Lassi Love

I am so excited about letting you guys know that this blog has won the Click contest – Host’s pick for the month September 2009. Thanks to Bee and Jai for hosting this wonderful event , thus bringing out the creative best in all.

Heartfelt thanks to all the Judges , voters and especially the participants who inspire me to do the best.

Here is a beverage I made to cool off all the excitement, A must for all Lassi Lovers! ,

POM

We are excited that the summers are coming to an end . The temperatures have cooled down considerably and we are having a great time with the cool breeze gently flowing while we sit out in the patio and relaxing . Before the summers end , we thought we’d treat ourselve to a creamy lassi with a twist. I chose to lace thick greek yorgurt with POM juice which the POM guys sent it to me a few days ago and for an interesting twist , I added a bit of rose water and sweetened it with agave nectar. All in all , It was a well worth try and we fell in love with it.

Read about the goodness of POM here

POM Lassi

Ingredients:

4-6 ounces of POM wonderful Juice ( alternatively you can use fresh pomegranate.

1 lb thick greek yogurt

2 teaspoons of rose water

3 tablespoons or more Agave nectar ( if you are using honey , reduce it by a tablespoon)

Method:

Take all Ingredients in a blender and blend until they mix well. Chill for atleast 1/2 hour in the refrigerator. Serve chilled !

pom-lassi

14 thoughts on “Lassi Love

  1. Soma says:

    congrats Dee.. It was very very well deserved.

    Wow nice idea for a lassi with the POM. I got mine. one bottle is over even before I took pictures:-( I have to hurry & do the other one.. BEAUTIFUL pictures! don’t know how you do it. & I am loving the Wooden tray (?). The Pom juice on it looked like the pine knots of the wood. :-)

  2. Dee says:

    Thank you all !
    @ Soma : Thats a huge cutting board I picked up from Ikea… some pressed wood .. nothing fancy like pine !

  3. Madhuram says:

    Loved the picture Dee. It definitely deserves the Click recognition. The fire from the aarthi, the puliyogare, the bell everything looks divine.

    Pom Lassi, that’s an interesting idea.

  4. shirley @ Food as passion says:

    This looks really delicious. Yummy. I just loved your recipe. Keep it up, keep sharing more recipes. I have some amazing recipes too. For sure you will love it. Waiting for your visit to there. Don’t forget to visit. Have a good day guys.

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