Salted Mint Lassi | Namkeen Lassi

a refreshing summer drink / after meal beverage using curd & mint leaves

Lassi is an age-old Punjabi after meal beverage which is known for its numerous benefits such as aiding digestion, providing calcium and vitamin D and many more. Apart from that, it can be relished in hot summers because of its cooling properties from Curd. And this yogurt / curd based beverage can be salty as well as sweet. I love to have salty kind of lassi mostly where as my husband loves to have both salty as well as sweet. One of the favorite and most demanded lassi of my two boys (husband and son) is the chocolate lassi. Lassi is only one such drink that other than being a healthy beverage, also serves as a perfect refreshing drink for people of all ages. 

Well, today’s post is a lassi kind of cold beverage as Salted Mint Lassi. From the name itself one can guess this is a salty lassi and this is my kind of lassi 😉 Here the lassi is flavored with freshly plucked mint leaves from my small kitchen garden along with some roasted cumin powder and black salt. Although I prefer to make lassi using a hand whisk or even using a madhani (traditional wooden hand beater for lassi), but here I have used an electric blender to make this salted lassi.

I have simply add everything to a blender jar and blend for 1-2 minutes to mix everything well and a frothy layer comes out. That’s it ! Then its is ready to serve without any pressure in hand (usually happens when we use hand whisk / madhani). This lassi is also named as Namkeen Lassi. Mint lassi is a great compliment to any meal, especially during summer. It is there in every Indian household during these hot periods. Super simple recipe it is and no cooking is required to make this. So do try this refreshing salted mint lassi !

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Salted Mint Lassi / Namkeen Lassi

Salted Mint Lassi / Namkeen Lassi


Prep time: 5 MCook time: Total time: 5 M

a refreshing summer drink / after meal beverage using curd & mint leaves


  • Yogurt (dahi) 1 cup
  • Mint leaves 1/2 cup
  • Cumin powder (roasted) 1 tsp
  • Black salt 1/2 tsp
  • Ice cubes as needed


How to cook Salted Mint Lassi / Namkeen Lassi

  1. Put yogurt, mint leaves, black salt & cumin powder in a blender jar. Blend for 1-2 minutes.
  2. Add the ice cubes and blend again for few seconds.
  3. Pour mint lassi into a serving glass and serve immediately !


It can be stored in fridge for 1-2 days.

Gluten free, Indian Drink, Salted lassi, Vegetarian, Healthy drink, After meal beverage

Beverage, Cold drink, Lassi, mint Lassi, Pudina lassi, Mint leaves


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  1. Bless My Food by PAYAL
    Bless My Food by PAYAL

    Summers are reaching and lassi is part and parcel of this season. You have made it more flavourful with the touch of mint.

  2. Lata Lala

    The must have in summers is glass full of buttermilk/lassi for us. It's made every single day without fail.
    Mint flavour sounds so refreshing Sasmita.

  3. Indfused

    Your lassi looks so frothy and delicious, Sasmita! We love this after dinner lassi too.

  4. Pavani

    What a refreshing and delicious summer drink that is. Love the addition of mint in there. Lassi looks so frothy and so inviting.

  5. cookingwithsapana

    We love salted mint lassi in summers to pair with our lunch. Your clicks are very beautiful Sasmita.

  6. Hayley

    Such a desi way cool down this summer with this easy, authentic and nutritious namkin lassi. Looks so tempting.

  7. jayashree

    Liked the addition of mint here, shall try it next time. Lassi is a refreshing drink for summer.

  8. Mayuri Patel

    The most satisfying cool drink ever. I'd take a lassi anytime over a soft drink. It must be so nice to have your own small garden and use produce from there.

  9. Lathiya

    This is such a simple yet true body cooler. You have presented it so gorgeously. I love the mint flavor you used.

  10. cookwithrenu

    A refreshing and tasty drink during summers. I am mad for mint and I am just loving this drink

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