Cool off with a traditional lassi, whether you like them sweet or savoury. We have recipes for mango lassi, mint lassi and loads more!
A traditional Punjabi beverage made with yoghurt. This one is sweet and calls for mango. Serve with fresh mint, if you like. It's smooth, creamy and absolutely heavenly!
A lot of recipes tell you to use fresh mangoes. THIS is the mistake! I've been doing it that way for years and it is very difficult to get around the chalkiness of the mangoes. By going to the pulp, it is a no brainer!
Cooling lassis are traditionally served with fiery Indian curries.
It's a great take on the famous Mango Lassi that you tend to see at various Indian restaurants because it takes the flavour to a higher and much more complex level.
Here is a recipe for a sweet lassi - fragrant with cardamom. As with all lassis, it's delicious served very cold.
A wonderful savoury lassi to accompany your favourite curry.
A tasty alternative to the usual mango, this banana lassi is equally refreshing and easy to make year-round. I ordered two in a restaurant in Udaipur because they were so good and because they had no mangos at the time.
A cool, refreshing yoghurt lassi with lots of ripe, juicy strawberries. What could be better than this on a sunny summer afternoon?
The much-loved Indian lassi is actually most often savoury, not sweet. This salty lassi is flavoured with the traditional cumin for a tasty and refreshing drink.
Not a traditional Indian lassi, but rather a sweet take on it for a mid-morning treat.