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Mango Lassi Recipe

Category: Beverages
Rating: 3.87
Servings: 4


Ingredients

3 cup plain yogurt
1 cup milk
1 cup water
1 cup mango pulp
1/2 cup sugar
1 oz pistachios, ground



Directions: How to Cook Mango Lassi

In a pitcher, combine the yogurt, milk, water, pulp, and sugar. Whisk briskly until completely mixed. Chill.

To serve, pour over crushed ice. Sprinkle the ground pistachios over the top. Makes 4 to 6 servings.

Recipe: Shiva Indian Restaurant, 2514 Times Blvd, Houston Texas


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 Recent comments on this recipe:

JR writes:

Very sweet. Maybe I overdid the suger.

Posted on 15 Dec 2007, 01:49 ET


ben writes:

make sure your mangos are of great quality!

Posted on 02 Jan 2008, 22:22 ET


jk writes:

my friend is indian and she showed us how to make a mango lassi.it was de-lish!!!

Posted on 04 Mar 2008, 19:07 ET


loy writes:

Your recipe might be very sweet, maybe less sugar

Posted on 09 Mar 2008, 15:58 ET


martha writes:

my friend is indian said no need for water and milk to obtain the nice rich thickness

Posted on 23 Mar 2008, 14:16 ET


Sal Emmanuel writes:

Diabetics and potential diabetics beware. It is totally irresponsible to add large amounts of sugar and harm your future. Preferably use a sugar substitute. Diabetes has too many harmful effects to ignore - heart disease, kidney failure, blindness. Bewarned take care.

Posted on 30 Mar 2008, 05:12 ET


tom writes:

My recipe does not include Sugar / Yogurt.. Just good ol mango pulp + Milk.. Tastes great...

Also (in response to Sal Emmanuel), latest research (search for it at Economist.com) suggests that sugar substitutes makes people fatter in the long run as compared to sugar... Just avoid sugar and sugar substitutes if you can.

Posted on 30 Mar 2008, 10:43 ET


don't need milk!!! writes:

ok... your recipe is okay, but i think no milk is needed fro this lassi as it makes it more thicker without milk!!

Posted on 23 Apr 2008, 20:06 ET


sujaya writes:

very good

Posted on 02 May 2008, 19:51 ET


JJ writes:

Tasted very very very very very very very ver very very very very very very very very very good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on 02 May 2008, 19:53 ET


toilet brush writes:

ate this at a indian restrant It ROX INDIAS SOCKS

Posted on 19 May 2008, 00:40 ET


me writes:

i love mango lassi go to flavors of india they got some good stuff


Posted on 25 Jul 2008, 15:56 ET


huh??? writes:

u dont need any water...just a little milk and yougurt...gets nice thick and dreamy without the water



my maago milk recipe: 1 1/2 cups milk 2-3 tbsp of mango pulp
1 1/2 tbsp of vanilla ice cream
sugar(if deired)



btw u dont have to add vanilla ice cream but it tastes best like that


serving size 1


Posted on 04 Oct 2008, 13:26 ET


renu writes:

delicious prepared it at home and sprinkled with nuts and raisins was loved by all
thanks

Posted on 09 Oct 2008, 07:33 ET


leila writes:

it tastes really good and my dad is
indian and said his mum used to make just lassi.it tastes sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good iloved it soooooooo much

Posted on 02 Nov 2008, 14:14 ET


kat von d writes:

i love making mango lassi from this recipe itis great and the guys back at my tatoo studio love it as well

Posted on 24 Nov 2008, 17:17 ET


jen writes:

I don think you need the water.

Posted on 27 Jan 2009, 20:38 ET


Ann writes:

This recipe is for using unsweetened mango pulp but since I can only get sweetened in the can, I omitted the sugar and it was fine. of course, I used way more pulp than this recipe suggested, it was too yogurty for me. If you are using unsweetened mango pulp then I'd suggest using white grape fruit juice Concentrate (from the freezer section) -- you'll never know it's there and the lassi will be sweet, just don't put the whole 1/2 cup in, start with a couple tablespoons and work up from there to taste.

Posted on 10 Feb 2009, 20:52 ET


blabla writes:

ALRIGHT FOR HOME MADE LASSI

Posted on 23 Mar 2009, 13:38 ET


hi writes:

love it!!!!! maybe more sugar.

Posted on 28 Mar 2009, 18:20 ET


Fattheh writes:

This recipe turned out to be very good. I love it! You should try to make mango pie. It tastes as good as this. Yummm! See ya! :)

Posted on 20 Apr 2009, 20:12 ET


Amit writes:

Good recipe

Posted on 27 Apr 2009, 09:56 ET


Tina writes:

Was very delicious, but I halved the sugar and added more mango pulp. The original was too tangy (yogurty) for me.

