Lassi - Drink Secrets


All About Indian Yogurt Based Drink “Lassi”


Lassi is known as a traditional chilled beverage that comes from India. This is made from yogurt or buttermilk and ranges of flavorings. Lots of Indian restaurants serve lassi on their menu, because this drink is a renowned accompaniment to spicy dishes of Indians. It can be done at home with the help of a blender or a set of eggbeaters. Several markets also sell this yogurt drink in prepackaged containers for convenience and it is available at sidewalk stalls in India.


Based from the historic texts, lassi and different forms of lassi have been made for centuries. Special versions with ingredients such as honey are employed in several Hindu rites and ayurvedic practitioners might prescribe lassi to cure certain conditions. One of the most common ingredients in lassi drink is the toasted cimun that is supposed to aid digestion. The other special ingredients might also be utilized in ayurvedic lassi but depending on the condition of the patient.


When it comes to practicality, lassi is a great accompaniment for food that is spicy and hot. Yogurt and other dairy products can also aid temper the heat of chilies for diners who are not familiar to them, and yogurt made it easier to digest spicy foods. This yogurt helps by simply cooling and uplifting, and it is consumed as a drink when eating.


The texture of this drink varies. Mostly of the people generate it with varying proportions of water and yogurt when several drinks are totally thick and chunky, while there are some that are thin. The lassi can also be made colder by pouring ice on it and some cook wanted to top lassi with clotted cream to make a loaded flavor. It can also be made with buttermilk for more tartness or ingredients such as soymilk or coconut can be employed for vegans or people with lactose intolerance.

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