Serve this flavoured yogurt drink for hot summer. Lassi can be savoury or sweet, our sweet version takes its flavour from rose syrup and honey. It is healthful refreshment anytime. It is especially nice as a mouth cooling accompaniment to spicy food.
Preparation time: 10 mins
• Natural low fat yogurt-1 cup
• Low fat milk-1/2cup
• Honey/agave nectar-2tbsp
• Rose syrup-3tbsp
• Rose petals/ chopped roasted pistachios
• Combine yogurt, honey, rose syrup in blender and blend it until smooth and frothy.
• Refrigerate and serve cold, garnished with petals/nuts
To serve immediately:
• Use ice cubes in place of water pulse until crushed and serve.
You can use sugar instead of honey
Use any flavour of your choice for variation
This is my very first post to Fiesta Friday hosted by Angie of The Novice Gardner. Thanks Angie for hosting and giving an oppourtunity. I am very happy to join this club and meet new amazing people.
Posted on June 14, 2014, in Juices/Beverages and tagged Chitras healthy kitchen, drchdietfood, prakruthi honey, prakruthi honey bangalore, prakruthi honey recipes, Rose Lassi, Sweet Lassi. Bookmark the permalink. 24 Comments.
Welcome to Fiesta Friday! Your recipe sounds like a fantastic drink for the warm months ahead. Thanks so much for sharing it with us! 🙂
Thanks for an opportunity to be part of it. Feels great and look forward be part of FF
I like rose milk.. Never tried lassi though..looks nice
Thanks it came out well and easy to make as well
This is a refreshing drink! Rose water is not the same as rose syrup, right, or can it be used instead?
Apsara Rose syrup is concentrated which are usually available in Indian grocery stores. Rose essence can be used instead. Rose water will be less concentrated and doesn’t provide much fragrance to lassi
Hi Chitra! This sounds refreshing! I have never heard of rose syrup.
Lori – Rose syrup is usually available in Indian grocery stores. They are concentrated with high fragrance of rose. Try them you may like it
Happy Fiesta Friday #20, Chitra! This rose lassi is so refreshing. Where do you obtain your rose syrup? it is different than rose-water right? 😛
Rose syrup is usually available in Indian stores. It is a concentrated syrup which is ideal of lassi and desserts as well
Wow this looks too good Chitra 🙂
Yesssssss now that is yummmyyy.. my favourite when I am in punjab..
This one is a bit posh… 🙂
Thank you…it is easy to make at home as we rose syrup easily. Happy for your continuous feedback and encourgemnr
This sounds really good–I will have to try it this summer!
Thanks Nancy…. It was an easy recipe
Good one , like to follow it
Thanks for your interest..feel happy
I made it & loved it too! 🙂 xxx
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So nice to know…You tried and liked it….
Yes, yes! 😀
I can’t ask for anything better…Hugs
Hugs right back at you!
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