Banana Cardamom Lassi.  

Lassis are traditional Indian yoghurt drinks that originated in the Punjab region of northwest India and date back to 1000 BC.  

They are one of the most popular Indian delicacies worldwide, and you can find them at cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants anywhere.   

Lassis are popular for both their flavour and the relaxing anti-inflammatory benefits they exert on the body, particularly after eating hot foods.   

They are often made with yoghurt (although buttermilk is occasionally used) and flavoured   

spices like as saffron, cardamom, or rosewater, as well as fruit such as mangoes, strawberries, bananas, and pineapple.  

To create this lassi, use a thinner-textured plain yoghurt; Greek-style yoghurt will be too thick and will need to be thinned with extra water to make it drinkable.   

To thin it out, substitute buttermilk for water. This lassi may be made with either fresh or frozen bananas; just make sure they are soft and ripe  

If the bananas are already sweet, you may wish to reduce the amount of honey used to sweeten the lassi.  

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