Monday, August 11, 2014

Rose Lassi

Lassi/buttermilk  has been my favorite beverage since my childhood, be it salted and mildly spiced or mango or kesar (saffron), you name it and I will gulp it down like a meal. My better half likes to sip his lassi over the course of the meal, savoring the taste with every bite of food. I am more of the gulp kind, I love to have my mouth fill up with gulps of lassi goodness. As a result I end up making a meal out of it and I’m not ashamed to say I have stolen multiple sips from him after I have happily had mine. I have been seen ordering multiple glass of lassi for myself :), you tend to get judged when you do things like that at a fine dining place. But in the comfort of your own home, you could be drinking lassi from a hose or your blender jar…it’s a perk you enjoy with only homemade lassi. 

This lassi is made from gulkand. Gulkand is a sweet preserve made from rose petals. It is available at any Indian grocery store and has a beautiful rose aroma. It has some great health benefits, I am not going to get into the details of that but let’s just say it tastes amazing and is really good for you. 

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6 tbsp gulkand (store bought)
6 tbsp rose syrup 
Sugar optional

Makes 6 -7 wine glasses of rose lassi 

Blend together in a blender, serve garnished with rose petals. If the yogurt is a bit sour and lassi is not sweet add desired amount of sugar, I did not have to add any as both gulkand and rose syrup are sweet. 


I don’t think anything can be as day as this :) You can pair it with Indian food, or even serve it with dessert, pairs so well with gulab jamun. 

If you love lassi, here is a savory spicy one and here the mango lassi

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9 comments:

  1. I just made it last week and it is in my draft too.. What a lovely pics.. So stunning

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  2. The mention of gulkand brings back wonderful childhood memories for me. Stunning pics and the lassi sounds divine!

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  3. Beautiful photos!! I've made mango lassi and added a small splash of rose water which I love! But I have never seen rose syrup..is that different?

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    1. Thanks so much. Rose syrup is more for the color, it is deep red in color. The gulkand is more for the flavor.

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  4. Beautiful clicks...lovely drink too!!

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