April 26, 2016
Pradeep Rajadas (10 articles)
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Lassi Recipe

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Lassi Recipe
sweet punjabi lassi recipe with step by step photos – lassi is another cooling and refreshing drink to have in the summers. sweet lassi is quite popular in punjab and north india.
Lassi Recipe
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Prep Time 5 minutes
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Lassi Recipe
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Instructions
  1. in a mortar, take 8 to 10 cardamom pods and crush them. remove the husk and crush the seeds. crush to a fine powder.
  2. in a bowl or pan, take 2 cups fresh chilled yogurt. i used homemade curd.
  3. with a madani or blender or wired whisk just mix the curd till it become smooth.
  4. the curd should be smooth before you add other ingredients to it.
  5. add 10 to 12 tbsp sugar or as required.
  6. then add 2 cups chilled water. you can also add 2 cups chilled milk, instead of water. the consistency of this lassi is neither thin nor thick. if you want a thick lassi, then add 1 to 1.5 cups water.
  7. now churn the madani in the lassi mixture.
  8. keep on churning till the sugar dissolves and you see a nice frothy layer on top. you can also use an immersion blender for the same. another way is to add everything in a blender jar and blend till smooth.
  9. now add 1 tsp of the crushed cardamom powder and a few saffron strands. as a substitute for cardamom powder, you can also add 2 tsp of rose water. you can also skip all the flavoring ingredients, if you don't have any.
  10. just mix with the madani again. add ice cubes and mix again.
  11. pour lassi in tall glasses and serve. if you want, you can also top the lassi with 1 to 2 tbsp of malai (cream which collect on top of milk) or 1 to 2 tbsp of unsalted white butter/makhan.
  12. garnish lassi with a pinch or two of cardamom powder, 2 to 3 saffron strands or chopped dry fruits. serve sweet punjabi lassi immediately.
Recipe Notes

This punjabi lassi recipe can be doubled or tripled.
2. if you want then you can store the lassi in fridge for 1-2 days. no need to add ice cubes, if you plan to store lassi in fridge.

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  1. Ruby
    Ruby July 28, 12:26
    It reminds me of Fizzy and malai-wali Lassi I had in Old-Delhi. I loved it and your recipe just made my day. Thanks a lot for sharing your recipe.

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