Last Updated on December 7, 2020
Kesar lassi recipe quick to quench our thrist and the choice was sweet lassi with kesar cardamom flavour…..the combination was just yum. Do give a try !
This post is special to me not for the recipe or any memories associated with it. Though it sounds silly to say that I got a wooden board of my choice finally….and this was the first click using it, Yes!! that is the truth 😀 I can even write a episode of the pain we(yes hubby is always the victim) went through searching for a wooden base. They never understood what I wanted and I was not satisfied with what they showed and this continued for so many months. Guess food bloggers would understand my plight 🙂
The making of lassi is close to shrikhand but the major difference is shrikhand uses hung curd and lassi uses just plain curd. Both are my favourite and mittu loves any yogurt based desserts and drinks so another reason to make this often 🙂
Kesar Sweet Lassi Recipe – Ingredients
Recipe Category: Beverage | Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Yogurt(chilled) – 1 cup
Sugar- 2 tsp
Saffron – 2 to 3 strands
Milk – 1 tbsp
Cardamom powder – 1/2 tsp
Nuts – 1 tsp just for garnish(I used chopped pistas and badams)
- Soak saffron strands in warm milk. Crush it well till the flavour is well mixed with milk. Set aside. Beat the curd well.
- Add sugar, cardamom powder and saffron soaked milk and blend it once in a mixer to combine well until frothy. Your kesar lassi is ready to be served.
Top it with malai, serve chilled and frothy.
- You can ignore the kesar flavour and enjoy it plain too. Or make it mango flavored if you like it
- Always prepare it fresh and serve it immediately.
- Do not add water and use thick yogurt for a creamier lassi.
- You can add crushed ice too while blending but don’t add more as it makes the lassi diluted.