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Pakistan is home to a wide variety of delicious drinks, many of
which are perfect for quenching your thirst on a hot day. Here are some of our
favourite Pakistani drink recipes for you to try at home! 1. Lassi

Lassi is a refreshing yoghurt-based drink that originates from the Punjab
region of Pakistan. It can be made sweet or savoury, and is often enjoyed as a
breakfast or snack food. To make a simple lassi, simply combine natural
yoghurt, water, and sugar (or salt) to taste in a blender and blend until

Serve over ice and enjoy! 2. Chaas Chaas is another yoghurt-based drink, this
time from the Sindh region of Pakistan.

Unlike lassi, chaas is always served savoury, and is traditionally made by
churning yoghurt in a pot with water until it becomes light and frothy. Then,
spices such as cumin powder, black pepper, and ginger paste are added to taste
before the chaas is served chilled with chopped coriander leaves on top.

3. Falooda Falooda is a popular dessert drink that can be found all over
Pakistan (and indeed South Asia). It consists of milk mixed with rose syrup or
jelly crystals, falooda sev (vermicelli noodles), and often topped with whipped
cream or ice cream.

A true treat for any occasion!

Summer Drinks in Pakistan

As the mercury rises in Pakistan, so do the temperatures of
summer drinks! From lassi and chaas to thandai and falooda, these 10
thirst-quenching beverages will help you beat the heat this season. 1. Lassi: A
classic Punjabi drink, lassi is a yogurt-based beverage that can be sweet or

For a refreshing summer twist, try adding mango or mint to your lassi. 2.
Chaas: Also known as buttermilk, chaas is a favorite summer drink among many
Pakistanis. It’s cooling properties make it perfect for beating the heat wave!

3. Thandai: A rich and creamy drink made with milk, nuts, seeds and spices,
thandai is often served during festivals and celebrations in Pakistan. However,
it makes for a delicious summer treat too! Simply add some ice cubes and enjoy.

4. Falooda: A delightful dessert cum drink, falooda is made with vermicelli
noodles, milk and rose syrup. It’s often topped with ice cream or jelly for an
extra special treat! Try it once and you’ll be hooked for life!

5. Ganne ka Ras: Made from freshly extracted sugar cane juice, this healthy
drink is full of essential vitamins and minerals making it ideal to fight off
those pesky summer colds! Add a dash of lemon juice to make it even more
refreshingsummery goodness in a glass!


In Pakistan, there is a large variety of cold drinks to choose
from. However, the best cold drink in Pakistan is undoubtedly mango juice. Made
from fresh and ripe mangos, this refreshing drink is perfect for quenching
thirst on a hot day.


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