Mango Lassi – Mango Flavored Yogurt Drink Recipe

Summer=Mango
Simple as that!
Lassi is a refreshing yogurt beverage that has a cooling effect and is great for the summer months. Though many different types of lassis are available, none are as famous as the renowned Mango Lassi. Enjoy the perfect combination of Mango and Yogurt with this mango lassi recipe and enjoy the summer. 🙂

Ingredients:

Ripe Mango
Yogurt
Sugar
Ice
Ginger Juice (optional)
Powdered Cardamom (optional)

Method:

1. Wash, peel, cut and cube Mango.
2. In a blender, take same amount of Mango and Yogurt.
3. To that add in Sugar, Ice and Ginger Juice.
4. Blend it to a smoothie consistency.
5. Pour into a glass and sprinkle some Powdered Cardamom on it and serve immediately.

Tip:
1. Use a sweet, ripe and a non-fibrous mango for best results.
2. Add in some milk and extra sugar if the yogurt is too sour for.
3. Change out to another fruit for a different flavor.

0 thoughts on “Mango Lassi – Mango Flavored Yogurt Drink Recipe

  1. Awesome recipe…
    I was wondering that you guys can also show ‘Avocado shake’ in your Beverages section. I make it with some avocado, milk, honey and ilaichi. These all are mixed and ground really well. It tastes yummy and is great for health.

  2. The yogurt used in your video seemed really thick.Will it not be better to use low fat or no fat yogurt so easier to drink.Can I make mango lassi with no fat or low fat yogurt?.
    Thanks

    1. Hi Piloo,

      You can use any type of yogurt for lassi. When yogurt is blended, it liquefies quite a bit (even if it is very thick).

  3. Hetal, Anuja,
    Mango lassi has always been my favourite. However, the interesting part is that anywhere outside India, I have seen it the most Indian you can get. Any indian restaurant outside India would have it (I have got it even in Hongkong, Macau, Amsterdam where you least expect it). However, in India, you would never get a mango lassi at the restaurants. Having said that, it is a great recipe and I love mangoes in whichever form they take.

  4. hai,
    all ur recipes r very gud one of my friend told me dont add cardomom in summer drinks she said it make body hot is it true?ts is my favorite summer drink god bless u.

  5. Hi Gals, I never used to add ginger but this time it was different and gooood! Thanks for the tip…..
    You keep well..
    Happy Easter to you and your families…..

  6. hi HETEL AND ANUJA,nice recipe will definitely try it .it is winter in nz .mango’s are available from peru and phillipines but will try it and have it in front of the heater.keep the recipes coming and keep up the good work
    regard kamla.nz

  7. I add a pinch of saffron too in my mango lassi…it tastes divine…every time adding pinch of spice this time try adding pinch of saffron 🙂

  8. Hi Anuja and Hetal: I like your recipe even better, I used to make it with mango, Yogurt and milk and water. Thanks, You both are awesom.

  9. Love you girls! Lucious Lassi! I have used canned mango pulp for lassi as well as a Mango pie. Canned pulp is a fitting substitute for fresh mango. Keep up good work ladies. P. S. I have a wonderful mango tree in my yard in Florida. This year, full of baby mangoes.

  10. Hey there,

    I live in Tennessee in a very small town and there is no way i can find indian mango here. I am aauming you made this from indian mango, right? We have tried so many mangos from kroger, walmart but they are never even near to indian mangoes in taste. I guess, i just have to look ur video and relish it.

    1. hi Pink butterfly,

      I don’t know what small town in TN you live but i live in TN too and if u aware of Knoxville area there is 2 Indian stores in Kingston Pike and u find all kinds of Indian grocerys and one more thing to mention last week i went to Walmart and i saw Marathon Mangoes thets the kind of mangoes Indian stors carrys in USA.
      I hope this will help.

  11. hi hetal/Anuja

    Can we use the canned mango pulp for this recipe? will it taste the same as using fresh mango

    thanks

    1. Hi Abbey,

      Sorry we missed your question…sometimes questions just fall through the crack (it is not intentional).

      Yes, if fresh mangoes are not available, you can use the canned but the taste will be distinctly different.

  12. Hi Hetal & Anuja
    I live in Plano,can you suggest which indian store I can purchase delicious mangoes like the ones you have on your show.Thanks
    Neha

  13. lovely drink…
    hi hetal and anuja

    i just love all yr posts.they r awsome .for this can i use the mango pulp (that comes in cans ) from indian store ? v use it generally with puri-rass and puri ? if yes,will the method be same ?

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