Recipe by Loving The Alien
"This delicious and healthy shake can conquer any sweet tooth without guilt. Great for extinguishing the fire in your mouth after eating hot curries! Use Indian mangoes, preferably Alphonso or another sweet Indian cultivar. These are the orange ones, not the red and green South American variety.
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plain whole milk yogurt
mangoes - peeled, seeded, and chopped
white sugar, or to taste
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.
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
This is so yummy! Skipped the cardamom due to the strong flavour.
Substituted honey for the sugar & made with 1.5 cups Greek yogurt. Delicious. I had frozen mangos in the fridge from the summer, great treat!!
This drink was amazing, very delicious though I used normal yoghurt, next time definitely use whole milk yogurt, special taste! (Needs good quality mangos...)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Mango Lassi
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 49
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