Homemade Sweet Lassi

Have you ever had one of those days when it's so hot that you don't even feel like eating? I remember when I went to Agra/ Mathura/ Fatehpur Sikri with my old flatmate. It was in the middle of May, the sun high over our heads. One of those days that I just described above. During that trip, every time our bus stopped for a meal break, we just had tall glasses full of chilled sweet lassi, rather than any of those typical Indian fast foods that would've surely given us an upset tummy in that weather!

Today, I made that sweet yoghurt lassi for the very first time in my life. It is soooo easy that I'm quite surprised I never tried making it earlier! Sharing the recipe here, not for my readers -- I'm pretty sure they already know how to make it -- but for me, in case I forget it till next summers!

2 cups fresh yoghurt (serves 2)
1 cup chilled water
2 tbsp milk
4 tbsp sugar


  • Put all the ingredients in a big vessel/jug and blend with a hand-mixer till light & frothy.
  • Serve in tall glasses.
  • If you want, you can garnish with chopped almonds or grated coconut or even some cake/cookie sprinklers like I've done!

Makes for a wonderful accompaniment for breakfast if you don't want to have tea!

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Abhiroop Banerjee said...

I'm hungry. This is ...sigh...so good.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

OB, it tasted absolutely yummy-licious! Although, I could have done with a little less of those sprinklers! :p

Roshmi Sinha said...

Will try. And what a lovely breakfast! Yumm! Yumm!

Now I am hungry :(

PS: How did you make that egg dish? Looks delicious. Asking … since I wanna make it too :)

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

Where's any egg dish in this post? There's just poha-toast, mango slices and the glass of lassi ???

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