super eay to make and it tastes oh-so-good. I love the girly pink color and the aroma from the rose syrup is just too good.
I use soy milk and add just a tad bit of sugar or agave nectar to sweeten the milkshake since rose syrup and banana are already sweet to begin. A must try for anyone who loves gulkhand or rose flavor or anyone who's looking for a tasty twist for their milkshake.
: Makes 1 BIG serving
Banana - 1 medium, chopped
Soymilk - 1cup (or any other dairy or non-dairy milk)
Sugar/ Agave nectar - 2tsp (optional)
Rose Syrup - 3tbsp, or as per taste
- Combine all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Serve right away. Enjoy!!