. making lassis for a Sunday morning gathering. lemon and cardamom flavors. what food would be good to have with?

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Nancy
Nancy May 29, 2015

depends on the occasion. you could make a brunch from a selection of classic Indian dishes - meat, fish, vegetable or bean curry; rice pilau with fruit vegetable and nuts, side dishes like chutney. Or a buffet of Indian fried foods and breads and sauces. The only thing I can think of in the Indian repertoire that lassi doesn't really go with is (are?) idlis, a kind of breakfast pancake.

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QueenSashy
QueenSashy May 29, 2015

Meditation awards you with lightness and clarity, hence you may want to keep the foods on the light side. I think lassi is a great choice. So maybe a nice selection of fruits, or nuts, some crispy and thin biscuits.

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magpiebaker
magpiebaker May 29, 2015

Perhaps some small soccas? Lots of protein and flavor, and not too heavy in my opinion. You could serve with some chutneys?

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catalinalacruz
catalinalacruz May 31, 2015

I would go with French toast or pancakes, toppestopped ruit and a drizzle of maple syrup. I just made French toast, using a lightly sweetened dried fruit/seed/nut bread. I smothered it with plain yogurt, sliced fresh mango and dusted with cinnamon -- a lassi-like topping -- and it was divine.

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catalinalacruz
catalinalacruz May 31, 2015

Whoops. A major typo there. It should read "topped with fruit". My thumbs are too big for my little tablet. :)

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