3 Reviews

We all loved it. Its a special lassi, so very beautiful! Its was so pretty that I didn't wanted to drink it. Very refreshing and noe that peaches are in season, perfect! Thanks Thorsten for another great recipe!

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katia July 19, 2006

Thorsten, This was wondefully refreshing, and very different with the cayenne notes coming though. I put peaches on the shopping list and DH came home with ones so hard that you could pave the street with them.. and necterines that were ripening FAST.. so mine turned into a Necterine Lassi :) Not the sort of substitution I usually do when making something for the first time, but it was a pity to waste the necterines while the peaches could have caused bodily harm to the blade in the food processor :) I don't think it really matters if You use different stone fruits, this is GEORGOUS ! I will be making this again as soon as my peaches go soft enough and I think that I will be making this often anyway as it's simple to make ahead and put into the fridge. You are right about hiding it...I should have hid it from myself LOL.. I intended to keep some for the next day dessert, but ended up going back to the fridge and eating the second serving ! Please see my rating system: an excellent 5 stars :) Thanks !

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kiwidutch July 19, 2006

Well this is the first time I have ever tried Lassi, in fact, I had never heard of it before! It was terrific! I used fresh lemon balm from my garden and locally grown peaches. What a treat! Although this was my first time trying this, it sure won't be my last! Thanks for another great recipe Thorsten!

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~Leslie~ July 17, 2006
Peach Lassi