This Mango Lassi recipe with mango pulp is very simple and easy to put together. It is creamy, thick, and with the robust flavors of mango. Excellent to enjoy on any day or special occasions.
A restaurant-style drink is made effortlessly with few ingredients. Mango lassi with pulp made it easy to relish in any season with the comfort of canned mango pulp.
Every sip makes you feel heaven. These are not exaggerated words of mine, if you have tasted it before I know you would agree with me. Make your family members or guest happy with this easy, delicious drink.
Additionally, this Indian style yogurt drink is one of the popular around the world. And a fantastic canned mango pulp recipe that's great to pair with spicy food.
How special is this mango lassi recipe?
Canned mango pulp. The star ingredient in this recipe is so much convenient. A fabulous recipe comes helpful when you plan for a small party or for a large crowd. No mess or fuss in the kitchen.
Minimal process. This mango lassi recipe with mango pulp involves no cooking or preparation. Simply combine all the ingredients together, and it is ready. Plus, It's versatile, make in advance or stir it just before serving.
Time saver. If time is the primary concern for you, this mango lassi recipe with pulp is a true winner. The creamy, silky yogurt dink is made in a flash of a moment like Banana Milk Shake, or Orange Punch.
Mango pulp. The key ingredient, the good news is that it is available in the canned version. Hence, stocking them in the pantry is not a difficult task. You can find them in the online stores, or get them from your local Indian store.
Personally, I find the canned Indian mango pulp is wonderful for making the lassi.
Yogurt. Plain yogurt is the right choice for this mango recipe with mango pulp. As the flavored yogurt contradicts the real mango flavor and ends up as fusion lassi. However, feel free to use plain yogurt of any type like nonfat, skimmed, or full-fat yogurt.
Milk. Used to dilute the lassi, you may use low fat, whole fat, or partly skimmed milk. For the rich creamy taste use whole milk.
Sugar. Regular sugar plays a subtle and enhances the mango flavor, however, you may use the natural sugars for healthy reasons. But make a note that, the end results may vary according to the sugar's original taste.
Saffron. An expensive ingredient, few strands makes each serving glass special and with rich flavors. But adding them is optional, I have added for garnishing.
How to make Indian Mango Lassi with pulp
In a large pitcher, add yogurt, mango pulp, sugar, and milk.
Stir until all the ingredients combined well and sugar gets dissolved.
Add ice cubes and serve in tall glasses.
Optionally, garnish with almonds slices or saffron strands.
How to serve?
We love to have this cool mango along with food or as dessert. This authentic Indian mango lassi is good to serve with any spicy food like,
- Nuts. Garnish mango pulp lassi with thinly sliced dried nuts for the crunchy taste.
- Cardamom powder. Delivers the original authentic taste of Indian. A little is more, a quarter pinch of cardamom is good for a single serving mango lassi with mango pulp.
- Mango fruit. If mangoes are in season, select ripen mangoes and puree them. Here in the United States, Hayden, Kent, Atlaufo are some of the good choices.
- Vegan mango lassi. Swap yogurt and milk with plant-based products like almond milk or vegan yogurt.
The best-canned mango pulp. There are many brands and types of mango pulp available in the market. I find the following are great for making mango lassi.
- Kesar mango pulp
- Alphonsa mango pulp
Store. As soon as made, store in the refrigerator. It is good to use up to 3 days.
Printable recipe card
Mango Lassi recipe with mango pulp
- 2 cups mango pulp
- 2 cups yogurt plain
- 11/4 cup milk
- 3 tablespoon sugar or as required
- 1 pinch saffron optional
- 1 cup ice cubes
- In a pitcher, add mango pulp, yogurt, milk, sugar.
- Whisk well until yogurt cobined with mango pulp and sugar dissolves.
- Stir in ice cubes, and serve mango lassi in tall glasses.
- Optionally garnish with saffron strands.
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I can totally relate to the memories of mango trees, summer and childhood. Mango lassi is awesome to drink in summer. I dont enjoy the ones made with the tinned mangoes. Ripe mangos, now you are talking.
Am missing those mango trees too, love mangoes to the core but hate that hot summer. Mango lassi looks absolutely fabulous and makes me drool.