Thursday, June 10, 2010

Mango and Strawberry Lassi

Recently I bought a carton of mango from India store but still have plenty leftover..So before it's goes bad,I peel,cut and puree all the over-ripe mango and store in freezer for future use..Then I decided to use some of the over-ripe sweet mango to make mango lassi..The mango I bought has buttery texture and very sweet..Lassi is a popular India drink which many people from different culture love it!..






Ingredients:

3-4 mango medium size peeled and cut
5-6 strawberry,remove the stem and wash
1 cup half and half or whole milk
1/2 cup yogurt
1-2 dash cinnamon powder
1-2 cup ice cube or more
some whipped cream
Method:
1:Pour all the above ingredients in blender,puree or blend until will combine..Then pour lassi into glasses.Top with some whipped cream before serve chill.







8 comments :

Kristin said...

What a tasty summer drink. I have some strawberries in the refrigerator now. All I have to do is get my hands on some mango and I am ready to make this!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

A new combination to me, but this is the best drink serve now in this kind hot weahter here.

pigpigscorner said...

I love lassi! Great with spicy food and so refreshing!

lily's wai sek hong said...

just in time for summer

noobcook said...

looks totally refreshing and perfect for the warm weather :)

Peggy said...

Love your blog! I've just moved to NYC and am wondering where you can buy ikan bilis (to make nasi lemak) around here? Any help would be greatly appreciated! :)

My Asian Kitchen said...

Thank you ladies for your wonderful comments:)


Peggy:
Peggy:)
Thank you for dropping by:) You can go to Manhattan in Chinatown to get your asian stock if you live in Manhattan..Any asian market have ikan bilis at their shelf..If you live in Queens go to Chinatown in Flushing or Elmhurst
If you live in Brooklyn go to 8th Ave (Sunset Park) Chinatown..I like to get my ikan bilis ready clean..so no extra work needed.Hope this help:)

Anonymous said...

I just made this with soymilk and it turned it out great! I also used a 5.4 ounces of yogurt because that was the size the of the container and I didn't feel like measuring lol.

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