Lassi originated in the northern state of Punjab and became a favourite drink of the nation. The people of northern India favour savoury lassi, but those in central India are partial to all things sweet, and prefer this recipe, Meethi Lassi. Teetotallers enjoy it, others use it as a cure for hangovers, and vegetarians thrive on it!
You can vary this sweet lassi by using other flavourings, such as vanilla extract, orange blossom water or 15ml/1 tbsp mango purée, instead of rose water.
Per portion Energy 137kcal/581 kJ; Protein 5.8(3; Carbohydrate 283, of which sugars 28g; Fat 1.13, of which saturates o.6g; Cholesterol 1 mg; Calcium 224mg; Fibre Og; Sodium 95mg.
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