Mango Lassis have been a staple in my household ever since we first encountered them at a local Indian restaurant in high school. A mellow, creamy fruit smoothie, they’re often made with cucumber, rose, or a variety of herbs or spices like mint or cardamom. The mango variation, however, has always been my favorite. With this Minty Mango Lassi, you can add more or less mango to taste, use whatever seasonings strike your fancy, and substitute coconut milk for the yogurt if you don’t have any on hand or don’t feel like making your own. Either way, it will be a cooling, comforting treat whether you’re looking to escape the summer heat or the fiery burning on your tongue from eating big heaping helpings of Indian food
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- Combine all ingredients except mint in a blender and puree until smooth.
- Pour into serving glasses and garnish with mint.