- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
Lassi (Punjabi: ਲੱਸੀ, Hindi: लस्सी, Urdu: لسی, Marathi: ताक, Gujarati: છાસ, Bengali: লস্যি, is a popular and traditional yogurt-based drink which originates in the Punjab regions of India and Pakistan. It is made by blending yogurt with water and Indian spices
Yeah, Lassi is definitely like Yogurt and made of Yogurt.
Depends from place to place how thick it is though and it can be Salty or Sweet. The traditional Punjabi lassi is very heavy. Once, i drink a glass of it i tend to lose my appetite for a meal.take the yogurt, cardamom powder, water and sugar in a blender.
blend till the yogurt is evenly blended.
don’t over do as then you will get butter floating on top.
add crushed ice cubes, garnish with some cardamom powder and sliced almonds.
you can also chill the lassi and then serve.
Looks like avacado.
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the best Indian food is Raj Kachori from those little snack places. Spicy, yoghurty, sweet goodness. Yum
Coming close second is that Palak Panir stuff.
I never liked anything vegetarian until I tried the indian stuff. So cheap too.
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Yeah, lassi is one of the most refreshing drinks to have on a hot summer day. Chocolate lassi a close second to mango.
why you spamming the forum with this food talk, this belong in off topic section
You sound a bit hot under the collar bud. Reckon you could use a nice cool lassi.
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why all this negativity around MC? I sorta knew he polarized opinion before becoming captain but I would have thought what he has done since would have made him a bit of a hero to everyone supporting Australian Cricket.
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