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Mango lassi

pic of mango lassi in 2 glasses

pic of mango lassi in 2 glasses

Mango lassi, Chef Ann style, made with fresh Haden mangoes. Ripe banana, non-dairy coconut creamer, plain yogurt, and delicious vanilla bean Häagen-Dazs ice cream. Garnished with crushed honey roasted almonds and a small sprig of Mint leaves.

Ingredients

2 large mangoes (Haden) or any fresh mango variety available

1 medium very ripe banana

1/3 cup of Plain (low-fat) chilled yogurt

2 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream (Häagen-Dazs)

1 cup of coconut creamer (non-dairy) is optional

1 cup of crushed ice

Garnish

Honey roasted slivered almonds (crushed)

2 small mint leaves per glass

Directionspic of mango and banana

  1. Wash and rinse mangoes in cold water, pat dry before you peel, slice and add to the blender
Preparation
  1. Add mangoes and banana in blender and puree for 2 minutes
  2. Now add remaining ingredients and blend for 2 minutes or until the consistency is frothy.
  3. You may add additional crushed ice if you wish
  4. Pour into tall or short glasses
  5. Garnish with crushed almonds and fresh mint

There, you have it fresh Mango lassi Chef Ann style
Buon Appetito my friends!

Total time: 8-10 minutes
Servings: 2-4 depending on size of glass

pic of mango, banana and cream Chef Ann Tips for Mango lassi

Mangoes, there are so many varieties to choose from, so help yourself to your favorite. My fav just happens to be the Haden mango for this lassi recipe.

If you choose a smaller variety such as the Alphonso mango, you may need to use three or four mangoes for this recipe.

Your choice

Some of you may not like coconut, please fill free to go with your choice of milk. Remember this is a ‘Chef Ann style’ lassi. I do recommend almond milk as a nice option for this mango lassi.

You can also use any brand of vanilla bean ice-cream you like.

Crushed ice or ice cubes

Another tip to consider, omit crushed ice in the blender. Add ice cubes to your glass then pour your mango ingredients over the ice. Mango lassi over ice, how nice is that!

Lactose intolerant?

Those of you that are lactose intolerant, not to worry just skip the ice cream and the yogurt. Don’t forget, the coconut creamer for this recipe is (non-dairy).

Here are several great (milk) alternatives to choose from; Almond, Cashew, Coconut, Hemp, Rice, and Rose milk.

Less sugar

This fresh mango lassi is presented to you with far less sugar than the traditional mango lassi found in Punjab province. For those who prefer to do as little sugar as possible, but still want to live on the edge a bit, here you have it!

Enjoy this great beverage any time of day!

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Reference:

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Tootie Fruitti Louie Tropical Smoothie

picture of tropical smoothie

Description

This tropical smoothie is a delightfully creamy mouth-watering beverage. I give you nutritious bananas along with the balance of mango and fresh luscious raspberries. This refreshing treat will leave your tummy feeling good and may even put some pep in your step! Get busy with your blender and share this with a friend. You know it doesn’t get any better than this!

Ingredients

  • 3 bananas peeled
  • 1 mango peeled and sliced
  • ¾ cups of raspberries
  • 6 ounces of plain or vanilla yogurt
  • 1 cup of almond coconut milk (vanilla)

Directions

Wash and rinse fruit before consuming. Combine all of your ingredients in a blender and puree until you have a smooth consistency.

♦ Chef Ann’s Notes:

You may use frozen yogurt, frozen fruit, sherbet or crushed ice if you like. Garnish your tropical smoothie with fresh raspberries or any fruit of your choice.

Preparation time: 6 minutes Total time: 6 minutes Servings:2

♥ Chef Ann’s ‘tropical smoothie’ tip:

Sometimes I use three scoops of vanilla bean ice cream in place of the yogurt. This takes it to a whole new level!

Oh and by the way, don’t forget to drop me a comment to let me know what you think.

picture for tropical smoothie 2

Helpful information:

Frozen fruit will make for a thicker smoothie. I find it extremely helpful to taste your fruit before adding it to the blender, because some fruit such as berries and mango’s can be very tart.

If you are not a person who desires a bitter or sour beverage, then you may want to add a splash of vanilla or another type of sweetener when you put your fruit into the blender.

Source: Chef Ann and Wikipedia | smoothie

Now you can just sit back and enjoy this delicious Tottie Fruitti Louie Tropical Smoothie and imagine being on an island of your dreams.


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