|1 1/2 cup Thick yogurt/Curd|
|1 cup Water|
|1 tbsp Rose syrup|
|1 tbsp Gulkhand|
I love lassi. Be it in sweet form or a salted one. I guess most of the south Indian will love yoghurt in one form or the other. We have our daily dose of yoghurt in our regular meal as curd rice or thair saadam. Then do we just stop with that? Nope. We would like to dilute it and whisk it with some herbs or if nothing else is available, at least add some sugar and relish it as if it was the nectar handed to us. Yes, every madrasi will surely do this, the tambrahm ones for sure. I am one pucca madrasi and even when I go to a restaurant I ask for thair saadam and I will avoid looking at my daughter. You know why??? Well, she will ask…you have to come to a restaurant to ask for thair saadam which you could have at home???? That is me:)…a lover of curd/yoghurt in any form. Hence this rose lassi found its way into my kitchen and my blog because flowers and fruits are the theme. This is the theme that is decided for this week of Foodie Monday Bloghop.
This is a flavoured lassi. Here we use rose syrup and gulkhand to flavour the yougurt. The rose syrup gives you the colour and sweetness, while the gulkhand gives you the flavour and taste. You can use both of them or either of them.
Whisk everything together and chill
Transfer to the serving glass and serve
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