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    • Bananas – 2 (Peeled Bananas 140gms)
    • Curd – 1Cup (330gms
    • Powdered Sugar – 2Tbsps (Or To Taste)
    • Chocolate Ice Cream – 1/2Cup (110gms)

    (Online Conversion utility to convert Gms to Cups & Temperatures etc)


    Peel bananas and slice them. Place the sliced bananas in a plate in a single layer and freeze till frozen.


    Into a blender add frozen banana slices, curd and powdered sugar. Blend the ingredients in blender till smooth. Add chocolate ice cream and whip to get a frothy smoothie. Pour into glasses and serve immediately.

    Points To Observe:

    Do not add ice to chill the smoothie---instead freeze the banana pieces and use.

    Add powdered sugar instead of granulated sugar as it mixes well into the smoothie.

    Chocolate and banana combination is always a hit. Serve the smoothie chilled on a hot summer day.

    Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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