Posted on 03 May 2009, 00:15 ET


Bob writes:

Thank you for the recipe it was great.

Posted on 12 May 2009, 10:59 ET


DL writes:

The recipe is great...a little less sugar would be perfect. Use 3 tablespoons of sugar of 1 packet of splenda...Note: Mangos are already sweet :) Enjoy!!!

Posted on 18 May 2009, 18:16 ET


samantha writes:

mango lasi is a indian drink


Posted on 11 Jun 2009, 10:55 ET


Lamasauras writes:

Hmmm...this recipe looks good although I haven't tried it yet, there are a lot of good comments. I will try it (with less sugar and no water). Thxx a lot!

Posted on 15 Jun 2009, 21:15 ET


zariya writes:

the best recipe l had ever found

Posted on 22 Jun 2009, 18:30 ET


Mackenzie writes:

i love mango lassi that is my favorite drink


Posted on 23 Jun 2009, 10:54 ET


diya writes:

guyz im indian and i have a much, much better recipe-
2 mangos, peeled and cut
1 cup plain yogurt
1/2 cup sugar or sugar substitute
generous heaping of ice
optional: 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
Just blend everything together

Posted on 22 Jul 2009, 14:07 ET


Person writes:

Luved it without the milk or water. Vanila Ice Cream recipe sounds good. Plus, will ya'll stop impersonating Miley she is just a girl leave her alone anyway, she would never say that stuff out loud, let alone on a recipe website!!!!
Later,
Someone

Posted on 22 Jul 2009, 18:38 ET


syamu writes:

it tastes great! i really love it so yammi:)

Posted on 04 Aug 2009, 19:24 ET


Ada writes:

Hello.

It is not pistachios ground that it is added to Mango Lassi but cardamon.

Posted on 18 Aug 2009, 03:50 ET


Rahul writes:

Some people posted their Mango Lassi recepie with NO YOGURT in it. Lassi is not a lassi without yogurt.
If you do only Mango pulp and milk (may or may not vanilla ice-cream), it gives you Mango-shake NOT Mango Lassi. Bottomline: No Lassi can be made without YOGURT!!!

Posted on 05 Sep 2009, 17:37 ET


yucky(never tried it) writes:

i did not try it.........i will soon..... mabye its yummy.....mabye not

Posted on 19 Sep 2009, 22:16 ET


amy writes:

YUM


i love this recipe but one thing you dont need water if u want it to be GOOD anyways
i tried it and what u really need besides water is some sweet suger you can by it at publix seriously take MY! advice but other then thet it is DE-LISH yummy in my tummy. i said YUMM!!!

Posted on 13 Nov 2009, 09:57 ET


JENNY AMY] writes:

WHAT


THIS recipe is awsome never tried it but cool i went to flavors of india and there it has MANGO LASSI like its from HEAVEN i tell you if u want some good stuff try my advice trust me i did it & guess what happend YUMM!!

Posted on 13 Nov 2009, 10:01 ET


nabeel ahmed writes:

Its suuuuuuuperb and delicous recipeI love every person in the world should try at least one time.

Posted on 03 Dec 2009, 20:53 ET


jae writes:

very good. i added more mango pulp. but it could do with less sugar. and mabe some honey. :) but very yum!

Posted on 13 Dec 2009, 20:02 ET


dghjs writes:

good

Posted on 02 Feb 2010, 16:40 ET


R writes:

I put real mangoes in it and to thin it out i put almond milk in it instead of real milk and i used authentic middle eastern style yogurt in it.
You should try it is very good


Posted on 26 Feb 2010, 15:11 ET


Mike writes:

The recipe is perfect. I didn't bother with ice. I just chilled it in a jug in the fridge and served it from the jug. It is best drunk with a straw because it is too thick to drink easily from the glass.

Posted on 13 Mar 2010, 17:34 ET


MRUDU writes:

SOUNDS VERY COOL,NEVER TRY B4 BUT NOW I WILL TRY WITH VANILLA ICE CREAM THXX!

Posted on 16 Apr 2010, 14:15 ET


Bienvenido Yangco writes:

Excellent mango lassi!!!

Posted on 17 Apr 2010, 19:36 ET


eyak writes:

a load of crap

Posted on 02 May 2010, 19:16 ET


touchmybuta writes:

i wnt to hve some fun yow if any of you goyyes are bore than come to me.so u can toch my botas

Posted on 07 May 2010, 17:18 ET


Nicole writes:

I love mango lassi for life.
It is so nice I want to marry it!

