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Recently my boyfriend and I visited an Indian Restaurant and gave the drink Mango Lassi a try. It’s a milky mango drink or a milkshake that tastes like mango. It’s delicious. After that I was determined to make my own and quickly found a recipe that I liked. It’s easy to make and it’s a yummy refreshing cold drink, perfect for summer. And it only required 3 ingredients. I made this 2 times now and I love it.
This recipe is based on The Viet Vegan her Mango Lassi Recipe
- Mando (fresh or frozen) – 1.5 – 2 heaped cups
- Greek Yoghurt/ Yoghurt – 166 ml/ 1/3 cup
- Milk or milk substitution like rice, coconut or soy milk – 250 ml/ 1/2 cup
If you use fresh mango’s you can add some ice cubes. You also need a blender or handblender. You can keep a few pieces of mango aside to use as topping, but that isn’t necessary. This makes about one big glass of mango lassi. You can drink it directly or keep in the fridge for a day or two.
- If using fresh mango’s slice and dice in tiny squares.
- Add the mango, yoghurt and milk in a bowl.
- With a blender or hand blender, blend it for a few minutes until it’s a thick mixture, but no piece of mango are recognizeable. It is pretty thick, that’s how it’s supposed to be. The bottom most picture shows how a straw will stand upright in it.
- If it it too thick for your taste, you can add some milk or yoghurt, if it doesn’t taste enough to mango, add more mango.
- Pour into a glass, add a straw and enjoy.
- Sweet Mango Lassi. Add a teaspoon honey or sugar.
- Vary with fruits. I am sure this is blashpemy or something like that, but I don’t see a reason why you couldn’t make this with strawberries, banana’s, berried or pineaple. Or if you like advocado, you can try that.
- Spiced Mango Lassi. Add some green cardemon powder on top.
- Salty Mago Lassi. Add a pinch of salt.