Fig Jam/Preserve (without added pectin) 1 lb (453 gms) chopped fresh figs 1/2 cup water 3/4th cups sugar 1 tsp lemon juice 1/2 tsp cinnamon (optional) Procedure: To Prepare Chopped Figs – Pour boiling water over figs; let stand 10 minutes. Drain, stem and chop figs. To Make Jam – Sterilize canning jars.
Curry Leaf Chutney Let us discuss some facts about the curry leaf before I give you the recipe. The curry leaf tree was originally grown in India for its aromatic leaves. It slowly made way to many Asian kitchens because of its amazing and distinct flavor. But there is more
GHEE – THE SUPERFOOD According to Ayurveda Ghee is the one medicine that can be used for everyone. Ghee is considered to be a satvic food. Satvic foods are food which promote good health, positivity and personal growth. Ghee is the essence of milk, after milk is churned into cream/butter
SORGHUM (Jowar) SPINACH PANCAKES – According to the Ayurvedic description of Jowar, it is a dry, cool temperament. It is light to digest thus it makes a very good grain to consume in Summer. Jowar helps to pacify the Kapha dosha. That being said, it can vitiate vata so for a vata prakruti person ghee should be
This wholesome protein packed burger patty is a delicious way to fill you up in a healthy way. INGREDIENTS –1) Quinoa cooked – 1 cup2) Beet root raw – 1 cup grated3) Sweet Potato – 1 cup boiled, peeled and mashed4) Mushroom – 1/2 cup chopped (optional)5) Onion – 1/4th
Golden Milk (Turmeric milk) – Gold milk is a traditional Ayurvedic drink made with turmeric root (or ground turmeric), milk (originally made with cow’s milk, but can also be made with plant-based and dairy free milks like almond and coconut). Spices like black pepper, cinnamon are optional so are natural
Khichdi, is a dish from the Indian subcontinent made from rice and lentils, but other variations include bajra and mung dal kichri. In Indian culture, it is considered one of the first solid foods that babies eat. Hindus, who avoid eating grains during fasting, eat Sabudana Khichadi made from sago.
Ayurveda uses buttermilk both to maintain health and to treat disease. Buttermilk is called ‘ Takra ‘ in Ayurveda. It is easy to digest and improves digestion because of its hot (ushna) nature. Buttermilk is useful is treatment of digestive issues, indigestion, inflammation, lack of appetite, liver and spleen disorders,