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Thursday, August 9, 2007

Mango, Pineapple, and Coconut Lassi and Moong Dal Khaman

One more lassi with a really cool and refreshing taste.
This combination is so good, that I would like to have it all year round.
I used:
2 cups yogurt whisked
1 mango
1 cup pineapple cubed (canned or fresh )
2 tbsp coconut cream ( look here and here for the info)
few mint leaves for garnish
Sugar is optional as the fruits and cream of coconut already have sugar so you might want to check before adding any extra sugar! I didn't add any sugar.

Blend everything together in blender except the mint leaves. Serve chilled.


I blended mint together in half of the lassi and the taste was out of this world. Really good!









For the Moong Dal Khaman:


It's the same recipe as "Chana Daal Khaman" except that you replace chana daal with Moong Daal and add some cracked black pepper to the batter.
The ingredients for tempering are also the same.



This is the special khaman that you will find in Ahmedabad and they are sooooo good!!






9 comments:

Sig said...

That lassie looks very refreshing... mango, pineapple and coconut, great tropical flavors... must have tasted great!

Asha said...

If you had thrown in some Lychees in the Lassi,you could have sent it to Sig! Looks delicious.
Khaman is just so soft and thick like cake.I love it girl.Thanks for the recipe.

TBC said...

That's a good looking lassi!.Khaman looks soft & spongy!Nice reipe:-)

musical said...

Tropical lassi! what a burst of flavors!! and i love that khaman, dear! the mirchis on the seasoning are mouthwatering and tempting, to say the least :).

Poonam said...

Lovely tropical combination!

bee said...

the moong dal khaman is definitely on my to do list. they look fabulous.

Foodie said...

Thanks sig for your comments and I am sure you will love the flavors of this lassi.

Asha, thanks a ton for reminding me about lychees. This time I don't want to be the last one. I didn't have lychees on hand, but I do have a recipe in mind. Maybe in the next post.

TBC thanks for you lovely comments.

Musical, my dear you are a mirchi fan too like me. I wish I could send you some.

Poonam thank you for your comments.

Bee I still have the lingering thoughts about your gorgeous kheer.
It's on my to do list too.
thanks

Roopa said...

wow the lassi looks so rich and colorfull! yumm the dhokla is on my try list with moon dhall and it looks so fluffy :)

Priyanka said...

Wow.... i love your recipes... they are always healthy yet so delicious and tempting.... great going:)