Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi is a soothing cold drink for hot summer days or to brighten up any meal. This pale drink is a blend of mango and yogurt. A popular drink in Indian restaurants.
3.60 from 5 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine Indian
Servings 3 people


  • 2 cups ripe mangoes peeled and chopped
  • 1 cup yogurt curd, dahi
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 3 tbsp sugar adjust to taste
  • 1/8 tsp cardamom ilachi
  • 1 tbsp mint chopped optional
  • 3 cup crushed ice or ice cubes,(use as needed)


  • Blend yogurt, mango, and 2 tablespoons sugar and taste before adding more sugar. How much sugar is used depends on the sweetness of the mango and the yogurt.
  • Add and cardamom powder and blend. If it is too thick, add some water to desired consistency. Pour into a tall glass and garnish with mint leaves. ice and cardamom powder and blend again.


Adjust ingredient quantities depending on the sweetness of the mango and the thickness of the yogurt. Mango Lassi it is better if the mangoes are not fibrous.
You may also enjoy Falooda, Lemonade  
Keyword Kid Friendly, Mango Drink, Picnic Drink
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80 thoughts on “Mango Lassi

  1. Hi. I have tried fresh Australian and fresh mangos from peru. I have also tried alphonso and kesar mango pulp. The mango neutralises the yoghurt taste and the yoghurt neutralises the mango taste. The best outcome is a faint taste of each. Any advice? Thanks.

  2. Hi, I love Mango Lassi. I have made it three times, the first time I made it, I added a bit too much cardamom, but my husband and I love Cardamom, so it wasn’t a big deal.
    The last two times were disastrous. I had made it exactly the same, same amount of yogurt and mangos but it was very tart. I added sugar and kept adding it to see if it would even out the taste but it didn’t work. I added more milk but it was just too tart so I ended up tossing it. Pretty much the same thing when it came to the last batch I made, too tart, luckily my husband was able to salvage that one and it was fine, but still didn’t taste as delicious as the first time I made it, what am I doing wrong? Can you help me please?

  3. Mango Lassi is cooling and helps to soothe any burning hot days,
    but I also like the idea of strawberries and peaches, would mango work as an alternative. Mango is sweet and would be good with summer berries; strawberries.

  4. yes, this juice looks delicius! i drink mango lassi today, it was very good. its best drink, i hate all this coca cola and stuff, mango lassi is best!! thank you india.

  5. I simply love the receipes. I am residing here in los angeles and have a very busy life style. You web site is very informative and easy to follow. thank you and hope you will be adding more receipes on your web site.

  6. Amazing website Manjula aunty. I just love the way you cook. Very neat and planned…Good variety of recipes too…I have become a frequent visitor of your site and my first hit is your site whenever I want some recipe. Keep the good work going and give all of us great recipes. Happy cooking !!!

  7. Hello! I love this website so much (especially because I’m a vegetarian)! Thank you so much for your wonderful recipes, especially the aloo paratha and this one! I am a big fan of mango lassi, and have been trying to find the perfect recipe for one. I have found it! Thank you! 🙂

  8. Hi Aunty!!

    thank you so much for sharing such wonderful recipes…you are so clear and explanative about everything…love it!!..I am a big fan of your cooking..Thank YOU!! I am gonna try your mango lassi and Bhindi masala looks delicious 🙂

  9. Hi aunty, your recepices are very clear and you are doing great… i started to cook well now after learning from your cooking recepices in this website. thank you aunty. keep on doing more recepices for us……..

  10. Hi Manjula! I made this yesterday with some homemade palak chana, making it a perfect combination! Your recipes make Indian cooking a breeze; I look forward to cooking with you more often!

  11. Thank you Manjula for your wonderful videos and vegetarian recipies!

    I love Mango Lassi, but a while ago i came across an other yoghurt beverage (in an indian restaurant in sweden)… it had lime in it and maybe some mint. It wasnt as thick as the Lassi and was very refreshing. Do you know what im talking about? What is it called and how can i make it at home?

    thank you again and keep up your good work! we appreciate it very much!

  12. Thank you for all your wonderful recipes, they are just perfect! I made fresh Paneer and it was amazing. Veg Biryani is my next attempt. Always looking forward to new recipes. Thank you
    Take care, Chandree

  13. Hello Manjula Aunty,

    I just came across ur websites and tried few recipes….they were really great!!!
    I was wondering for this mango lassi if its ok to use the can pulp mango as its abit hard to find fresh mangoes in nz…please reply. thank you!!

    1. Hi Nikhita,
      Did you get a response regarding replacing fresh mangoes with mango pulp? If yes, what did manjula did say? how much mango pulp with yogurt needs to be used for mango lassi?

  14. thank you for this authentic website. I appreciate the well respected recipes,tips, and authority in the kitchen. thank you. Did I say thank you?

  15. Очень приятно видеть таких умный людей, красиво пишите посты, очень полезно и разнообразно. Буду вашей постоянной читательницей. Еще раз спасибо.

  16. Hi Manjula aunty! Just wanted to appreciate your wonderful piece of work. I have tried couple recipes and all of them have turned to great! awesome proportions!!!

    Also wanted to know if you have a recipe for curds(yogurt) from scratch? I do culture it everynight, but wanted to know how to prepare it in the first place so I dont go asking my friends for the culture all the time if something happens to my culture!!

    I have very basic idea, that its done using lime or tamarind, but dont the exact method. Can you please share/ post it? Thanks and great job again!!

  17. hello munjala ,i watch your videos alot and its really simple and easy for me.i would like to say thanks alot for all doing really good job please keep it up.i have question How ca i make batory its like a naan but its diffirent then naan?

  18. Hey Manjula,

    I am looking for a recipe for FAFDA. I hope you know the receipe. If you do can you please share it on you site. My whole family loves fafda but I never found good recipe for it. Thank you. I appreciate your response.

  19. Hi,

    I made aloo parathas from your vedio, they turned out great and this is the first time I am making roti related stuff. Thanks soo much. And to think there are so many dishes without onion..just too good..

    I like it more since my name is also Manju:-)

  20. This is fantastic–thank you!! I am now addicted to these. I slightly prefer the fresh mango (not surprising), but canned does work great, and it’s the mint that was the real revelation- a great way to use my garden mint!

  21. thank you so much for your website and all of your recipes!
    i love mango lassis more than anything and could not come up with the right recipe. yours is to die for!!

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