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About Mung Beans
Mung Dhal is traditionally is a traditional Indian and Ayurvedic dish made from mung beans. Mung beans may be purchased either split or whole, with or without skins. Mung beans hold a special place in Ayurveda due to their easy digestibility, medicinal and sattvic (peace promoting) properties. They are sweet, astringent, cool and sweet (post-digestive) making them particularly...
Ayurveda Yogurt Recipe
- 3 cups raw Organic whole Milk
- With either 1) “yogurt starter” powder ½ tsp, or 2) 2 Tbs plain yogurt (from last batch you made), (You can either use 2 tablespoon out of this “old” yogurt to make your next batch, but the quantity of the beneficial microbes decreases each time or the fresh “yogurt starter”...
Cucumber Mint Raita
(Refreshing Yogurt Condiment)
Raita is a nourishing condiment consisting of plain yogurt, water, salt and spices. This recipe is perfect for the summer season with its refreshing addition of mint and cucumber and cooling spices such as coriander and cilantro.
- 2 cup yogurt
- 1-2 cup water (to preference of thickness)
- 1/2 grated and peeled cucumber
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp...
- 1 cup rice (ie white rice)
- ½ cup other grain (ie, quinoa)
- 3 cups water
- ½ tsp salt
- ½ tsp cumin powder
- 1 Tbs ghee
- Soak grains overnight in enough water to cover by few inches
- Drain in the morning
- Place all ingredients into saucepan and cover on high
- Bring to a boil
- Stir & cover
- Reduce to simmer (time varies according to...
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Ayurveda Veggie Upma Recipe
- Cream of Rice with Veggies -
Upma is traditionally made with coarsely ground wheat or farina. It is a light meal, which is easy to digest if using cream of rice like we are here, and can be eaten as a savory breakfast meal, or lunch, dinner or snack. Rice can be substituted with cream of wheat or even quinoa flakes. You can mix veggies and spices to suite...
Ayurveda Sabudana Kitchari
Tapioca is the root starch of the cassava plant of South America. It is a grain free, wheat free substitute for gluten sensitivity and for those fasting from grains for spiritual purposes. It has a binding property which makes it good for thickening sauces or as a flour replacement. It is used Ayurvedically to neutralize acidity ama...
- 2 cups besan flour
- 1 cup powdered sucanat or jaggery
- 6 Tbs ghee (plus a few more for helping with rolling balls)
- ¼ cup sooji powder (fine)
- 2 pinches salt
- Assorted nuts
- 2 pinches salt
- ½ tsp cardamom powder
- 2 tsp fresh peeled and grated ginger
- ¼ cup sesame seeds for garnish
- Dry roast besan flour until golden brown...
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Asparagus-Daikon Kidney Detox Subji
This is a ayurvedic simple and delicious veggie dish combining two detox veggies for the kidneys - asparagus & daikon radish. It's perfect for spring or anytime your body is feeling bogged down and heavy. It will provide a gentle flush through the kidneys which makes it great in spring season when the bodily waters are naturally in detox-mode....
Tomato-free Rasam - Ayurveda-style
(aka spiced digestive soup)
This is a quick and easy ayurvedic rasam recipe you can make anytime you're needing a little spice in your life or want an easy flavorful side dish to spice up a meal and enhance your digestive capacity. Rasam is a southern Indian soup usually served with rice and veggies. It is essentially a digestive tea made to taste like a meal....
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Ayurveda Vegetable Korma Recipe
(tomato free creamy version)
Vegetable Korma is a delicious combination of several vegetables in a creamy sauce. It is often served in Indian restaurants. Veggie korma can be served with any Indian bread or rice. Veggie korma is also known as navratan korma-named for the "nine jewels" of veggies and nuts it contains. It is a creamy...
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