Pineapple Banana Lassi Recipe

January 15, 2017

how to make Pineapple Banana Lassi

This Christmas holidays, we had been holidaying in Kerala. And every time we visit a relative, we were invited with a plateful of freshly cut, mouthwatering pineapples.


It's an excellent source of manganese and vitamin C. And who would say no to something organic?? Nowadays, getting organic is what you always long for especially if you are trying to survive in a city.




Every veggie and fruit are dipped in chemicals, feeding toxins to our body and leading to cancer. And we wonder why it is happening to every other individual around us.

how to make Pineapple Banana Lassi


Fruit Lassi is prepared with thick curd and any fruit of your choice to give it a different flavour. It's delicious and filling and if you want to indulge in something healthy, go for it. In this Pineapple Banana Lassi, I added pineapple and banana, which came all the way from Kerala to Bangalore.

The inclusion of fruits, which itself has a sugar content, allows you to add less white sugar, or known as a white poison. This makes clear how fruit lassi is much better than plain sweet lassi.
Check out my other healthy drink, Dates Milkshake.


how to make Pineapple Banana Lassi

How to make pineapple banana lassi:

1. Put pineapple and banana chunks and water into a mixie. Grind to a smooth paste.
2. To the same mixie jar, add the remaining ingredients; curd, cardamom, sugar and salt and blend well.
3. Serve warm or chilled. I garnished it with chia seeds.





Pineapple Banana Lassi Recipe
 CuisineIndian
 Prep Time10 minutes
 Servings
2 people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Put pineapple and banana chunks and water into a mixie. Grind to a smooth paste.
  2. To the same mixie jar, add the remaining ingredients; curd, cardamom, sugar and salt and blend well.
  3. Serve warm or chilled. I garnished it with chia seeds.

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