Champagne lassi recipe
- Cuisine: Indian
750 ml bottle champagne, chilled
1 cup mango juice
2 x 200 g cups mango-flavoured yogurt
4 ice cubes.
Blend together ice cubes, mango juice and yogurt in a blender. Pour into chilled wine glasses half way to the top. Top with champagne.
Optional, garnish with cherries, mint leaves, or fruit bits threaded onto toothpicks or cocktail umbrellas.
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