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Khuta (A Soup from the Punjab Region of India)

This soup is a refreshing accompaniment to any Indian dish. Leave out the sour cream and it becomes a cooling Indian drink called, "Laasee." Note the "heat" factor can be controlled by the amount of cayenne pepper that is added, the recipe as posted is a medium "heat". Cooking time is minimum chilling time.

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2hrs 10mins
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  • In a Large bowl, add Buttermilk and Sour Cream, blend with a whisk or electric mixer till smooth.
  • Stir in Salt, Masala and Cayenne Pepper.
  • If desired, fold in grated cucumber or carrot.
  • Cover and chill at least two hours, overnight is best.
  • Serve cold.
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"This soup is a refreshing accompaniment to any Indian dish. Leave out the sour cream and it becomes a cooling Indian drink called, "Laasee." Note the "heat" factor can be controlled by the amount of cayenne pepper that is added, the recipe as posted is a medium "heat". Cooking time is minimum chilling time."
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  1. Chef RZ Fan
    This was really good. I used some Chat Masala from the Indian store and used two carrots which I shredded with my food processor. I will try with the cucumber next time. The flavor was fantanstic and it was very refreshing. Thanks for sharing this one.
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  2. Debloves2cook
    This soup is a refreshing accompaniment to any Indian dish. Leave out the sour cream and it becomes a cooling Indian drink called, "Laasee." Note the "heat" factor can be controlled by the amount of cayenne pepper that is added, the recipe as posted is a medium "heat". Cooking time is minimum chilling time.
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