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I loved this, I didn’t have any cardamom, can’t wait to try it with that next time. Such an easy delicious recipe. I made it with frozen mango, homemade plain yogurt and drizzled honey … so good.
Delicious! Add a drizzle of honey on top!!
Pretty good and easy
I loved it!
Tasted amazing used honeydew melon
Scrumptious. I am wondering about the nutritional and caloric content.
Hi, Delia! We don’t currently calculate nutritional information on our recipes. I’d recommend using an online nutritional calculator like this one. Thanks!
Simple and perfect – thank you!
its amazing !!!
Calls for way too much yogurt couldn’t even taste the mango
I agree about the ratio. We decided to add more mango and still could have added more.
This is lassi– the traditional recipe just calls for water and yogurt! If you want less yogurt, you want a mango smoothie, not mango lassi. :)
That being said, I found this recipe to be too thick, so I added extra milk. I was using a fairly thick yogurt, though. If you do want to thin it out, use sugar instead of honey or the honey will sink to the bottom.
Adding some fresh thick cream at the top works wonders. It’s called Malai in the Indian sub-continent and is obtained by boiling full-fat milk, letting it cool down and scooping off the Malai on the top.
Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing, Harshad.
I used canned kesar mango pulp (1 cup) in place of the mangoes and omitted the extra sugar/honey. It was delicious!
Yummy!! This could be a dessert with a spoon in it. I also want to try to freeze it and see if it makes like an ice cream
It was delicious
Tastes quite nice but far too sweet. To get more of a mango kick, I added more mango in the recipe. It is a bit over the top with Yoghourt and milk.
Adjusting the level of sweetness is noted in the recipe’s intro and also in the recipe to the amount of honey “to taste”.
The receipe was simple n outcome delicious :)
I followed the directions and used fresh mango and a little ice. My son LOVED it! I’ll be making it again. Thanks!
Simple and quick. Was delicious and very refreshing.I used mango pulp from a can. (Indian grocery store)Did not need any sweetener as the mango pulp was sweet.
I just made this with very ripe peaches. No sugar necessary if the fruit is sweet enough. Two servings for DH and me. Very refreshing, thanks.
I’m making a special Indian meal for my son’s birthday tomorrow, he LOVES lassi, how many servings does this recipe make please? I’m thinking I may need to double it to make sure there’s enough for a family of 5?
Yes I would double if you want a full sized serving for everyone. As written, it yielded about four half cup servings with a little extra. This was good for me and my kids to share, but adults may want more.
Thanks! I scanned the recipe and missed how many it served! I doubled the quantities in the end which was the right amount, although of course everyone wanted more it was so delicious!
Hi, Emma! I agree with Malinda — I’d double or even triple it. Personally, I like a whole cup for a serving!
I love lassi and I wanna make lassi at home