Peach Lassi Recipe - Peach Yogurt Smoothie
Peach Lassi, a delicious twist to your regular Lassi. You can serve this yummy Lassi for your breakfast, asa snack or after your meals.
Peach Lassi Recipe is a classic twist to the traditional Indian drink where the yogurt is blended along with peaches and mint. Summers are a great time to buy the Peaches and this lassi, not only adds as an energizer but also provides the nutrition that the Peaches brings along with them.
Serve the Peach Lassi Recipe as a summer afternoon drink or even after an elaborate Indian Lunch of Rajasthani Dal Baati Churma on the weekends. You can also serve it for breakfast with your favourite Paratha.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Lassi Recipes such as:
- 2 cups Curd (Dahi / Yogurt) ,
- 3 Peaches , ripe, peeled and diced
- 1 sprig Mint Leaves (Pudina)
- 1 tablespoon Honey , to taste Ingredients to garnish
- 2 Peaches , diced pieces
- 3 Mint Leaves (Pudina)
How to make Peach Lassi Recipe - Peach Yogurt Smoothie
To begin making the Peach Lassi Recipe, first peel and cut peaches into equal size pieces.
Add the yogurt, diced peaches, mint leaves and honey in a blender. Blend until smooth and there are no lumps from the peaches.
You can add a little water to adjust the consistency of the Peach Lassi to suit your taste. After adding water blend the liquid once again to combine well. Check the sweetness levels and adjust by adding more or less honey as required.
Pour the Peach Lassi into the serving glasses, garnish with peach slices and mint leaves and serve chilled as a summer afternoon drink or even after an elaborate Indian Lunch of Rajasthani Dal Baati Churma on the weekends.
Swayam is a banker by profession who must work to pay for a dirty little eating habit. "I love my books, am yet to meet a piece of chocolate I didn't like and I love rainbows". Swayam cooks from her memory and her heart. She loves to experiment a lot with various cuisines of the world. Recently she had one of her recipes featured on the menu of a restaurant, The Egg Factory in Bangalore. She is self-confessed coffee friend, a quintessential night owl and kicks off her mornings with Yoga. She is also an Odissi dancer that she uses to unwind after a long day.