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Hyderabad Sweet Lassi

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Hyderabad Sweet Lassi Recipe, How To Make Hyderabad Sweet Lassi Recipe

Its very popular drink had mostly during ramzan season and summers.

About Recipe

How to make Hyderabad Sweet Lassi

(4 ratings)
59 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
35 mins
Hyderabad Sweet Lassi
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Curd/Yogurt
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 09, 2017


Ingredients used in Hyderabad Sweet Lassi
• Roohafza - as required.
• Water - as required.
• Sugar - as required.
• Curd - 2 cups.
Method:
  • Take curd in a bowl wisk the curd then add sugar,water as needed mix well.
  • Pour in a glass and add roohafza to it and serve.





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Butuzucki Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

thank you vahchef this is a very simple dish but i just say that the simple dishes are the best ones *greatings from germany*

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Amit Rath Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

i th8 v beat heaven out of curd... ;) jus kidding lol

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RedWhiteandBetrayed Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

When a Lassi comes along you must whisk it... Whisk it good....

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farhmoha Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

Lassi is great. Especially mango lassi.

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Raul F Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

I think it's some kind of syrup

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shwetanice Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

its a rose syrup by the name of Roohafza

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sazara123 Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

I also make a drink from yogurt, take crushed garlic fresh mint, little bit of salt, ice and yogurt and blend together in a blender add just a little bit of water blend again, A nice refreshing minty drink on a hot summer day. Thanks chef will try t

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emmerton Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

do you make joghurt on your own? if yes, how? or do you buy it? i thiunk it tastes different when you.. use joghurt from the supermarket

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sanghita Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

Hello Chef, Are you too busy to given, us full recipes? Why only quickies? We would like to see you more often with full recipes. Could you show us some traditional bengali recipes??

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Gindelbi Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

Hahaha! I was waiting for a comment like that.

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Gaobdgao Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

Rooh Afza will make you addicted to sugar...

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Gaobdgao Posted on Sun Jun 28 2009

since when did HELL became a cuss word....

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