Masala Chaas aka flavored buttermilk is one of the most popular Indian summer drink. All you need are 4 ingredients (yogurt, water, salt, cumin powder) and 15 minutes to make this delicious masala chaas. Also, we present to you three different flavors of classic masala chaas. You see, I have these ideas to make masala chaas in 3 ways. That is sure to add a little extra sunshine and freshness to your dull summer gatherings. They are bright and colorful and will make a lovely addition to the festival of colors, Holi gathering table. They are naturally colored with all sorts of fresh herbs and spiked up with a notch of spices. And even more perfect, as it is healthy too. Excited enough to learn more about these eccentric masala chaas recipes?
Without a doubt, you can’t go wrong with the classic masala chaas. But if you’re looking for a fun “twist” on the classic, grab some fresh fruits/vegetables/herbs and literally twist them into this colorful chaas version! It’s super simple. All the three flavors taste quite different and have their own flavorsome persona. These chaas flavors were so good that we (I and husband) had to go for a vote to decide which one is our favorite. He thinks it’s the beetroot chaas, which made the cut. And my vote is for the pudina chaas. These would also be fantastic with other kinds of pureed fresh produce, like carrot, coriander, and so on. But the kickass earthy flavor of the masala chaas comes from the – roasted cumin powder. We highly, and it literally means highly, recommend making the roasted cumin powder from scratch at home for this recipe.
It will not take more than 10 minutes to make roasted cumin powder. Dry roast a tablespoon of cumin seeds in a pan until aromatic over low heat. Keep stirring. Once the aroma of cumin is released, turn off the heat and transfer the seeds to a bowl. While hot, crush them in a mortar and pestle. We are looking for a coarse powder. I assure you, this little extra effort, will guarantee a lip-smacking masala chaas. Simple, classic masala chaas recipe seemed like a good place to start for our first summer drink recipe ideas of the season. And that’s why I’m sharing with you how to make masala chaas 3 ways today. Warm weather vibes, it might be tagged as.
If you make this masala chaas recipe, be sure to snap a photo and hashtag it #funfoodandfrolic on Instagram. I’d love to see how the color of chaas turned out! Until then, Happy Holi!!
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