Cumin Mint Buttermilk

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5 mins Cooking Time
2 Servings
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Grains, root and tubers
Meats & Fish
Nuts & Seeds
Green Leafy Vegetables
Vitamin A Rich Fruits and Vegetables
Sources of Calories
Protein 19%
Carbs 24%
Fats 56%
Probiotic Food
Weightloss Recipe
Zero Trans Fat
Gluten Free

Relax and unwind with this Indian Cumin Mint Buttermilk that is sugar-free, low carb, zero trans fat, gluten-free, has no added sugar, and is made using curd. This FitterEats Mint Chaas is a version of the Plain Chaas that tastes equally delicious. Perfect as an accompaniment with or just on its own, this sour, vegetarian and Jain drink works as the perfect pick-me-up drink when you hit the lows of a challenging day. Cumin Mint Buttermilk is rich in Calcium and can be had as a lunch, mid-morning or evening drink. This recipe best tastes with the Desi Village Food like pakodas and bhajiyas. It also makes for a great Sugar Free Drink For Summer. Try it out in the comfort of your home.


  • 4 Tbsp Curd
  • 1 Tbsp Chopped Mint (Pudina)
  • 1/4 Tsp Cumin Powder (Jeera)
  • 1/4 Tsp Salt
  • As Required Water


  • Step 1

    Take a blender and pour in curd

  • Step 2

    Further, add salt, chopped pudina and cumin powder

  • Step 3

    Pour in a little water and blend to obtain the desired consistency

  • Step 4

    Garnish with a mint leaf

  • Step 5

    Serve Cold

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Approximate values
Serving Size Large Glass(200ml)
Amount Per ServingCalories


% Daily Value *
Total Carbohydrate 2gm 0.8%
Dietary Fiber 0gm 0.6%
Protein 2gm 3.9%
Total Fat 2gm 3.0%

*Percentage Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Disclaimer: Nutrition information is based on standard serving sizes and recipes as prepared by Fitterfly. Actual nutritional values may vary because of variations in portion size or recipes, continuous data changes by these sources, changes in growing seasons, or differences in the sources of ingredients. We may update this information from time to time and change the way we calculate Nutrition data. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice, but calorie needs vary based on multiple factors. For some ingredients, nutrient information is not available and they may not reflect accurately in the Label. Please consult your doctor or a Registered Dietitian if you are on a medically restricted diet.

Reference: Indian Food Composition Tables 2017, National Institute of Nutrition; Nutritive Value of Indian Foods 2016, National Institute of Nutrition (Indian Council of Medical Research)


How long would it take burn 37 kcals ?

  • Walking (3 mph ) 11 minutes
  • Running (6 mph ) 7 minutes
  • Bicycling 5 minutes

Values estimated based on person weighing 60 kgs.

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