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“Made In Heaven”: Thats What Sobhita Dhulipala Said After Savoring This Drink, Find Out What It Was

Model-turned-actress Sobhita Dhulipala often uploads aesthetically rich pictures of herself on her social media account. Though she doesn’t post a lot about food, whenever she does, it is either drool-worthy, rich, or healthy. So, what caught our eyes recently was a delectable post on her Instagram Stories, which showed her savoring a glass full of thick and frothy lassi. In the image, Sobhita is seen holding the lassi in what looks like a matka (earthen glass). We could also see some yummy samosas on the side. Sobhita captioned the post, “This lassi was made in heaven yaaaar.” Looks like Sobhita had a great treat.

Take a look at the Instagram Stories here:


Sobhita is seen enjoying lassi along with samosas

Last month, Sobhita had posted a picture of herself having a red smoothie that looked both tasty and healthy at the same time. She captioned the image, “Ate healthy food for the 1st time since 2021 so decided to gram it.”

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Once, she made us drool with some lip-smacking south Indian delicacies. She uploaded a picture of a delectable meal that included upma, dosa, idli along with sambar and chutneys. The meal was accompanied by black coffee. She enjoyed all that tasty food as she shared her gastronomic adventure with her Instafam. She captioned the post, “Telugu starter pack.”

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Coming back to her post on lassi, if that’s making you craving already, here are some ideas to make the drink for yourself at home.

1) Mango Lassi

You may have tried the traditional white lassi, but let’s give it a makeover with this delicious drink that has the goodness of mangoes. For that flavour burst, use the ripest of mangoes and blitz them in a blender with the yogurt. As mangoes may vary in terms of sweetness or pulpiness, add curd or sugar accordingly. Sprinkle a few threads of saffron on top before serving.

2) Mint Lassi

While you impatiently wait for the appearance of mangoes in the local fruit market in summer, you can make do with a glass of mint lassi. This smooth and creamy drink will brighten up the gloomiest of days. Just for that added zing, try having it with some salt around the rim of the glass.

3) Banana Walnut Lassi

If you want to down something sweet with the goodness of bananas, then opt for this variant of the lassi. It’s a very popular version of the drink. Add some walnuts to it. You can also jazz it up with some rose water. This creamy and sweet drink can also masquerade as a dessert that you can have while waiting for your food to arrive.

We’re sure these lassi recipes will tick all the boxes when it comes to having something extra-refreshing! Do tell us which variant you tried for yourself.

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