Pink Lassi / Indian Yogurt Drink

PINK LASSI / INDIAN YOGURT DRINK RECIPE ~ Sweetened yogurt drink flavored with some concentrated fruit syrup

Yes, it’s pink. And yum. I have always made lassi – both sweet and the salty version. But after seeing this version from one of my favorite chefs on the internet, sweet lassi has never been the same again 🙂 With just a few drops of the famous Indian fruit juice concentrate, Roohafza, the regular sweet lassi gets a super-good flavor  and an adorable pink color!

Source: VahChef’s Hyderabad Sweet Lassi

Makes: 4 cups or servings of the drink

Cooking Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

  1. Plain yogurt – 2 to 3 cups (depending on how thick you want the lassi to be)
  2. Roohafza or any other fruit flavored juice concentrate – 1 tbsp or to taste
  3. Sugar – to taste
  4. Water – 1 or 2 cups as needed
  5. Mint for garnishing

Method:

  1. Whisk together the yogurt with water and sugar until well blended – adjust the amount of yogurt-to-water as to have the desired consistency. For a nice thick lassi, add 3 cups yogurt with 1 cup water. The amount of sugar needed can be adjusted to desired level of sweetness too, adding a little at a time to the mixture.
  2. Add a few drops of the Roohafza or any other fruit syrup and whisk some more to blend well.
  3. Pour into serving glasses, top off with some ice and mint for garnishing.
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  1. […] bread/ buns can make you thirsty real quick – so do remember to whip up a glass of this sweet pink lassi to go with the Pav Bhaji masala. What a perfect Sunday […]



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