Ayran, Turkish Yoghurt Drink, Lebanese Curd Drink
 on 06 Apr 21 09:42 AM

This feels very much like chaas (buttermilk) but little thicker. My only confusion here is that in the main description you have mentioned that milk & curd is mixed and milk is also mentioned in the ingredients. But in the step-to-step recipe with photos, water is replaced by milk. Please clear as to which recipe is best.
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Tarla Dalal    Sorry, this recipe is in update phase and be fixed very soon. Follow step by step where no milk is used. I would suggest adding the garlic as it tastes awesome.
06 Apr 21 10:47 AM
Ayran, Turkish Yoghurt Drink, Lebanese Curd Drink
 on 02 Jul 16 08:55 AM

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Tarla Dalal    Hi Abdush , we are delighted you loved the Turkish Yoghurt Drink recipe. Please keep posting your thoughts and feedback and review recipes you have loved. Happy Cooking.
02 Jul 16 09:40 AM
 on 02 Dec 10 05:27 PM

It is pretty much chaas just that its much thicker! so its basically non sweet lassi with a nice throw of ginger! nice!! :)

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