Very Berry Lassi

When I was in Seattle, there were so many Indian restaurants and every restaurant I tried was awesome. Even though each and every one of them had a delicious food, as long as there were a number of restaurants in small areas, there was a competition. Some restaurants close out unfortunately. But for customers, don’t worry, the new restaurant was also an Indian restaurant;) (I guess this is because the owner sold the restaurant in an Indian community? That happens to all the cuisine too.)

Because of this, my dinner buddy and I didn’t have trouble finding a restaurant whenever we felt like curry. But, in terms of finding good lassi, there is a problem.

Most Indian restaurants we found had only plain/mango lassi but no other flavors. Of course mango lassi is everyone’s favorite, including me, but this time I wanted to try other flavors. I bet many people store berries in their freezer/fridge, so let’s make today’s drink!

 

<Today’s Recipe>

Very Berry Lassi

very berry rassi

<Ingredients>

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  • 300ml plain yogurt
  • 200ml almond milk
  • 1/2 cup frozen berry mix
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • Some berries for garnish

 

<Directions>

  1. Assemble every ingredient in the blender and let it work for you until they are smooth.
  2. Transfer to the glass and decorate with some fresh fruits.

very berry rassi

Berries always give a great snack/dessert and this time wasn’t an exception! Now I’m wondering if I should make another glass of it;)

 

<Other Drinks for Thirsty Thursday>

For Peachy flavor lover! Nectarine Lassi

nectarine rassi

Drink it to welcome refreshing sensation! Blueberry Limeade

blueberry limeade

A level up version of ultimate summer drinks! Strawberry Lemonade

strawberry honey lemonade

Enjoy home cooking and your own creation of homemade food:)

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18 Comments Add yours

  1. Sophia Dane says:

    Great! 👏And as always, I enjoy your stories.🤗

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Aw thank you Sophia!💕✨

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Sophia Dane says:

        You’re welcome🤗💕

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  2. Oh my, all of these look refreshingly delicious Tanooki! 🍸 🍹 🧉

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Hi Kym! How are you today? thank you for the complement dear, I enjoyed every drop of it😋🍓🍒💕✨

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      1. Oh my gosh Tanooki, you’re making me feel FRUITiliciously jealous! 🍉 🍇 🍓 🍈 🍒 🍑 LOL Cheers my friend. 🍹 😋 🧉

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      2. Tanooki says:

        Hehe, cheers to your beautiful night Kym🍹🥂🍸💕✨

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  3. johnrieber says:

    I grew up in Seattle and was partial to Elliott’s Oyster Bar!

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Oh my! Hello my (possible) neighbor! Since my husband can’t eat shellfish we never had an opportunity to go there, but we went to the aquarium which I told you about your previous entry! It’s been a year since I left there, but I’m already missing their beautiful nature!😂😂😂

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  4. Berry drink and strawberry lemonade 🙂 Great ideas for a party 😉

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Thank you so much Patricia❤️

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  5. These all sound yummy! Thanks for sharing! 🌞

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Thank you Lisa🌸

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  6. Livia says:

    Oh, that’s an interesting recipe 🤩👍 I always used to prepare our Lassi with yogurt and water, I never tried it with almond milk. Quite an interesting idea 🤩👍

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Hi Livia! Oh really! I never thought about using water👀 I was sneaking a guy from Lassi stand when he was making it, and I saw they were using whole milk. We’re on plant-based diet so instead of using whole milk I chose almond milk. Thank you for the input. I’ll try using water when I ran out of almond milk but craving for lassi in the middle of night!(That happens quite sometimes😂)

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      1. Livia says:

        That’s interesting!
        Maybe it’s also depending on the yogurt one uses? 🤔
        My friend from Pakistan showed me how to prepare Lassi and he and his family prepare it with full fat yogurt and ice cold water. The water has to be as cold as possible.
        They sometimes also only add a bit of sugar and a bit more of salt, no fruits.
        I experienced it to be the most thirst quenching that way. That’s also the way I like it most. 😉

        In case that you’ll try it with water, let me know if you liked it, ok? 😊👍

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      2. Tanooki says:

        Yeah it’s possible, depending on brands and what kind of yogurt they use, the texture could be totally different. Also I think it’s because of people’s preference. Some people like creamy rich, some people like as silky as possible to their throat😋

        Yes definitely! I’m now interested in the simple flavor you told me, a bit of sugar and salt combo👀💕✨👍

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