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Baisakhi marks the beginning of Hindu year. We can celebrate the beginning of this harvest festival with some of the easy-to-make vegetarian recipes. From Chole Bhatura to the chilled and refreshing lassi, there are many Baisakhi recipes that can be prepared to celebrate the big Hindu festival.
As Punjab is well know for its huge glass of filling and healthy lassi, here is a Baisakhi special, dry fruit mango lassi. Whenever you go to any Punjabi restaurant or visit the green state, you would be welcomed with a glass of refreshing lassi. There are many types of lassi that can be prepared using several ingredients. As mangoes are coming in this season, blend the juicy and sweet fruit with some dry fruits to prepare a lip smacking cooling summer drink. Check out the recipe.
Dry Fruit Mango Lassi: Baisakhi Recipe
Preparation time: 10 minutes
1. Yogurt- 1 cup
2. Mango- 1 (peeled and cut into pieces)
3. Almonds- 4-5 (crushed)
4. Pistachios- 3-4 (sliced)
5. Sugar- 3tsp
6. Rose water- a drop
7. Ice cubes- 3-4
1. Strain the yogurt and whisk it a little.
2. In a blender, grind yogurt with mango using little water. Add sugar and grind till the sugar dissolves.
3. Once the mango blends, add rose water and grind again for a few seconds.
4. Strain the blended mix so that the mango pulp and fiber is removed.
5. In a glass, add ice cubes and then pour the mango lassi. Garnish with dry fruits. If you want, you can also add dry fruits while blending.
Dry fruit mango lassi is ready to drink. Enjoy the refreshing summer drink and welcome guests this Baisakhi.