Oats Masala Chaas | Spicy Oats Buttermilk

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The Oats Masala Chaas or Spicy Oats Buttermilk is a healthy summer drink with the goodness of oats.

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Chaas aka Indian Buttermilk!

Chaas is a common yogurt aka dahi based drink in Indian households. It is the ideal summer drink made with yogurt, water, and some spices. It is not only light and refreshing but also good for health. Generally, this diluted yogurt is served along with the meal.
The good bacteria of curd help in improving the general immunity of our body and reduce the stomach ailments like irritable bowel, stomach infections, irregular bowel movements.

What is the difference between chaas and lassi?

Both lassi and chaas are made with curd.
Chaas has a thin watery consistency whereas lassi has a thick, creamy, luscious texture like a milkshake.
Lassi can be both sweet or salty but chaas (buttermilk) is always savory only.

What is Oats Masala Chaas ?

Yeah, heard right! The humble chaas has a touch of oats here. Oat-based food products such as bread, biscuits, cookies, breakfast cereals, flakes, and infant food are gaining popularity due to their high nutritional value. So why not add to our drink!

Well, this masala chaas becomes so filling and nutritious drink by adding oats in it. I have used the Quaker brand’s oats.

Steps to make this Oats Masala Chaas –

First, dry roast the oats till just warm. Allow to cool and make a fine powder.
Now blend everything except water and ice cubes using a hand blender or in a blender jar. Add water and stir well.
Pour into serving glass. Add some ice cubes and sprinkle some roasted cumin powder. And then the oats masala chaas is ready!

There is nothing complicated about this recipe and I have posted a quick video on my Insta Page. You can refer to that, for a quick understanding.

This spiced buttermilk is the perfect way to cool off during hot days.

Do you like this type of drink, then check this Namkin Sattu Sharbat | Sattu ka Ghol | Savory Gram-flour Quencher!

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Oats Masala Chaas | Spicy Oats Buttermilk

a healthy summer drink with the goodness of oats
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine Indian
Servings 2


  • tbsp Oats
  • 1 cup Curd
  • 1 tsp Chat masala
  • 1 tsp Blalck salt
  • ½ tsp Cumin powder (roasted)
  • Coriander leaf few
  • Mint leaf few
  • 1-2 no. Green chili
  • 2 cup Water
  • Ice cubes few


  • Dry roast the oats and powder it.
  • Now blend everything except water and ice cubes using a hand blender or in a blender jar.
  • Add water and stir well.
  • Pour into serving glass.
  • Add some icecubes and sprinkle some roasted cumin powder.
  • Serve immediately!


  • Adjust the spices according to the taste.
  • Make it ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator. At the time of serving just give a good stir and serve!
  • Black salt gives a nice flavor to any chaas, so donot change to the regular salt.
Keyword Chaas, easy and quick, Healthy drink, Summer Drink
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  1. Poonam Bachhav

    5 stars
    Adding Oats to masala chaas is brilliant ! It makes the drink all the more nutritious. Would love giving it a try.

  2. Preeti Shridhar

    5 stars
    Chaas is a known summer cooler. Our lunch is not complete without chaas during summer months. Addition of oats powder makes it even better. A wonderful share.

  3. Sujata Roy

    5 stars
    I love chaas anytime. Loved the idea of adding roasted oats powder in the chaas. Masala chaas with oats sounds so delicious and nutritious. I would love to try it soon.

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