Lhassi (Indian Yoghurt Drink)

Scented yoghurt drink from India. Great served with curries. Very smooth and refreshing in a hot climate. It has a very cooling effect on the mouth. You can make mango lhassi by blending in mango pieces with the yogurt or try it with different fruits or spices.

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  • Put all the ingredients except ice into the blender and blend smooth. (If it's too thick add a bit of water until it's the consistency you want.).
  • Serve very cold over ice.
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"Scented yoghurt drink from India. Great served with curries. Very smooth and refreshing in a hot climate. It has a very cooling effect on the mouth. You can make mango lhassi by blending in mango pieces with the yogurt or try it with different fruits or spices."
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  1. Jrrmn
    I've been having this regularly for about a year now. I don't tire of it. I grind cardamom seeds in my mortar and pestle. Love the nutrition that comes from this amazing spice. Highly recommend. I was also introduced to rosewater in this recipe. Simple, delicious, refreshing.
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  2. Missy Wombat
    I enjoyed the addition of the cinnamon and cardamon to what otherwise is my standard lassi recipe. It really is a very nice touch.
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  3. ThatSouthernBelle
    Not that there's anything wrong with the recipe but I'd never tried cardamom and I guess I'm not that fond of it. Gotta try something new though!
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  4. Ang11002
    I usually love lhassis and this one was good. the only complaint I had was it was not sweet enough. I loved the aftertaste of cardamom though. Maybe its my american taste for sugar that makes it not so sweet going down or something else. Thank you though for this was my first "adventure" with an indian recipe though I have eaten at many indian restaurants:)
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  5. Girl from India
    Hey dale!!! Made this today and I am Indian in India but have never made or tasted lassi like this!!! I am impressed. Very, very good stuff. Made the entire qu.(3 cups of home made yoghurt and only 1 cup of milk) for 3 of us (DF,DS and me) and we were hankering for more. And yes loads of Ice!! The heat was beat today thanks to you. :) Fay
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