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Beat the Summer Heat with Yogurt: Try Lassi. When temperatures soar, it’s time to bust out the blender and whip up cool, creamy lassi to beat the summer heat. Sometimes sweet and sometimes savory, lassi is always soothing thanks to a heavy dose of yogurt. Here’s A List Of 3 Yogurt Lassis That Are Unique And Refreshing: Mango Lassi.

If you happen to be a mango lover, then you are sure to love this version of lassi as well. Made with pulpy mango. Strawberry Yogurt Lassi is a quick and refreshing way to beat the summer heat.

Lassi is a popular summer drink which is made with chilled yogurt and is served sweet or salty. It helps you beat the summer heat and it is good for you. Addition of strawberries. Lassi is a popular Indian Yogurt drink originated from Punjab. Best to beat the summer heat.

Traditional lassi is a drink, sometimes flavored with roasted ground cumin. But sweet lassi has sugar or fruits, instead of spices. Lassi is a traditional, authentic and delicious Punjabi beverage. One full glass of lassi is perfect one to beat the summer heat.

This rich. The lassi Parlor. It does serves to be a fruit juice shop for the fresh and healthy fruit juice lovers to have their own tasty treats.

But it mainly specializes in Different Types of lassi including The Rose Lassi, Green Mango Lassi and The Kaju Kismish Lassi. All available at the pocket pinch of just Rps 25. The Lassi Menu. Summers lo mana body heat ekkuva ayithadhi and it is very important.

Mana body ni hydrated unchadamu chala important, and what better way than a cold glass of lassi! 1.Mint Lassi Ingredients: Thick curd Sugar Water Mint Dried pudhina Ice Method: Thick curd, sugar, pudhina, water, ice anni blender lo. Grab a large glass of sweet lassi (sweet yogurt drink), sip and beat the heat-Indian style! This creamy yogurt, slightly sweet drink is a jewel among my Indian drink collection and never fails to please its takers.

Its striking contrast of sweet and tangy flavors rejuvenates the most jaded soul and serves as a great base for your favorite add-ons. Lassi: a dinner time summer drink popular in Northern Pakistan. It is made with buttermilk or yogurt and sweetened with honey. Place yogurt, honey, mango and ice in a blender and whip until frothy, about 2 minutes.

This drink is also popular in Bangladesh and India. It is like a smoothie that is creamy and refreshing. Method for making Lassi Recipe Use only thick curd and with the help of a strainer drain out excess water from the curd before beating it.

With the help of a traditional buttermilk churner, beat the thick curd.

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Coriander and a small amount of yogurt is excellent to take during the midday heat.

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Reduce heat to low and stir in yogurt.

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Mix a bit of yoghurt with lukewarm milk.

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The relatively high heat treatments used in yoghurt

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the summer months) with natural yoghurt and fresh fruit.

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Sprinkle the warmth of cardamom into foods that can cause congestion like bananas, yogurt, ice cream, and frozen smoothies.

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Reduce heat to low and add yogurt, water, and lime juice.

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For a richer yogurt, try replacing ½ cup (120 mL) of the milk with cream before heating it.

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Raitas or yogurt salads are an ideal summer food because yogurt is cooling and has a regenerating effect on the system.

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• Lassi-yoghurt mixed 1:3 with water and a little lemon juice, pinch of salt, slice of fresh ginger, powdered cumin and coriander-taken after meals • hot milk toddy with ghee, ginger, and a little honey • cheese fondue • spicy cheese sauce with chili FRUIT: Fruits that are sweet, moist, and well ripened are suitable.

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  • How do you take care of your face?No dark spots,no blemishes!Mam pls tell me how u take care of your skin? I am really fed up by my problems.

  • Is this the yogurt drink they sell in the streets in Turkey (80’s)?
    It was too strong for my tastes when I was younger, but now I can appreciate the complex flavor!
    Great video!

  • Never mix yoghurt and milk together. Very bad food combination as causes fermentation and gut issues. Ayurveda always warns about this. Combine with water or even coconut or almond milk ��

  • I have everything except cardamom, I’m going to try it without. This looks delicious, going to give it a try tomorrow. New subscriber.:)

  • I think I should have all the three glasses lassi together. This will cool my body. Bombay is burning hot these days. Do post some more such quick-fix recipes.

  • 7th like for my super amazing friend monalisa. wow dear super super yummy lassi. all 3 r perfect but my choice is mango one. it looks super amazing. superb video quality dear. big big like dear. keep on making such amazing recipes:-)

  • HI Rookie,
    pretty cool the drink:) how about aVegan Lassi? I’m sure you’re that good to create one maybe even better 😉
    Thank you and have a good day देखभाल स्टीव