Did you perhaps mean lasso?
- Hindi lassī, probably ultimately from Sanskrit rasaḥ, juice, liquid, milk. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“According to Wikipedia, a lassi is popular drink originating from North India.”
“This kachori sets one on fire so a glass of lassi is a great accompaniment.”
“I always stock the pantry with some cans of mango puree, once you have the puree on hand, mango lassi is a few seconds away.”
“The default when you ask for a lassi is a mango lassi.”
“The ripe fruits are eaten out of hand, of course, and are used in desserts and sweet drinks, like the yogurt-based mango lassi, which is common in Indian restaurants in the US.”
“There is also mango lassi, which is also quite important.”
“I don't know if this can really be called a lassi, as those I've ordered in Indian restaurants are much creamier and sweeter, so perhaps this is just a mango smoothie.”
“A delicious drink called lassi is made by combining yogurt with lemon water and honey.”
“Calcutta had no power; but his machines sold well in rural Punjab because the 'dhaba owners' innovated on his machine to make "lassi" - 12 glasses at a time - to meet the growing demand, "Karnik said.”
“I love a good mango lassi which is mango juice mixed with yogurt along with Indian food.”
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