How to Make a Glass of Amritsari Lassi

How else does one wash down a hearty breakfast

When it comes to food, nobody celebrates it better than the Punjabis. It’s on top of our list of hearty, tummy-filling, celebratory Indian food. Whoever can pass creamy Dal Makhani or Butter Chicken, spicy Chole Bhature or the every-other-day item of Poori Aloo! And don’t forget that tall glass of lassi to chase it all down. This smooth and creamy yoghurt-based refreshment, traditionally served in kulhads, not only helps you cool down instantly but also leaves you refreshed, especially when the mercury is soaring.

So sit back and wash down the heat with the traditional Amritsari lassi. 


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