Monday, October 31, 2011

Mango Lassi

Mango lassi is one of my favorite, it goes so well with Indian food, that's another story that I can make a meal out of it  :) :) Well you can do so many variations of mango lassi....add pomegranate to add a bit of crunch, add some mango pieces or strawberries......some keveda essence. Food is like a canvas all you need is a the capability to imagine, which we are all born with . It is am amazing  how one dish with same recipe and ingredients taste so different when made by two different people, I guess that is  beacuse when we cook we add a bit of ourselves in the food we prepare. I love the deep orange color of the lassi.

The deep orange reminds me of pumkins and haloween. So what are you all planning for haloween? Am glad it is not going to rain so we can trick or treat - my little one is going to be a witch from Harry Potter !! I am told that angry birds and black swan are  the most popular costume this year for haloween....popular or not make sure you have a great time and stay safe. ENJOY !!!!!!!!!!!

You will need
Mango puree : fresh or tinned - 1 and 1/2 cup
Sweet lassi -  2 cup (Can be made from fresh homemade yogurt or  butter milk) 
cardimon powder :1/4 tsp
Pista crushed : 2 tbsp
Saffron : 2-3
sugar - 2tsp

Wip sugar cardimom powder, saffron with yogurt (homemade) so it is nice and creamy.  Keep aside. Or add sugar and saffron to buttermilk. Now sip the mango with some some more yogurt and cardamom. Mix them all together and serve chilled in a class or play around with the colors - some mouthwatering with nuts, saffron and cardimom powder.

Serve chilled with your favorite meal!!

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  1. Mango Lassi Luks colourful and super-delicious Dear.Luv the recipe too

  2. Delicious n lipsmacking one..I loved the glasses too!!

  3. wowww.. yummy lassi.. feel like eating them .. droool droooll.. awesome clicks :)

  4. looks simple delicious, brilliantly presented!

  5. Looks Yummy...My favorite drink :)

  6. wow delicious lassi,luks so tempting n yum...

  7. Simply delicious and yummy looking yogurt. Pics are excellent.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  8. so colourful and delicious...

  9. wow!!lovely...When I prepare,I don't add saffron,so I cannot keep the colour.I learnt the tip from you,thanks,next time I will try with a pinch of saffron

  10. Omg, super tempting lassi,just feel like grabbing that glass and having rite now.

  11. So colourful!!!!!
    looks adorable...

  12. First time here,glad to follow you.please do drop at my space,time permits.Mango lassie looks delicious and tempting.

  13. Yummy!!! Love the colour. Never tasted this before.

  14. first time here MJ ! and loved ur space.. I am ur happy follower now ;-)

    sizzling tastebuds

  15. This really looks delicious and your photos of the lassi are beautiful. This is my first visit to your blog, so I've taken some time to browse through your earlier entries. I'm so glad I did that. You've created a great spot for your readers to visit and I really enjoyed the time I spent here. I'll definitely be back. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

  16. Looks delicious. I love the color of the mango lassi. Beautiful photos.

  17. What gorgeous pics! I wish I had one right now! Delicious!

  18. Love this recipe. Thanks for sharing.



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