I am sure that everyone knows how to make Chaas or Buttermilk at home, especially if you grew up in India then its a must have drink during the hot summers to keep the heat off and to cool down your body temperature.
It’s also one of the things which stops me from going vegan is yogurt (well the cheese and butter too!! but for now let’s talk about yogurt/ Curd/ Dahi).
I grew up drinking Chaas / Buttermilk everyday during summers right after or during lunch. And my mom used to make different variations to keep things interesting, so here i bring you this Chaas / Buttermilk which is full of flavour, and it’s very healthy as well.
And the colour of this Chaas / Buttermilk is very interesting as well, so if you are having guests over and you want to make Chaas / Buttermilk and give it a surprise twist then i would definitely recommend that you try out this recipe. This recipe has the most common and easily found ingredients so you you won’t have to look too far just open your fridge or pantry and voila become the star of your kitchen.
Don’t forget to tell me how you and your family liked this recipe leave a comment in the comment box and i will definitely get back to you.
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Spiced Buttermilk / Masala Chaas‘ Recipe (Scroll Down for detailed & printable recipe)
Ingredients for Spiced Buttermilk / Masala chaas
|Curd / Plain Yogurt /Dahi||½ cup|
|Roasted Cumin seed powder Jeera powder||¼ tsp|
|Black Salt||¼ tsp|
|Cilantro / Dhania||1 tbsp|
|Mint leaves /Pudina||1 tbsp|
|Ice cubes||5 to 6|
|Salt||¼ tsp or as per your taste|
Prepping for Spiced Buttermilk / Masala chaas
- Wash the cilantro and mint leaves thoroughly.
- Cut the green chilli and ginger into bit size pieces.
Method of making Spiced Buttermilk / Masala chaas
1)So for this recipe you need ½ cup of curd, I usually use home made full fat curd but you also use store bought.
2)To get full fat curd, make sure when you are boiling the milk you keep stirring it so the malai or the cream doesn’t separate from the milk and then make curd out of that milk.
3)Now simply add this curd in a blender along with 5-6 ice cubes, 1 cup of cold water, followed by 1 tbsp of cilantro which is dhania, 1 tbsp of mint leaves which is pudina, ½ chopped green chilli, ¼ tsp of roasted jeera powder, salt as per your taste and ½ tsp of ginger pieces.
3)and now blend until you everything becomes one with each other.
4)once blended pour and remember to pour from a distance so you get the foam on top of the glass and now last but not least add the black salt which is kala namak and stir
5) the reason we didn’t add Black Salt before is that it would make the drink a little dark in color so always add black salt towards the end of the dish and now decorated it with mint leaves and serve chilled.