Strawberry Mint Lassi

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Author Notes: Lassi, the Indian yogurt drink that's meant to soothe your soul after the beating of a hot curry, traditionally comes plain or blended with mango pulp. Both are delicious, but it's strawberry season here and it's already sweltering: a lassi beckoned. So, I swapped a few fresh strawberries for the mango, tossed in a handful of mint leaves and a little raw sugar (a lassi should suggest sweetness, but shouldn't be sweet).Amanda Hesser

Serves 2

  • 14 ounces Fage Greek yogurt (full-fat)
  • 16 mint leaves
  • 8 ripe strawberries
  • 3 1/2 tablespoons raw sugar
  • 1/4 cup water
  1. Layer all the ingredients in a blender, then turn it on. Stop to scrape down the yogurt or any other errant ingredients. Once it's smooth, pour into glasses and sip until content.

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over 2 years ago cricket23

This is PERFECT -- refreshing and delicious and works great with fat-free yogurt too. Thank you!


over 2 years ago Amanda Hesser

Amanda is a co-founder of Food52.

So glad you liked it!


over 3 years ago dottydeviah

we in India normally make the yogart at home and lassi is very common drink during summer months.
since fresh strawberries is not available every where I replace the same with fruit of the month like mango, bananna etc. but I like the idea of using mint as well it gives much zest to the drink. thanku


about 5 years ago TheWimpyVegetarian

I've made this 5 or 6 times now and just love it. It's just the right balance in flavors!


about 5 years ago Amanda Hesser

Amanda is a co-founder of Food52.

So glad!