Friday, July 20, 2012


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Lassi is famous in Punjab but liked across most parts of the country . Although we like the taste of sweet lassi , the amount of sugar that goes into it stops us from having it that frequently . We usually prefer the flavored ones (like Strawberry Lassi and Mango Lassi) more than plain lassi and is a must order for us when we have north Indian fare outside . I don't mind preparing lassi especially in the strawberry and mango season, as the sweetness from the fruits reduces the amount of sugar that goes into lassi.This is a very simple recipe which can be made in a jiffy and can make any meal more interesting and delicious.You can pair it with a sandwich or Rajma chawal for a whole and hearty meal.
While most of us like thick and creamy lassi,TH prefers a thinner version of lassi and if it is a fruit lassi he likes the mild flavored one.I know it is a bit strange but every one has their own preferences right ??Initially, I used to make the lassi separately for both of us and now I have also started enjoying the kind of lassi he prefers hence I prepare it the same way for both of us.I reduce the quantity of mango in lassi. which gives it just a flavor and I also add little water to get the desired consistency and that is the reason my lassi has a moderate yellow color.There is no fixed measurements for the recipe,you can play around with the quantities of those ingredients and prepare lassi according to your requirements.
(Serves 2)

1 ripened Mango(Alphonsos or Kesar)
1 cup fresh and slightly sour Curd,chilled
1/2 cup Milk,chilled
1/4 cup chilled Water
3-4 tbsp Sugar
1 cardamom,crushed(only the seeds)
2 Ice cubes(optional)

  • Remove the skin of mango and cut into pieces.
  • In a juicer/mixer blend chopped mango with curd,milk,water,sugar and cardamom powder to a smooth mixture.
  • Check the sweetness and add more sugar if needed as the amount of sugar depends on the sweetness of mango.Also adjust the consistency by adding more curd/milk to suit your taste buds.
Serve it in a glass topped with ice cubes.I did not add in mine.
  1. You can make plain lassi with the same procedure just avoiding mango.You can make a flavored kesar lassi by adding saffron strands while blending.
  2. Mango can be replaced by strawberries for delicious strawberry lassi.
  3. You can add 2-3 tbsp cream while blending mango lassi for a rich and creamier version.
  4. Always use a slightly sour curd for lassi to get that exact taste,otherwise it would taste like milkshake.


Akila said...

Beautiful clicks n lassi looks awesome

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Yummy tangy Lassi...

Vimitha Durai said...

I love this lassi. Perfect to have anytime

Unknown said...

Yum, perfect drink for a hot Summer day, you still getting mangoes there?

Nisa Homey said...

All time summer treat..yummy clicks.

Unknown said...

beautifully presented..looks delicious!!

Hamaree Rasoi said...

I am enjoying the last lot of mangoes here :-) Lassi looks perfect

Jeyashris Kitchen said...

Cute clicks and delicious drink

Sumana said...

I'm missing the mangoes... :( Lovely clicks...

Shobha said...

Love the mango lassi.. I had posted it too..some time back.

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Very yum and delicious

Priya Suresh said...

Prefect for Paris climate, irresistible lassi.

Valarmathi Sanjeev said...

Yummy drink...looks awesome...beautiful clicks.

Prathima Rao said...

Creamy & lip smacking!!
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Unknown said...

Beautiful clicks and equally beautiful lassi.
Love Ash.

Reshmi said...

great snaps... love this lassi

Noel collections

vrinda said...

All time fav..nicely presented..

Kavitha said...

very refreshing....just by your clicks :)

Savi-Ruchi said...

Made mango milkshake just now. Have another couple of mangoes. Next time, it will be mango lassi :)
Loved your presentation!

Chitra said...

We love this. cute clicks :)

Archana said...

Love your pics.

Spandana said...

Delicious lassi. Loved the pics and especially the glass stirrer with the bird(?) :)

KrithisKitchen said...

Gorgeous pics.. Wish you could link it to
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