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Rose Lassi

Life feels nice n rosy after sipping this lovely drink!

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  • Put all the ingredients in a blender.
  • Blend until smooth and frothy.
  • Serve chilled in tall glasses.
  • Vary the flavour by substituting rose for pineapple.
  • Add very finely chopped pieces of fruit, if desired.
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  1. rosslare
    I also used plain yogurt and rose water for this lassi and added 1 tbs of grenadine for pink colour. Enough for 4 servings, for sure! Much enjoyed!
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  2. Mia in Germany
    This was a really lovely lassi! Instead of curds and vanilla essence I used home made vanilla yoghurt because that was what I had, and instead of rose syrup I had to use rose water. I like the combination of sweet and salty, and I think this is a great electrolyt drink after jogging in summer. Will definitely make this again! Thanks for posting. Made for India - More Than Just Curries Tag Game.
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  3. mianbao
    Hmmm, this is nice, very cooling on a hot day. I used the syrup for Velvetinenut's Bandung (Rose Syrup With Milk) recipe #90358, as the rose syrup, which gave the drink a pretty pink color. I used plain yogurt, which I think is what fresh curds means. The only problem I had was with the amount of salt in this. I did cut back a little when making the drink, but it still seems saltier than I'd like. So next time, I'll use less salt. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us.
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  4. Charishma_Ramchanda
    Life feels nice n rosy after sipping this lovely drink!
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