Maaza Yogurt Shake

An absolutely simple and tasty shake ready in minutes if you have Maaza at home :)

Ingredients :

Sweet thick yogurt : 1/2 cup (Greek style suits better)
Maaza Mango Juice : 1 cup

Mix both and blend in your juicer. Add few ice cubes and serve if both juice and yogurt were at room temperature when you blended it.

Yogurt Shake is ready in minutes :) Drink and enjoy!!!

You can even try with thick cold milk and a scoop oof vanilla icecream to get a yummy milk shake.

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30 comments:

Deepa G Joshi said...

wow, such a refreshing drink..feels so comforting..

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Leena said...

Hi there, This is my first visit...u have got so many nice recipes..NIce to know u are from Karnataka,i am following u and added to my bloglist...Maaza yoghurt shake is looking delicious...

Priya said...

Woww wat a fantastic shake, love it..

notyet100 said...

tk cre dear,..
this one is quick one ,..thnks for the recipe perfect for the summers here,..

Tina said...

Soooo simple and delicious...

Hari Chandana said...

this is yummy.. looks amazing.. thanks for sharing!!

Ms.Chitchat said...

Very refreshing drink and a simple recipe. Take care.

niveditha said...

oh, i just kept visiting you again and again to check out new posts and recipes. Now came to know why.Take care dear :)

sowmya's creative saga said...

that looks absolutely delicious...and take care of your health...

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Lovely idea..never tried!!

BangaloreBaker said...

Looks lovely. I make this but with mango pulp.

kitchen queen said...

very refreshing and appetising.

Springbird said...

so easy and refreshing.

Cham said...

Take care LK! Maaza in shake form -good one :)

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy drink

YOSEE said...

Yogurt shakes are most refreshing. Tasted the fruit and curds combination first time in Port Blair years ago. we had different iced fruit lassis made with fresh fruit. Banana, mango, pineapple. For the blazing climate, these shakes were like heaven.
Wish you good health and all the best.

Rekha said...

Wow, tumba interesting recipe kanri. U enjoy ur pr-and post pregnancy time. Blogs are always there...u wont get back this time. Enjoi maadi!

Sharon Colaco D'Souza said...

Lovely recipe Lakshmi! Take care and have a safe pregnancy!

Parita said...

Nice idea of using mazaa :)

anavar said...

Simple and delicious recipe! I always prepare shakes with milk. Have to try with yogurt! Thanks for idea! Take care! Ana

Soma Pradhan said...

A nice way to impress the guests

roma said...

Hi Lakshmi,

I visited Mysore a week ago and remembered you there. Here is a glimpse of my trip
http://romasharma.com/2010/04/a-trip-to-mysore/

Bye,
Roma

Priya said...

I love ur recipes :) Please collect ur award from my blog :)

Priya said...

Wow.. Congratulations on your newborn :)... enjoy!!

Rachel said...

Great substitution for mango...

Sharmilee! :) said...

Perfect for this summer

Rach said...

Sounds yummy :) ( I couldn't see the picture though). All the best for your delivery. Take care..

Maaya said...

sp easy and so yummy! refreshing!

Soma Pradhan said...

Nice recipe

Jay said...

Hy dear,
Chanced upon ur blog while blog hoppping...Amazed by your wonderful collection of recipes...Am your new follower now..:)
Do drop in at my space sometime.