Vitamin C enriched fresh strawberry with yogurt, which is the best source of probiotic, make this strawberry lassi and immune boosting drink! It tasty, looks pretty and so easy that even a kid can make it.
Lassi is a very popular yogurt-based drink in India which is served in regular cafes, rode side stalls and of course at home all summer round. There are several different ways you can serve Lassi. Strawberry lassi is just one such flavor choice that kids love a lot, probably because of the color.
I personally love Delhi street side lassi that is foamy and topped with a thick layer of “malai (milk skin)” or this fruit lassi. In out last grocery shopping, we got lucky to find a box of strawberries and that very sunny afternoon we made this sweet strawberry lassi.
Ingredients for Strawberry Lassi:
- Plain thick yogurt
- Fresh strawberries
- Green cardamoms
- Pinch of salt
- Roughly cut the strawberries.
- Put it in the blender with yogurt, sugar and few green cardamom.
- Blend until smooth
- Enjoy right away
If you keep the lassi if the refrigerator, you will notice a little amount of water will settle at the bottom of the bottle or glass. It’s normal. Just mix it around with a spoon and enjoy it cold.
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In our current situation of dealing with Coronavirus, we are all struggling a little bit finding a balance between work from home, school from home and putting up a meal together. And if you have a little one without a sibling, chances are you have almost no ‘me’ time.
As I was working for a client to put up a content for my Instagram stories, I involved Avyan to make this strawberry lassi. He loved the idea of taking complete control and I had to capture the actions.
It was a great day to sit outside, so had a good time soaking up some vitamin D and enjoying this immune boosting Strawberry Lassi.
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- 5 strawberries
- 1 and ½ cup plain yogurt
- 3 tablespoon sugar
- 3 green cardamoms
- pinc of salt
- Put everything in a blender and blend it until smooth.
- Add more sugar if needed.
This is something I've never made at home, and something my son is sure to love! Because he is all about the strawberry life. 😀
Oh and your baby boy is the cutest!!
This sounds wonderful. Cardamom is such a soothing and also vibrant spice, especially when freshly ground. In this recipe, do you use the whole cardamom including pod?
That looks so totally gorgeous Kankana! I love the fresh colors and your styling is just beautiful. I love lassi and I think I definitely am gonna make this very soon.
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I have not made a lassi in awhile, this looks so refreshing and lovely 🙂
What a refreshing and healthy drink! Gorgeous clicks.
Such bright, beautiful, and berry (wink) brilliant photos!
And like your hubby, I too would prefer the sweet lassi minus cumin 😀
It's been far too long since I visited your site. Loving the new look. Also loving your berry lassi. I make them alot in the spring and summer, and berries are always a first choice. Your recipe and photos are just delicious! Congrats on the two features:)
I would have never thought of adding cumin to a sweet drink. I'll have to try it.
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This looks so beautiful! I am going to have to try this- not sure if I want the cumin in it, like your husband, but may have to give it a try!
i don't know what else to say other than simply breathtaking. Seriously, I can't keep my eyes on anything else other than this gorgeous berry color
I love Cumin, Berries and Yougurt never thought to put them together. YUM!
Hi Kankana, I never made lassi before - I'd love to give it a try, it sounds delicious, and the cumin... hehe, that sounds really interesting! I can't imagine what it must be like in this?!
Looks like a delicious drink. The addition of salt is interesting.
Beautiful lassi! Brilliant idea to use berries, I am sure they tastes amazing with cumin and honey. And the photos are gorgeous :-). Wonderful recipe!
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So pretty and refreshing! I wouldn't hesitate to drink them all either! I could stare at your photos all day long. Stunning.
So pretty. Glad that you decided to click the pictures for us 🙂 This is one of my favorite summer drinks. Loved the addition of cumin .
beautiful pics. pls share some tips on photography
Pretty lassi..Luv the first picture...Amazing post.