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24 JANUARY 2019

Sweet Lassi

Sweet Lassi the is a more recent variation of the traditional Salty Lassi but has become hugely popular and has out done the former. It is drunk mainly in northern India during the hot summer months. Rose water is a common ingredient in for Sweet Lassi and adds a sweet, perfumed aroma.Sweet Lassi can be customized and flavoured with any fruit of choice from Mango (the most popular), Pineapple, Bananna, Lychee, Strawberry and so on...

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24 JANUARY 2019

Health Benefits of lassi

Lassi is not something new to Indians. The concept originated somewhere around 1000 BC and began either with fine fruits or pure spices. An ancient smoothie originally from the lands of Punjab and Multan in India is a yoghurt based drink that is popular among Indians for its incredibly refreshing taste. Lassi had been Indian subcontinent’s most popular traditional yoghurt for centuries but lost its authentic way of making due to adulteration...

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24 JANUARY 2019

Banarasi Lassi

Banarasi lassi is very different from Punjabi lassi. While Punjabi lassi is a frothy drink with a blob of fresh white butter floating on top, banarasi lassi is more like a dessert drink.I remember having a frothy fresh punjabi lassi served in huge metal glasses when i was a kid . That lassi used to be lightly sweetened and a little thinner too. I liked the kachhi lassi (which is actually fresh buttermilk) more as i like all things savory. In punjab villages lassi, seet or savory is always served with some fresh white butter floating on top.....