2 FLAVOUR LASSI – MANGO LASSI And ROSE LASSI

Lassi is a popular traditional curd based drink which is a blend of yogurt, fruit , sugar and Spices … Lassi can be sweet or salted . My personal favourite is sweet oneπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ .. What about yours ???

Today I am sharing two super easy exotic and creamy varieties of Lassis. Mango Lassi and Rose Lassi . To get the perfect dose of refreshment in the summer , one must try these super delicious varieties of Lassi..

Summer is the time , when I personally don’t feel like having elaborated meal.. I am at such part of world , where temperature reaches around 45C to 47C during pick of this season… So for both the meal , we in family , prefer to have something light , healthy and delicious at same time..

One can checkout some summer special dishes Which I have recently posted on blog.. Rose Falooda , Curd Semiya , Dahi Vada (Non Fried ), Kesar Pista Falooda , Mango Shrikhand

Also checkout the recipe for making Rose Syrup at home…

To add in this list , these lassi varieties are must to try in Summer. So flavourful, healthy and super delicious..

USEFUL NOTES πŸ“ :::

  • To make Mango Lassi , use fully ripen and sweet Mangoes..
  • Lassi colour is purely depend on variety of Mangoes , you are using.
  • Make sure the mangoes you are using , has less fibers .
  • If fresh mangoes are not available , one can use frozen pulp too ..
  • Sugar quantity is depended on the sweetness of Mangoes .
  • To add Milk in Lassi is purely optional. One can add some water or some more ice cubes to give perfect consistency..
  • I have not added sugar in Rose Lassi as rose syrup and Gulkand both are sweet.
  • Adding Gulkand in Rose Lassi is purely optional. But it will add great taste..
  • Always use , fresh curd. Sour curd wont give perfect taste and one has to add more sugar.
  • For sugar options , one can use regular white sugar , honey , organic sugar powder…
  • Store in refrigerator till ready to serve…

INGREDIENTS

MANGO LASSI :::

  • 1 cup chopped Mangoes
  • 1 cup Fresh Curd
  • 3 to 4 tbsp Milk (optional)
  • 2 tbsp Sugar / Honey
  • Pinch of Cardamom Powder
  • Few Ice Cubes
  • Chopped Dry fruits , to garnish

ROSE LASSI :::

  • 2/3 cup Fresh Curd
  • 2 tbsp Rose Syrup
  • 1/4 cup Gulkand
  • 1/6 cup Milk (optional)
  • Few Ice Cubes
  • Chopped Dry Fruits , to garnish

METHOD ::::

MANGO LASSI

To make Mango lassi , take chopped mango pieces in a bowl / mixer jar. Blend smooth. Add Curd , Milk, Sugar, Cardamom Powder and blend smooth. If you find the consistency very thick , add some ice cubes ..

Pour in serving glasses.. Garnish with chopped dry fruits and Serve..

Or keep in refrigerator till you serve…

ROSE LASSI

To make Rose lassi , take curd in a bowl. Add Rose Syrup , Gulkand and blend smooth. You can add some ice cubes.

Pour Rose Lassi in serving glasses.. Garnish with chopped nuts.. Serve immediately . Or store in refrigerator till serve.

I have prepared these yummy lassi as my entry to Healthy Wellthy Cuisines , a bloggers FB group , under the theme of #lassimastiatHW..

Checkout the fabulous entries by fellow bloggers for the same theme..

Hope you will like this recipe. I would love to listen from you all..

Do try this recipe , and don’t forget to share your feedback with me..

Kindly rate the recipe and give your feedback in the comment box below..

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40 thoughts on “2 FLAVOUR LASSI – MANGO LASSI And ROSE LASSI

  1. I’ve only had mango lassis but the rose option looks delicious. Fresh curd is not available in Canada, AFAIK, unless you make it yourself, and the usual Balkan yogurt does need sugar or honey to sweeten it.

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  2. JollyHomemadeRecipes

    Wow what a beautiful post about this refreshing and chilled drinks. I love lassi too and yours looking lip smacking. Beautifully captured.

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