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This delicious mango and yoghurt lassi with a hint of cardamom is great for extinguishing the fire in your mouth after eating hot curries!

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 500g plain yoghurt
  • 250ml milk
  • 3 mangoes - peeled, stones removed and chopped
  • 4 teaspoons caster sugar, or to taste
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground cardamom

MethodPrep:10min ›Extra time:1hr › Ready in:1hr10min

  1. Place the yoghurt, milk, mangoes, sugar and cardamom into the jar of a blender and blend until smooth, about 2 minutes. Chill in the fridge for 1 hour or until cold, and serve sprinkled with a little ground cardamom.

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by Monnie

I used vanilla yoghurt instead of plain yoghurt and I skipped the milk. I also used a teaspoon of cinnamon instead of cardamom and it was perfect. Very tasty and full of nutrients.-15 Feb 2010

by rocktherockiesmj

I make mango lassis with mango pulp, usually kesar...skip milk and cardamom add no sugar or milk, and drop a touch of vanilla into the mix and i use about one and a half sups yogurt,and 3-4 cups of pulp i make it by taste but this is the best recipe ever where did you get the indian mangos? south america's mangos suck! i am from india, so i would know-21 Nov 2010


Mango Lassi

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This Mango Lassi is smooth, creamy, sweet and super delicious. Perfect way to beat the heat and quench your thirst with this delectable Indian smoothie. It tastes rich and indulgent but is actually healthy and low fat!


The dairy

Anjali Pathak’s lassi. Photograph: Felicity Cloake/Guardian

This is what makes or breaks your lassi, and there is a surprising amount of variation among recipes. Though it is always made with yoghurt, Monir Mohammed and Martin Gray’s book Mother India at Home, based on recipes from the former’s Glasgow restaurant, has one which is equal parts buttermilk and milk, with just a couple of spoonfuls of yoghurt. The India and Pakistan volume of Charmaine Solomon’s Complete Asian Cookbook supplies a recipe that is mostly soda water.

By contrast, Meera Sodha’s Made in India and Mr Todiwala’s Bombay use yoghurt alone, with Sodha suggesting Greek yoghurt for those of us too lazy to make our own (ie me). Vivek Singh, Madhur Jaffrey and Anjali Pathak all thin their yoghurt with water, with the last claiming in her book Secrets from My Indian Family Kitchen that you can use low-fat yoghurt if you prefer, a suggestion which I treat with the scepticism it deserves. Though even the yoghurt-only versions are slightly diluted with ice, I find the Greek variety too thick to drink, while Pathak’s almost equal parts yoghurt and water recipe proves too thin for my taste (and Solomon’s combination of fizzy soda water and creamy yoghurt is just plain weird).

Cyrus Todiwala’s lassi. Photograph: Felicity Cloake/Guardian

I like the consistency of the buttermilk and milk recipe and Todiwala’s plain yoghurt and ice one, both of which are richly creamy, as a good lassi ought to be, yet just thin enough to slide down the throat in a pleasingly cooling fashion. The yoghurt version is slightly thicker and the flavour creamier, which swings it in the end, though Mother India’s one is worth bearing in mind if you have buttermilk to use up – after making scones, for example.

According to Mr Chatwani of the Jay Kishan Lassi House in Nadiad, Gujarat, the creamier the yoghurt, the better: “After all, no self-respecting lassi-maker wants to be caught adding water and making it thinner!”. I’ll be using a chilled whole-milk yoghurt, whizzed up with a little ice to cool it down and thin it to a drinkable consistency. If you’d prefer a plain sweet version, which won’t benefit from the water in the fruit, add a little cold water or milk too, as Singh suggests in his sweet lassi recipe.


How to Make Mango Lassi

The process of preparing this mango yogurt smoothie couldn’t be much simpler.

First, peel and chop the mango if you are using a fresh one.

Then add all the ingredients except the toppings to a blender or a wide jar (big enough to fit an immersion blender). Blend into a smooth, creamy consistency.

Alternatively, omit the ice cubes in the blender and add them to the glass when serving.

Based on how thick you want the drink to be, you can add in a little more milk or water to thin it to your desired consistency.

Then transfer to the glass of your choice, add the ice cubes (if it’s not already in it), and optionally top with your favorite toppings. I served this as a mango yogurt breakfast smoothie topped with a bit of extra mango, granola (or crushed pistachios), coconut chips, and mint leaves.


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The ingredients needed to make Mango Lassi:

  1. Use 1 of Mango.
  2. You need 1 cup of Curd.
  3. Take 1/2 glass of Water.
  4. Provide 3 tsp of Sugar.
  5. Use As needed of Dry Fruits( almonds and Cashew).
  6. Use 1/2 tsp of Cardamom powder.
  7. You need 3-4 of Ice cubes.

Steps to make Mango Lassi:

  1. Take one Ripe Mango. peeloff and Cuts in Small pieces.put in grinderjar..
  2. Add sugar,dry Fruits and Cardamom Powder..
  3. Add Ice Cubes and blend well.make a fine paste.one bowl of paste separate..
  4. Add curd,water in the remaining paste and blend again..
  5. Now blend well.mango paste & Mango Lassi is Ready. Take a Serving Glass Add mango paste in the glass..
  6. Now fill mango Lassi in the Serving Glass. garnished with chopped dry Fruits..
  7. Now very Tasty Delicious Healthy Refreshing Energetic Summar Coolent Mango Lassi is Ready to serve.thanks alot..
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For a full meal you can do this Indian dish, such as Palak paneer with smoked tofu (Indian spinach), Pumpkin curry, vegetarian Butter Chicken Makhani or simply Indian naan without yeast serve.

One Tip for the summer: In addition to water, you can too Ice cubes in the blender, so that the Lassi is nice and cool and even more refreshing. If you want to prepare it for later, you can simply chill in the fridge and shake vigorously again before serving.

Instead of water you can also mix the mango lassi with Coconut milk dilute, the combination of coconut and mango tastes great.


Healthy Mango-Lassi

Keywords: healthy, Lassi, Mango, Smoothie

Ingredients

  • 1 whole mango
  • 150 g Greek yogurt (Low Fat)
  • 100 ml water
  • 1 pinch lime juice
  • 1 pinch of cinnamon
  • 15 g xylitol (sweetner)
  • optional sweetener

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Nutrition

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My Tip for the Recipe:

As one or the other connoisseur might have noticed, I use cinnamon in my lassi instead of the classic cardamom, as is the case with the Indian Culture Drink. I just do that because I like cinnamon a lot better. Hence my tip for you: Try both and decide for yourself.

Why do I use Low-fat Greek Yogurt?

If you already know Lassi’s, you should have noticed that I use low-fat quark instead of yogurt. There are two reasons:

Reason 1: Greek Yogurt has much better nutritional values ​​and makes you full longer than normal milk. Which automatically makes this Lassi good for losing weight.

Reason 2: Low-fat Greek Yogurt is very cooling, which makes it the perfect ingredient for a fruity summer drink.

Your Opinion on the Healthy Mango Lassi Recipe

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