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Jaalpan / Lassi recipes
01 Jan 1999
Aam Lassi Slush by Tarla Dalal
Mangoes, curds and fresh mint leaves are all the ingredients you require to make this refreshing slush. Serve it along with a spicy chaat to soothe your taste buds!
28 Jan 15
Cardamom Lassi by Tarla Dalal
This flavourful lassi is mid-way between plain sweet lassi and little on the spiced side. A medium-sweet and rich drink with hints of elaichi, this famous Punjabi drink is perfect to serve with lunch or even to have as a snack by itself because it is quite filling. Garnish the Cardamom Lassi with sl ....
01 Jan 1999
Grape Lassi by Tarla Dalal
Black grapes blend very well with curds and also provide lots of fibre. Lassi is an excellent thirst quencher during the summers. Remember to use fresh low fat curds and really sweet grapes for this refreshing drink.
13 Apr 15
Grape Lassi ( Calcium Rich ) by Tarla Dalal
A calcium brimming drink using black grapes. Appealing and colour and flavours it is sure to please all palates.
30 Mar 15
Kairi ka Jaljeera by Tarla Dalal
This is one drink that will shake you awake even when you are dog tired on a hot summer’s day! Made with raw mangoes, coriander, mint and spice powders, this Kairi ka Jaljeera tastes similar to pani puri ka pani, and is absolutely refreshing when served chilled.
01 Jan 1999
Kesar-Pista Lassi by Tarla Dalal
Punjabis love their dry fruits. Visit any Punjabi house and you are bound to be offered a bowl full of assorted dry fruits ranging from walnuts to almonds and raisins to pistachios. Dry fruits are used in various Punjabi dishes and also as garnishes to rich halwas and mithais. Here's a great recip ....
01 Jan 1900
Khus Drink by Tarla Dalal
A refreshing drink for the hot summer.
28 Apr 14
Mango Lassi by Tarla Dalal
Mango, the King of Fruits has many followers world over. Punjab is no different. Punjabis love mangoes and have mango-based recipes in almost every course of the meal, right from the signature Aam ka Achaar made with raw mangoes to delicious, cool Mango Lassi made with juicy ripe ones. The mango pul ....
08 Apr 14
Mint Chaas by Tarla Dalal
Mint or pudina, as it is better known in india is known for its cooling properties world over. We've all seen mint milkshakes and ice creams and mint flavoured chocolates. But there's nothing that can top a mint flavoured chaas! this chilled concoction is just the thing one needs on a hot summer aft ....
20 Mar 14
Phudina Jeera Pani by Tarla Dalal
The next time you need something deliciously cooling yet tasty to drink after a hard day, you don't need to look far or opt for any unhealthy processed drinks. A refreshing and cooling drink, the phudina jeera pani looks delicious when served topped with boondi.
01 Jan 1999
Phudina Lassi by Tarla Dalal
A very refreshing drink that soothes your digestive system. Thick curd is blended with chopped pudina, black salt, sugar, jeera and ice and served in chilled classes topped with fresh sprigs of mint. Deliciously cool!
17 Aug 11
Banana Lassi by 00000
The creamy banana lassi is a nice variation to the popular and traditional yogurt-based lassi drink (sweet or salted)which originated in the punjab region of the indian subcontinent. It is made by blending yoghurt with mashed banana and sugar to prepare a sweet creamy lip smacking banana lassi.
23 Sep 11
Jal Jeera by sgambhir
A refreshing and popular summer drink,jal jeera is prepared from roasted cumin seeds powder mixed with black slat and other spices. The cool cumin seed water or jal jeera is a spiced up indian lemonade recipe which goes well as an accompaniment with any meal, especially in summers.
29 Sep 11
Lassi by navaashi
You can also substitute the original flavour by adding rose, pista or kewra instead of saffron and vanilla.
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