Aam Ki Lassi – Mango Yogurt Smoothie & Mango Milk Shake

Antioxidant, fibre-rich, sweet and juicy mango, considered the ‘king of fruits’, is the most beloved fruit to us at home. Can you imagine yourself sitting under the shade of a tree on a hot sultry day sipping a glass of chilled mango lassi? Its pure bliss! The essence of this enticing wonder, Aam ki lassi, adds a breath of freshness and its delightful sweetness enlivens our palate craving for more.

Suvernarekha variety of mangoes & Aam ki lassi

A classic Indian recipe prepared from ripe mango (known as aam in hindi and mamidipandu in telugu) and curd is Aam ki lassi otherwise called Mango yogurt smoothie. Its quick, easy to prepare and a meal by itself. I used Suvarnarekha variety from our backyard garden to prepare both aam ki lassi and mango milk shake.

Aam Ki Lassi Recipe

Preparation: 5-6 mts

Serves 4-5 persons

Cuisine: North



1 1/2 cups ripe mango cubes

1 cup curd/yogurt

1 tbsp sugar or 2 tbsps honey (adjust according to the sweetness of mango)

1/2 cup water (add more water for a thinner consistency)

1/2 cup crushed ice cubes

mint leaves for garnish (optional)

1 Whip the above ingredients in a blender for a little less than a minute. Adjust the consistency of the smoothie according to the variety of mango used. If its a juicy variety, it will yield a thicker smoothie. Add more water and adjust sugar accordingly, for a thinner consistency lassi.
2Serve chilled, garnish with mint leaves.

Another very popular, warm weather quencher is, Mango milk shake. Prepared with minimum effort, it serves as a lazy summer meal or brunch and sure rejuvenates me on a hot day. With a strong mango flavor and undertones of cinnamom, its cool, refreshing and low on calories.:)

Mango Milk Shake Recipe

Preparation: 5-6 mts

Serves 4-5 persons



2 cups ripe mango cubes

1/2 lt low fat milk

1 1/2 tbsps sugar (adjust)

pinch of cardamom pwd (optional)

1/2 cup crushed ice cubes

1 Blend the mango pulp along with a cup of milk for 15-20 seconds.
2 Add the remaining milk, sugar, cardamom pwd and crushed ice and blend for another 30 seconds and serve chilled.

Mango milk shake

My entry to Nandita of Saffron Trail Weekend Breakfast Blogging food blogging event, WBB #11 hosted by Padmaja of Spicy Andhra.

Aam Ki Lassi – Mango Yogurt Smoothie & Mango Milk Shake

  Prepare time:
 Serves: 2

 Main Ingredients:

  •  ripe mango


  • http://sreels.blogspot.com Sreelu


    Nothing beats the taste of suvarna rekha, I love rasalu the variety which is tall and has lots of fiber.

    Looks yummy and refreshing.

  • http://foodieshope.blogspot.com Asha

    What a great breakfast you are having!!! May I join you?! ;D

    Anytime, Asha, your most welcome.:)

  • http://tastypalettes.blogspot.com Suganya

    Looks Lovely… I haven’t tasted this variety of mango.

  • sravanthi

    hi sailu

    looks yummy…..i like the way u present things…..i made ur butter paneer masala and it turned to be grt…thanks sailu

  • http://kitchenmishmash.blogspot.com Mishmash!

    Absolutely gorgeous pics ! Cant take my eyes off !! Truly !

  • http://luv2eathate2cook.wordpress.com archana

    Your pictures are stunning, so clear and bright. I feel like just looking at them. The breakfast is tasty too 🙂

  • http://neivedyam.blogspot.com/ sharmi

    awesome looking pics. they look so out of the world! your pics always tempt me and make me crave so much. there is real magic in your camera and the recipes you post. we dont get so many varieties of mangoes here:( so will have to do with just one kind.

  • http://babiesanon.blogspot.com Poppins

    Thanks for dropping by..A foodie blog. Unfortunately, I don’t cook all that well 🙁 It’s very well done though!

  • Paz

    I hope you know that you’ve gotten me excited with all these mango recipes! ;-))))


  • http://hotandsweetbowl.blogspot.com/ Sukanya

    Hay it is looking great….. Nice pictures…Lots of mangoes mmm..I love it…

  • Kamala

    Wonderful recipes and fabulous pictures as usual. I love the photos in your blog quite a lot. One of my favourite blogs..

  • http://www.tastesofguyana.blogspot.com Cynthia

    I want some NOW! 😀 Looks soooo good Sailu.

  • Prasad

    Looking at your recipe, I have tried making Mango Smoothie last weekend and it turned out amazing.. I have recommened to couple of my other friends too. Pics looks great too


  • http://maninas.wordpress.com/ Maninas

    Gosh, wish I hadn’t melted my blender (long story)! I have some lovely mango at home and would love to try the lassi!

  • Michael

    Your recipes call for CURDS? Can u elaborate on what this is?


    You can use yogurt.

  • http://www.spicychilly.blogspot.com Bharathy

    Sailu, I am all set to make the Mango yogurt smoothie and blog the same for Sig’s Mixed drinks theme..:)..will be up in a day :)..Thanks for the wonderful recipe! 🙂

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  • nelly

    my mom do this everytime im with her in the Dominican Republic and is delicious.

  • malinee


    i used to prepare both of these when i was in india during afternoons after coming home from outside and we used to enjoy that as it beats the heat.

    i am remembering them again.

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  • Faisal

    For the mango shake you can substitute with 1/4 banana to keep it low carb.

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  • philapa bucket

    yummy yummy mangoes there should be more

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    Making mango shakes is almost everyone’s favorite thing to do when it is mango season. It is best made with original mangoes.

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