Using edible flowers in Beverages is a common thing to do. So, here’s a beverage recipe that’s got some real flower power in it! Rose Lassi, a flowery variation to the basic lassi is another cooling yogurt-based drink that also has the enticing flavors of the rose flower – in the form of rose petals and rose syrup. And because there’s rose in this lassi, it is also super fragrant and refreshing too. This lassi variant is super quick to make and looks lovely too.
This tasty and cooling rose lassi is made with fresh curd, rose petals, rose syrup, sugar and dry fruits.
Lassi is very popular in north India during the summer. There are many variations of it and rose lassi is one such variation. I have also posted a few more lassi variations like:
In this recipe of rose lassi, both the rose syrup and yogurt are cooling. You can add rose syrup in plain milk or Rose milk or in Falooda recipe also. When it comes to the curd, I suggest using homemade fresh curd for this lassi.
Rose Lassi is one of the easiest beverage recipes. You just have to add everything in the blender jar and give it a good swirl until a smooth and frothy lassi is formed. As the rose syrup is sweet too, you can adjust the sugar according to the level of sweetness you want in the lassi.
Make sure that the rose petals that you are drying to use in the lassi are organic and free of any chemical. Best is to use it from your own garden if you have.
If you want then you can ice cubes to serve it more chilled. Serve rose lassi immediately or you can store it in the fridge and have it later.
How to make Rose Lassi
1. Take 1.5 cups of fresh chilled curd in a mixer or blender jar.
2. Add 1 cup chilled water, 10 to 12 dried rose petals or 5 to 6 fresh rose petals, 1 teaspoon rose water and 3 tablespoons of rose syrup.
I did not add ice cubes, hence I added 1 cup of chilled water. if adding ice cubes then add ½ cup water. The dried rose petals are from my terrace garden. I dry them in shade and then add them to kheers or the sweets that I prepare.
3. Blend everything till smooth and till the lassi becomes frothy. You can make the lassi thick or thin by adjusting the amount of water.
Instead of water, you can also add milk or half-half of water and milk.
4. Pour the lassi in glasses and Serve rose lassi with some sliced or chopped dry fruits like almonds, pistachios or cashews.
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- 1.5 cups Curd (yogurt)
- 1 cup chilled water or ½ cup water + 6 to 8 ice cubes
- 10 to 12 dried rose petals or 5 to 6 fresh edible rose petals
- 1 to 2 teaspoon rose water
- 3 tablespoon rose syrup
- 2 to 3 tablespoon sugar or add as required
- 1 tablespoon chopped or sliced dry fruits like pistachios, almonds or cashews
- Take 1.5 cups fresh chilled curd in a mixer or blender jar.
- Add 1 cup chilled water, 10 to 12 dried rose petals or 5 to 6 fresh rose petals, 1 to 2 tsp rose water and 3 tbsp rose syrup. I did not add ice cubes, hence added 1 cup water. If adding ice cubes then add 1/2 cup water
- Blend everything till smooth and till the lassi becomes frothy.
- Pour in glasses and serve rose lassi with some sliced or chopped dry fruits like almonds, pistachios or cashews.
- The recipe can be easily doubled or tripled.
- Make sure that the rose petals that you are drying to use in the lassi are organic and free of any chemical. Best is to use it from your own garden if you have.
- Adjust the quantity of sugar as per your personal preferences.
This Rose Lassi post from the blog archives first published in May 2015 has been updated and republished on December 2022.
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This has inspired to make a lavender lassi because it would be so aromatic. Then I would add dried blueberries. It’s going to be lovely wow I love that your recipes are opening mind to experiment with new and traditional ways. Thank you
Hi……..Can you please tell the brand of rose water you’ve added? Bcoz market is flooded with rosewater meant for cosmetic purposes.i had no luck with edible one
this was a brand from turkey. i do not remember the name now.
thanks for sharing this delicious recipe. I tried it at home. It is really very good and tasty. All Members in family loved it. Thank you so much. Keep sharing recipes like this. again thanks 🙂
pleased to know this shweta 🙂 thankyou so much for your positive words glad your family liked the recipes.
Your blog helped me a lot…and it is more easy to understand the steps by pictures..
I truly loved it…
Hi Dassana! Can we substitute the rose petals with roohafza? of Guruji? it tastes quite different from the other one..!
Yes you can sakshi ☺
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Well being a mbbs student.. i hv less tym to explore my culnry arts but yeah.. when the tym calls.. i do tried ur recipies.. i tried Dal makhni.. u wont believe.. all were saying – ki ye tune nahi bnaya.. its frm sm restrnt.. 🙂 I wud like to join u on facebook.. pls do send the link. Thankew.. 🙂 live long u n ur recipies.. 🙂
welcome honey. nice to know this. thanks for sharing positive feedback on dal makhani. happy cooking.
Dassana since 3 monts im cooking your amazing recipes,i want to tell you ,god bless your wonderfull blog.
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We are leaving here in bangalore.your blog helpme a lot !! Because of course i dont know cook indian food!! Thanyouuu
Your recipes are perfect,and your step by step fotos is amazing better than see a video,you explain perfect evrything.
I have a question karnataka recipes is only 12?
Another question …i cooked bisi bele bath and i would like coment but i dont see the option to make a coment …why?
thanks a lot nancy for this sweet feedback. glad to know that recipes are helping you in learning indian cooking. i will slowly add recipes from karnataka cuisine also. currently comments are closed in most posts because of a busy schedule.
Looks delicious, and it’s gluten free! Thanks!
Welcome J. Withington