Paan Lassi is an interesting flavour to try if you love experimenting with flavour and love lassi. Lassi is a healthy, cooling, super refreshing and delicious drink that is often served along with the meal. Paan lassi is served as after meal drink.
Of late we have been trying out many new flavours of lassi and this paan lassi is the latest and tastiest of all the varieties. This has flavours of Indian Paan. The unique aroma and flavours of this lassi are totally worth making it and it is super quick to make this lassi recipe.
This makes a delicious after-meal drink that serves the dual purpose of dessert as well. Now that summer is here this is the right time to make this paan lassi. This will keep you hydrated and will keep you cool during summer. It is a must-try summer drink recipe.
Paan Lassi Ingredients
Curd/Yogurt: You can use either store-bought curd or make your own homemade curd.
Gulkand: This is a must for making paan lassi as this adds to the sweetness and gives it a characteristic paan flavour. Gulukand is a rose petal jam or preserve that is made after combining fresh rose petals and sugar and keeping them in the sun for a few days.
Betel leaves: Also known as paan ke patte, betel leaves are used for wrapping paan ingredients. These are also a must for making paan flavoured lassi.
Pistachios for garnish
Paan Lassi Is Healthy
Betel leaves or paan ke patte are full of antioxidants and help in restoring normal PH levels in the body. These also help in soothing an upset stomach. These are great for digestion and have anti-flatulent properties.
Probiotics in curd and yogurt are great for the stomach and intestinal health. I often enjoy a glass full of paan lassi during fasting.
Recipe Notes & Tips
This has super refreshing flavours so it is better to make it fresh and consume it immediately.
For more taste, you can add powdered fennel seeds and cardamom etc.
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Paan Lassi Recipe
- Stick blender (Indian)
- 1 cup curd
- 2 tablespoon gulkand
- 4 betel leaves
- ½ cup water
- 10 Ice cubes
- To start with, firstly, chop betel leaves in a blender jar.
- Add 1 tablespoon of the gulkand.
- Now, add curd to this bowl.
- Add water and ice cubes
- Blend the curd and the mixture properly until it mixes properly.
- Now, pour in a glass garnish with chopped pistachios
- Your Paan Lassi is ready to be served.