Mango Lassi


It’s mango season here in Malaysia, you can see mangoes everywhere. With the days getting hotter and mangoes aplenty, what better way to cool down than a cold sweet mango lassi drink. Mango lassi has always been my to-order drink when I go to Indian restaurants and it’s so easy for you to enjoy at home too.

Rich and flavourful mangoes blended with yogurt and you’ve made yourself the perfect hot day drink! I’ve seen different variation of mango lassi, and I love the spicy dimension of ginger in the sweet mango lassi.

There’s endless possibilites of lassi variations, mix and match any types of fruits + yogurt. But mango lassi is still my personal favourite.

If you have not yet make your own yogurt, you seriously have to see my postΒ on Homemade Yogurt. Like right now. Making your own yogurt is so easy, that my friend Maggie was shocked and amazed when I taught her during my recent visit to her place in Shanghai.

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Mango Lassi
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Recipe type: Beverage
Serves: 2-3
  • 300g Mango - cut into small pieces
  • 450g Plain Yogurt
  • 1-2 tablespoon Sugar (depending on how sweet is your mango)
  • 1 tsp Ground Ginger (optional)
  • 100ml Milk or more
  1. Put all the ingredients in blender and blend well together. Add more milk until you reach the consistency you like.
  2. Add ice cubes & drink up!



  1. Mango’s are common in tropical countries. I used to have them every week, my mother would have them delivered, because we don’t live in a tropical country. Just looking at that dish brings back memories, all positive of course. πŸ™‚

  2. I’m kind of a mango person myself, though I haven’t had any for quite awhile. That drink looks rather tasty πŸ™‚

  3. I love mango lassi! Never thought of putting ginger in it, I’ll bet that’s good. Might try fresh ginger since I have a blender that can mix that in smoothly.

  4. I love all of your mango recipes!! Mango lasso is a favorite of mine and this looks perfect.

  5. I am waiting for mangoes to hit the Indian markets! The lassi looks so yummy and creamy!

  6. Great Recipe! I am always looking for new things to add to my carb backloading protocol. I definitely have to check this out, though I might have to try it with Greek yogurt.

  7. Oh yeah! You said it, Shannon. The weather’s just awful! I’m coming over right now … got any left?

  8. Oh yes please, pass me some of your delicious mango lassie cause the mangoes here r not ripe yet. now ginger is a great new flavoure dimension, love the tickling sensation on my tongues.

    Mangoes r falling earlier this year, but green and they r in a golfball size. I think so this year we ll have less mangoes. Cant wait to have an alphonso mango lassie. XD

    thx for sharing!

    • I love alphonso mango too, but haven’t seen them here yet. Have to take a trip to Little India to check it out.
      The mangoes I’m using here are also very small size, not sure what species are they, not very good at identifying ingredient names. All I can know is by the look, this type of mango is sweet and that type is sour πŸ˜›

  9. Would it be fine if I used some crushed ice in this recipe?
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  10. I’m madly in love with just about anything mango lately – especially mango simple syrup in my iced tea. I’ll have to give this a whirl!
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  11. I am on a total mango kick right now and this looks so refreshing and tasty!
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  12. Your mango lassi looks delicious! Mango lassi is made at my place almost every second day. We love it !
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  13. This would be great pre or post workout. Yum!
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  14. Great minds think alike! I just whipped up a batch of Mango Lassis myself. Your photos are beautiful!
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  15. That looks and sounds delicious. I might try that one for an Easter surprise. Maybe add a little (just a little…) rum?! πŸ˜‰

  16. thats looks refreshing, delicious and easy to make, will give it try when the mango seasons at my place is come πŸ™‚


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