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Mango lassi is a delicious and refreshing Indian drink made with mangoes, yogurt, and milk. It is believed to have originated in the Punjab region of India and is now popular all over the subcontinent. There are many different ways to make a mango lassi, but the most common ingredients are mangoes, yogurt, milk, and sugar.
Mangoes have been grown in India for thousands of years and are a very important part of Indian cuisine. The first recorded recipe for a mango lassi was in the book Nuskha-e-Shahjahani, which was written in the early 1600s. This book was a collection of recipes compiled by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan's personal chef. The recipe for mango lassi in this book was very simple and only called for mangoes, yogurt, and milk.
Since then, mango lassi has become a popular drink all over the subcontinent. It is often made with different fruits, such as bananas or strawberries, and different spices, such as cardamom or cloves. Mango lassi is a popular drink to have with Indian food, but it is also a popular dessert. It is often served with a dollop of whipped cream on
When making mango lassi, start by gathering fresh mango, yogurt, milk, sugar, and cardamom. Peel and dice the mango and add it to a blender with the yogurt, milk, and sugar. Blend the ingredients on high speed until the mixture is smooth. Add a pinch of cardamom and pulse the blender a few times until the cardamom is mixed in. Taste test and adjust the sweetness to your liking by adding more sugar if necessary. Chill the lassi for at least an hour before serving. Enjoy!
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