1. Brief description

Lassi, originally made from buffalo milk, is a yogurt-based beverage that originated in the Indian Punjab region. However, nowadays, it is primarily made with yogurt, water, sugar, and spices.

Lassi can be broadly categorized into two types: sweet and unsweetened.

In the northern Indian and Punjab regions, it is often mildly sweet or consumed with a pinch of salt. In Pakistan, it is enjoyed by mixing yogurt with water and adding a touch of salt. In Bangladesh, it is prepared with salt and mint.

2. Cooking ingredients(1 servings)

1 cup plain yogurt or Greek yogurt,

1/2 cup cold water,

2-3 tablespoons of sugar (adjust to taste)

little teaspoon cardamom powder (optional, but recommended for taste)

ice cubes (optional for cooler)

Chopped pistachios or almonds, A few sprigs of golden saffron, Mint leafs (optional for garnish)

3. How to cook

Step 1. Place yogurt, cold water, and ice in a blender or mixing bowl.

Step 2. Blend until slightly foamy.

Step 3. Adjust the amount of sugar or salt according to your personal preference.

Step 4. Garnish with chopped nuts, saffron or mint leaves.

4. cooking tips

You can also use honey instead of sugar.

You can also add mango pulp or syrup instead of sugar.

You can enjoy drinking it in hot summer, and it is good to drink it frothy because it is blended again before eating.