Actor Gauahar Khan has produced some delightful performances not just on Indian TV but also in films and series on OTT platforms. The model-turned actress is also quite active on Instagram, and regularly posts stories for her fans to keep track of what she has been up to. On Wednesday, the Ishaqzaade actress was in Punjab. And what's the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Punjab? Lassi, right? Well, we are happy to report that Gauahar acted like a true foodie and got her hands on a glass of the drink too.
On Instagram Stories, Gauahar posted a Boomerang holding a glass of lassi. She captioned it: "Have to do lassi in Punjab." The location at the right bottom of the screen said, "Patiala, India."
Gauahar is a foodie and this is evident from her posts on social media. Recently, a video of the actress and her husband, Zaid Durbar eating some yummy pani puris was shared on social media. In it, Zaid can be seen waiting to have a bite of the pani puri as Gauahar chooses to ignore him and focuses on the snack, playfully.
If you, however, are still thinking of the delicious lassi that Gauahar is sipping on, we have news for you. Thanks to us, you won't have to travel all the way to Punjab to savour some lassi. We have curated a list of five lassi recipes that can be easily made at home.
First on the list is this drink that is made with chilled curd, saffron, water, one scoop of vanilla ice cream, and dry fruits. Sweet and rich, it is the only thing you need to put yourself in a better mood.
Those who love mangoes will agree that you cannot go wrong with the fruit. And this is true when it comes to a lassi recipe as well. Creamy yogurt and pulpy mango, what is not to love about it?
If you are a traditionalist when it comes to food, this classic lassi is right up your alley. With just yogurt and water, this lassi can be made sweet or salty, and all in under 10 minutes.
If you don't find time to add fruits to your diet, we recommend that you take a look at this lassi recipe that is fresh, healthy, and full of taste. With the addition of chikoo, the lassi takes on a rich and sweet flavour.
Looking for something that will give you a burst of freshness in your mouth. Well, your search stops with this recipe. Light and yummy, mint works as a great lassi flavour.
Tell us if you, like Gauahar Khan, love lassi, and do drop your pick from the list in the comments.