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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Most of us associate Punjabi food with rich, creamy, aromatic curries and wholesome breads like naan, kulchas and rotis . The restaurant culture often makes us forget that there are other simple, yet delicious foods that are prepared at home. Here is one such refreshing treat.


Lassi

Fresh thick curd/yoghurt - 1 cup
Chilled Water - 1.5 cup
Sugar - to taste

Blend all the ingredients together and serve chilled.
Now, wasn't that simple???
For those among you who don't like the idea of adding sugar to yoghurt, try this out with salt instead.

This is my entry to RCI-Punjab hosted by Richa of As Dear As Salt.

Edited to add : For some reason blogger and my comp are acting up and not letting me upload pics. So, it will be a while before you can see the goodies that I whip up....until then, it is going to be just recipes.

10 comments:

Asha said...

There is nothing else than Lassi which says "I am from Punjab"!!:))
Great entry Jaya.Good to see back blogging.

SeeC said...

Simple and sweet post :)
Waiting to see the pictures.

Sharmi said...

lassi is the patent of Punjab! simple and nice entry!

Sandeepa said...

Simple and perfect for summer. Gret Entry

archana said...

Thanx for stopping by my blog :)Lassi is so unique to Punjab that good you posted it. Nice entry :)

Padma said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, glad you liked my garden. Growing methi is simply planting the methi seeds in a pot and wait for 2 weeks to see them grow, mine is almost nearing to start grow its second leaf/leaves.
You have a nice space here. Awaiting for your lassi pics
cheers

swapna susarla said...

perfect entry jaya.
thanks for visiting my blog.

Prajusha said...

hi jayashree,
Nice blog. This is an easy and simple method of making lassi. waiting for the pics:)

Prema Sundar said...

Good entry Jayashree.. love lassis.

Woman of word said...

Thats a sweet post... I once had something called Pujabi lassi... which had some malai, nuts and spices in it. It was a dessert.. but was wholesome by itself... do you by any chance know the recipe?