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Rooh Afza Lassi

March 14, 2018 Motions and Emotions 5 Comments

Rooh Afza is a famous non-alcoholic concentrated squash. This is a popular summer drink of our childhood. Before the market flooded with various juices and squash, Rooh Afza was a famous drink in every Indian household. I think like me many of us have a childhood memory with Rooh Afza drink. I wanted give a twist to our regular lassi with this rooh afza. Hence, I am sharing the recipe of Rooh Afza Lassi. A lassi flavoured with the popular drink rooh afza.



This recipe is very easy and you can prepare quickly when you have sudden guests at home. I am sure many of you are aware of the taste and aroma of rooh afza. Those who have no idea, I will tell them please get a rooh afza bottle today and try it. It has rosy flavour and aroma which goes very well with the flavour of lassi. I knew the flavours of Rooh Afza but I was not sure about my daughter that whether she will like the taste or not (as current generation has a totally different taste buds). Surprisingly, she like the rooh afza lassi very much and requested me to prepare again.. There comes the success of my experiment..😊.. Check out the recipe and do give a trial and share your feedback ...

Serving: 2
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time 15 minutes

Rooh Afza Lassi

Ingredients

Yogurt - 2 cups, chilled
Milk - 2 cups, chilled
Sugar - 2 to 3 tablespoon
Rooh Afza Syrup - 2 tablespoon
Ice cubes - few
Almonds - few, chopped for garnishing

Procedure

1. Take yogurt, milk and sugar water in a blender and blend well.
2. Now add ice cubes and blend for 2 minutes.
3. At this time check the consistency of the mixture, if it is too thick then add more milk and blend again.
4. Next add rooh afza syrup and once again blend the mixture.
5. Pour the mixture into glasses and garnish with chopped almonds on top. Rooh Afza Lassi is ready to serve.


NB: Rooh afza syrup already has sugar so adjust the sugar quantity according to your taste bud.


5 comments:

  1. I am just wondering why I never tried Roohafza lassi! I guess I must make these during Ramadan, the time we usually have a bottle of it in my pantry...

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  2. refreshing lassi! perfect for the season!

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