Raw mango or green mango lassi. A very refreshing and delectable drink to beat the heat. You can customize your lassi according to your taste. You can use any flavour according to your choice. See notes for more options.
Lassi with raw mango, ginger, and mint leaves is a refreshing and flavorful beverage with the tanginess of raw mangoes and the cooling effect of mint leaves. The zing of ginger made this lassi more delicious.
Lassi is a traditional yogurt-based drink popular in South Asia, known for its ability to quench thirst and provide relief from the heat. And lassi is also very nutritious.
Is mango lassi is good for you?
Mango lassi is a very nourishing and delicious drink. You can make lassi sweet or savoury both.
What is the raw material for lassi?
Lassi can be prepared in different method. Curd or yogurt, cumin, black salt, lemon juice, sugar, cardamom etc can be used to make lassi. Ripe mango, strawberry or any fruit can be used to make flavored lassi.
Is lassi heavy to digest?
No, lassi is made with curd or yogurt so its very light and easy to digest.
What is the difference between sweet lassi and mango lassi?
Sweet lassi is made of curd or yogurt, sugar, cardamom, lemon juice, saffron, rose essence, cumin and other spices. You can make your lassi according to your taste. Add any flavour according to your choice. And mango lassi is made with ripe or raw mango, curd or yogurt and cardamom etc.
You may like to try three more lassi recipes from this blog. Here are recipes below
You can also try Kesar badam lassi from the blog of my blogger friend Priya Iyer.
To prepare this variation of lassi, fresh raw mango is peeled, chopped and blended with yogurt to create a smooth base. Ginger, known for its spicy and aromatic qualities, is added to provide a delightful kick and a hint of warmth. You can also use a small piece of green chilli to give a spicy kick to the lassi. Mint leaves, with their cool and refreshing taste, are then incorporated to enhance the flavor. The combination of raw mango, ginger, and mint creates a harmonious balance of sweet, tangy, and herbal notes, resulting in a rejuvenating and invigorating drink. It can be enjoyed as a cooling summer beverage or served alongside biryani or spicy meals to complement and soothe the palate.
Lassi with raw mango, ginger, and mint leaves offers a delightful fusion of flavors that tantalize the taste buds and provide a respite from the scorching heat, making it a popular choice for those seeking a revitalizing drink. Black salt and little sugar with all the ingredients made this drink divine. You can use sugar and salt according to your taste. You can also use a small piece of green chilli for a spicy kick.
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Raw mango – 1/4 cup, peeled and chopped
Curd or yogurt – 1&1/2 cup
Water – 1/2 cup
Ginger – 1/2 teaspoon, grated
Mint leaves – 1-2 tablespoon
Pink or black salt – 1/2 teaspoon
Sugar – 2 teaspoon or to taste
Jal jeera powder – 1 teaspoon
Ice cubes as require
1. Peel and chop the mango into small pieces. Rinse the mango pieces.
2. In a blender jar add mango pieces, ginger, mint leaves, black or pink salt, sugar, jal jeera powder, ice cubes and 1/2 cup water.
3. After blending, taste and add salt or little sugar if required and blend again. You can also add 1/2 teaspoon roasted cumin powder if you want. Blend everything well.
4. You can grind the mango pieces first for easy blending. Pour the mixture into the glass. You can add some ice cubes in the glass before pouring lassi. I didn’t.
5. Garnish with raw mango pieces and mint leaves. You can sprinkle little roasted cumin powder over the lassi. Serve chilled.
1. You can sprinkle little roasted cumin powder over the lassi if you want.
2. Use salt and sugar according to your taste.
3. A small piece of green chilli can be used to give a spicy kick to the lassi.
4. If you like your lassi thick and creamy don’t use water while blending. Add salt accordingly. Use only 1/4 teaspoon Black salt. Taste after blending, add more salt if required.
5. You can also make this lassi as chhach or buttermilk. Just add more water with roasted cumin powder and skip sugar.
Raw/Green Mango Lassi
- 1 Mixer
- 1 Knife
- 1/4 Cup Raw mango Peeled and chopped
- 1&1/2 Cup Curd or yogurt
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1/2 Tsp Grated ginger
- 1-2 Tbsp Mint leaves Black salt
- 1/2 Tsp Black salt
- 2 Tsp Sugar Or to taste
- 1 Tsp Jal jeera powder
- Ice cubes As required
- Peel and chop the mango into small pieces. Rinse the mango pieces.
- In a blender jar add mango pieces, ginger, mint leaves, black or pink salt, sugar, jal jeera powder, ice cubes and 1/2 cup water.
- After blending, taste and add salt or little more sugar if required and blend again. You can also add 1/2 teaspoon roasted cumin powder if you want. Blend everything well.
- You can grind the mango pieces first for easy blending. Taste and adjust the seasoning. Pour the mixture into the glass. You can add some ice cubes in the glass before pouring lassi. I didn’t.
- Garnish with raw mango pieces and mint leaves. You can sprinkle little roasted cumin powder over the lassi. Serve chilled.
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