Yummilicious Dahi Rabdi Lassi Set To Fame In Twin City’s Chilling Summer


Cuttack: As Odisha goes into a bad spin during the cruel summer months every year from March, Dahi-Rabidi Lassi becomes one of the most attractions of Odias.

Lassi is all about curd in its thick, frothy, creamy, rich delightful form which tastes like heaven in the hot summer months.

The unique concoctions of peda, grated coconut & dry fruits make it incredibly innovative. Caught amongst the traffic, the shop has colored bottles in display to make you stop your tracks and take notice of it.

Carrying on the tradition forward, the lassi offered here is an irresistible sweet shiner. Instead of grinding away, the ice slabs are squashed by hand with a stick and then added with dahi and rabdi to give a fizzy concoction. The cherries and nuts popped in ends up giving a zesty finish to the lassi.

The gorgeous rabdi added to the frothy, churned dahi gives a divine texture to the lassi making it almost right to glug in.

An absolute refreshing delight to indulge in, this delicious dahi rabdi lassi calms the tired nerves that inevitably comes under the heating sun. The environment around is also unique.

While having the lassi, you can feel the throbbing pulsating spirit of the silver city all around you. With splash of dramatic colors, this refreshing glass of lassi will burst the exotic flavours in your mouth.

Jay Shree Ram Sarbat & Lassi (Cuttack)

Baidyanath, who belongs to bepari sahi in Cuttack runs this one-stop lassi stall in Buxi Bazaar, which was established by his Late father Karthik Prasad Bhagat in 1980. Initially it started as a small shop near their residence but with growth and popularity they had to shift it to Buxibazar.

Lingaraj Lassi (Bhubaneswar)

Harihar Sahu who initially started selling lassi in a small shanty remembers selling a glass of lassi for Rs 2, 33 years ago. Today he sells a variety of lip-smacking lassi in a huge shed behind the Durga Mandap in Shaheed nagar. The demand for sugar free lassi for the diabetic customers, dahi sarbat which is simple lassi without any addition and the dahi rabidi mix with freshly scraped coconut, nuts and bits of cherry added, is a big hit.

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