Salted Lassi is creamy and made using unsweetened probiotic curd. It is also good for digestion because it has gut-friendly bacteria.
Punjabi Sweet Lassi can be made by blending, churning or beating cold curd with other ingredients. Click now to watch the recipe video.
Rose lassi is a refreshing drink made with rose flavored syrup. A twist to our traditional yogurt lassi gives it a nice pink color and delicious taste. Ideally, it can be served as a summer drink b…
Piyush is a very popular beverage in the Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine. This smooth and creamy drink is made mainly from shrikhand. Shrikhand (a thick yogurt based dessert) is mixed with curd/…
This dry curry is very healthy, delicious and makes a comfort meal. It pairs well with a refreshing cumin lassi! It's vegan and gluten free too!
Mango lassi with saffron and cardamom is a delicious refreshing yoghurt creation that is very popular in India and Nepal.
This smoothie is the reason we don’t have a rug in the living room anymore. The fact that I am still making it, despite the Blueberry Smoothie Incident of 2010, should tell you something. The recipe comes from the New York Times. It actually is a bit like a lassi (the yogurt drink you can [...]
Strawberry Lassi is a refreshing , yogurt based Indian beverage made with strawberries , sweetner and crdamom powder. Gets ready within 5 minutes and is a great way to kick start your day!
Light, moist, and elegant loaf that tastes like Mango Lassi and is made without butter and eggs. If you’ve following my blog for a while, you’ll know of my love for mangoes. If you are a newcomer, let me tell you… I LOVE MANGOES! Every year when mango season rolls around, I feel like my… Continue reading →
Growing up, mango lassis were one of my favorite to order when we ate out at Indian restaurants. The sweet mangoes, the tangy yogurt, and the hint of rose at the end of each sip…. oh so delicious! The fact that mangoes are my absolute favorite fruit just adds to my love for this lassi!… Continue reading →
This Frozen Mango Lassi is a healthier alternative to cooling down on this sweltering season. Serve this creamy frozen dessert with salted pistachio for extra flavour and texture.
Greek yogurt flavored with mango and cardamom and then topped with berries and granola!
Mango lassi recipe is a classic Indian summer drink which is crazily popular worldwide. This irresistible mango drink is thick, creamy, fruity and sweet in taste with a hint of tang. Any Indian restaurants menu card’s beverage section is incomplete without mango lassi. This healthy drink is ridiculously easy to make and is prepared using just four simple ingredients within few minutes. Mango lassi Indian recipe is the amalgamation of ripe mango pieces or pulp, yogurt, milk and sugar. Addition of flavour is completely optional. It is mostly served chilled as a beverage with spicy meal or simply you can have it as a breakfast smoothie.
On the Bar List (non-alcoholic versions included) Lemony Mint Watermelon Cooler Cocktail Coconut Water Blueberry Margarita Back in India, summers bring on a need for endless hydration; one which is amply satisfied by street-side stalls and vendors, selling a variety of tempting fresh fruit juices and lassi, sugarcane juices and freshly opened coconuts filled with... Read More »
On the High Tea menu Ginger Spiced Chai – An Indian Tea Preparation Parsi Cumin and Almond ‘Khari’ Biscuit Pistachio and Saffron Rice Pudding (Kheer) Cheese Chili Toast Triangles Isn’t it surprising that India is a predominantly tea drinking nation? With its hot Indian summers and humid warm monsoons, one would think lassi or even... Read More »
Three refreshing Indian summer beverage inspirations, guaranteed to quench your thirst and fill your glass-in-hand a unique combination of India’s flavors.
For those of us who are dairy-free, or even more so for those of us with dairy-free children, it’s a constant battle to get enough calcium in to keep the dietician happy. Over the years mine …