Lassi is a refreshing yogurt drink popular across the Indian subcontinent, perfect for those hot summer days. This simple drink can be made sweet or savoury. Today we'll be making a sweet mango lassi using the Spicecraft Lassi Mix which is a delicious blend of spiced cardamom sugar and organic rose dust. It is mixed with plain yogurt, water and mangoes. You can make lassi with any seasonal fruit - especially blueberries and strawberries.Use Almond Milk for a delicious vegan alternative.Make your own Lassi Mix with 1 tbsp caster sugar, 1 pinch cardamon powder, 1 tsp rose dust or rose petals, 1 pinch salt.
A delicious version of Butter Chicken made with vegan/vegetarian ingredients. Perfect if you avoid animal products or if you are trying to get some extra veggies in.
‘Paneer Makhani’, as the traditional Indian vegetarian version is known, is almost as popular as actual Butter Chicken in the subcontinent. It is made using Indian cottage cheese called Paneer, available in the dairy section of all Australian supermarkets.
But really you can use tofu, tempeh, soy protein, chickpeas and any number of veggies. Our favourite vegan option uses roasted cauliflower. Absolutely sensational!
Spicecraft kits come with the 13 herbs and spices pre-portioned for this dish. We add in different spices at different stages of cooking to build layers of flavour.