Posted on 20 May 2010, 08:09 ET


SS writes:

Nice.
Used unsweetened mango pulp.So added little more sugar than half.And no water.
But yogurt smell/taste dominates than mango. Of course that's what Lassi is.


Posted on 12 Jun 2010, 16:00 ET


t writes:

i had mango lassi at an Indian restaurant i forget what its called but it was really good when i go back i'll put the name of it up here.i haven't tried this recipe yet,but i dont think you need the water/milk it would make it way too thin.the yogurt makes it thick.i'm not going to put pistachios i love them but on mango lassi?no way it's probably gonna be way sweet i'll find out.people if you dont know what mango pulp is it's the inside of the mango the part you eat.anyways i love Indian food!

Posted on 01 Aug 2010, 13:34 ET


t writes:

i'm going to try diya's recipe it sounds delicious!

Posted on 01 Aug 2010, 13:41 ET


Mimo writes:

mmmmmmm. YUMMYYY, this Mango lassi is soooo good, I tried it in an indian restaurant in Banff-Canada, It's called (MASALA) ..It was soo good.... TRY IT>>>and healthy tho..



Posted on 13 Aug 2010, 15:52 ET


pp writes:

try adding two tablespoons of hot chilli powder for an authentic indian taste!

Posted on 16 Aug 2010, 14:04 ET


Anisa writes:

it was good very good

Posted on 19 Aug 2010, 13:46 ET


Janiceg writes:

Had a mango lassi at our local Indian resturant yesterday, was absolutley fabulous. They advised use milk, yogurt and mango pulp only..
.
We are having a family Indian meal tommorow night, will make the lassi then. But will not use the sugar as the mango pulp already has sugar in it.

Posted on 27 Aug 2010, 13:11 ET


Zoe writes:

I luv this recipe now im sure to make it anytime

Posted on 19 Sep 2010, 21:14 ET


miko writes:

i do add vanilla into the lassi, and at least two coffe spoons of milled cardamon... these spices make that drink ace one! :)

Posted on 30 Nov 2010, 01:53 ET


Laabh writes:

I love mango lassi's with a passion. They're my favorite!!!!

Posted on 30 Nov 2010, 12:25 ET


Patty writes:

I made this Lassi tonight and even though I didn't have pistacchios it still tasted wonderful - my famil said so anyway !!! Thank you for the recipe

Posted on 08 Dec 2010, 16:35 ET


kavitha writes:

im wondering if you can mak the mango lassi without the mango pulp?

Posted on 05 Feb 2011, 09:30 ET


Teresa writes:

While In Bali, Indonesia (the only Hindu island in all of Indonesia) my favorite drink was lassi. I asked the waiter at my favorite eatery for the recipe. The fruit must be very ripe. Put lots of one type of cut up fruit into blender to liquefy, add two T. of plain yogurt, two T. of milk and a little honey to sweeten. He also added some ice cubes, not too much. The result was a thick, fruity delicious drink. It is all about the fruit and little of the yogurt, milk and honey. Never add juice or water as it will dilute the lassi and the true flavor of the fruit will be lost. This is the way I love it!

Posted on 04 Mar 2011, 18:07 ET


ewwwwwww writes:

that was sooo disgusting

Posted on 29 Mar 2011, 15:35 ET


Samir writes:

nice recipe

Posted on 19 Apr 2011, 17:00 ET


Yey writes:

Yey i love it, although i love poo more:)

Posted on 16 Aug 2011, 12:39 ET


Mike writes:

I love yummy mangoes especially ripe ones! Yhis recipe is really good although needs a little extra oomph, i suggest excretion. It enhances the colour and also the taste!

By the way, the question 17minus four was quite challenging, i suggest the website change it, i had to google it to work it out.

Thanksss. X<3

Posted on 16 Aug 2011, 12:43 ET


Hal writes:

USE A BLENDER: I had a ripe but stringy mango so I used a blender. Almost no strings left.

LEAVE OUT MILK: I reduced yogurt to 2 cups because blender wouldn't hold 3, and that intensified the mango flavor. Next time I'll use all 3 cups yogurt and leave out the milk instead.

NEED WATER TO THIN IT: I've made lassis without water or milk and they were too thick to drink without a spoon.

USE ICE CUBES INSTEAD OF WATER: Since I used a blender I substituted ice cubes plus enough chilled water to measure 1 cup total. The ice melted and chilled the lassi immediately, plus I didn't have to serve it over more ice (which dilutes it too much for my taste.)

Posted on 02 Apr 2013, 21:14 ET


Josey writes:

I think that I don't need the sugar. It was delicious like super, seriously but I'm Thai so my friend and teacher says that "too much yogurt" but I think it's ok

Posted on 13 Aug 2014, 18:29 ET


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