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How to Make Buttermilk With Cucumber: Mint Lassi


cucumber lassi
How to make buttermilk at home?

Well, who does not like a refreshing glass on a hot summer day?

We all love cucumber lassi.

 Yes, cucumber buttermilk is a healthy, refreshing drink. The cooling summer drink can be savored during winters as well. At least, I can do that, for I love everything curd :)


Cucumber is nature's gift for summers. It has cooling properties and helps bring down our body temperatures during summers. It is primarily eaten raw in salad form. In south India, they make cucumber pachadi as well, which I must say tastes yum. I plan to make it soon and shall post the recipe for you all.

Let's get back to cucumber lassi.











Ingredients
1 cucumber
1/2 cup- curd
salt
1-1 1/2 cups of water
roasted cumin powder (jeera)
2 pinches flax meal (optional)
mint, coriander leaves
pinch of sugar powder
1 small piece of ginger

Procedure

  1. Add cucumber, ginger, coriander and mint leaves in a blender and whisk until smooth.
  2. Add curd and salt. Whisk again.
  3. Add water and whisk again.
  4. Garnish cucumber buttermilk with jeera powder and flax meal.
Here's my take on pumpkin buttermilk. Yummy all the way :)




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