I am not a very big fan of sweet lassi, but I absolutely loved the spicy/salted version of it served with meals in almost all restaurants in Bangalore. When I saw ‘Mango lassi’ here at almost all Indian restaurants, I never actually thought of trying it. Then our friend told us that the mango lassi tastes absolutely yummy, so when I tried it, I could not stop at one glass. Mmmmm it was heavenly. Now I never miss any opportunity to have it at home and at restaurants. So when Sunil asked about this recipe, I bought a tin of mango pulp (I used ‘Kesar mango pulp’ for this, but any mango pulp can be used) so that I could continue to enjoy this heavenly drink atleast for 1 week :D.
Mango pulp 3/4 cup
Curd/yogurt 1 cup
Milk(optional) 3/4 cup
Sugar 2-3 tea spns
Cardamom 1/2 tea spn
Ripe mangoes can also be used instead of ‘mango pulp’. Peel mangoes and blend them in a blender/mixer to get a smooth pulp. Increase/decrease the amount of milk and sugar to get desired consistency and sweetness.
Blend all the ingredients in a blender/mixer for around 2 mins to get a smooth mixture.
Makes 2 glasses
Preparation time : 2-3mins
13 thoughts on “Mango lassi”
Shilpa …I love mango lassi and mango milk shake. I have tried making this lassi with the mangoes avble locally. It tastes gr8. One peculiar thing in all Indian restaurants, i have always seen this lassi on their menu card, if not the normal sweet and kara lassi. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.
Thank You! Will be trying it out soon. It’s too bad the restaurants charge soooo much for this drink.
What better drink to beat the heat!
Ilooks delicious and very tempting 🙂
Thanks for the recipe. I tried it and it turned out great.
My family is fond of this drink. I was actually searching for a recipe for our daughter Zani’s birthday party.
hi Shilpa r u from karnataka, always i use to search for recipes in the net once i got your aayi’s recipes website its very good website i found everything what i want, basically i am from karnataka so i miss the karnataka food like rasam, majjige , tili saru etc. thanks a lot
Happy diwali to u.
Can u plz post the recipe for kaju katlis? i just love them coz they are less sweet than the other sweets available
MADE IT, TRIED IT, LOVED IT…..AMAZING!!!!
tastes good, A+, cant go wrong with mango pulp.
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it’s reallt yummy…………..i luv mango lassi……..thnk u varadh maayi 4 sending dis new recipie……..
oye jee..kya kahana paka ti ho tussi.. bade maze da tha
thank u jee thank u!!!
mmmmmmmmmmmm……. its delicius……..[i gess]
um gonna try it home jst nw……….. mmmm