Mango Lassi Recipe
August 05th, 2009 20 Comments

Mango Lassi Recipe

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Mango Lassi Recipe


2 ripe mangoes
2-3 tablespoons honey or to taste
1/2 cup milk
1 cup yogurt


Peel the mango skin, discard seed and cut the mangoes into small pieces. Combine all the ingredients in an electronic mixer or blender and blend well. Make sure the mangoes are completely blended into juice.

Adjust the ingredients as per your taste, pour into glasses, freeze in the fridge for 30 minutes or serve immediately.

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  1. Meeta says:

    ummm – this is the perfect drink for a mango lover like me. my mum used to make this all the time when we were kids! sometimes she would add a touch of cinnamon or cardamom – tasty!

  2. Louisa says:

    wow. i’m definitely adding mangoes to my shopping list this weekend. didn’t realise it was so simple to put together. thanks! the photos are very good.

  3. Miakoda says:

    Yum, yes, I always order a lassi when I eat spicy Indian food- its really delicious! But I love the salted one, with the hint of cumin spice. I wouldn’t mind sweet lassi if it was flavored with yummy mangoes though- looks good! :)

  4. Pearlyn Ng says:

    Looks so refreshing and sweet , I love it ! Can I use any kind of mangoes ? :)

  5. Tommy says:

    As soon as I find some mangoes, I’ll be on this drink. Maybe it’ll help settle my stomach and help some with my appetite….

    Thanks for this one =]

  6. Candle says:

    I love Mango Lassi, but never know how to make it. Now, thanks to you I can make it at home!!!

  7. NYMY says:

    I, too, have not had mango lassi till I come to US. The closest thing to lassi I had in Malaysia was some plain yogurt looking drink which tasted a bit sour. Since I discover mango lassi here, it becomes a must-have everytime I go to Indian or Pakistani restaurants. Of course, if you don’t eat much, I would not suggest lassi with lunch buffett :) 1 glass of lassi can easily fill you up.

  8. Naia says:

    Yummm! I have a huge Hayden Mango tree in my backyard and I always have yogurt and milk in the fridge. My hubby peels and cubes them for me to eat. So don’t ya think I should have him make me one of these? I do. I printed the recipe for him…LOL

  9. Harjinder Kaur says:

    good way of making mango lassi from fresh mangos.From what I have heard and seen and tasted,the real mango lassi is made from mango powder or mango paste,I’m a malaysian who lives in Melbourne now has always been ordering mango lassi that is made from mango powder or mango paste but I like your fresh mango lassi resipe.

  10. S says:

    Your pictures are lovely. Why do you add milk to the lassi? Creamy yogurt and water should suffice no?
    Also: there’s no salty mango lassi! There’s sweet lassi (e.g. mango lassi or plain cardamom-saffron lassi etc.) OR salty lassi (yogurt + salt – maybe black salt or rock salt + toasted and ground spices such as cumin and or hing and/or pinched curry leaves).

  11. Muyatwa says:

    We dont have this lassi drink in Zambia. But it sounds interesting. I make juices alot from any fruit i come across. We have alot of mangoes here and most of it go to waste. Wud like to produce commercialy this Mango Lassi.
    Question: Can it be preserved to increase shelf life and what can be the right packaging for it?



  12. Leila says:

    how many glasses does this make?

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