Tawa Lauki ( Bottle Gourd Delight)

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When diet is wrong medicine is of no use. When diet is correct medicine is of no need. ~Ayurvedic Proverb Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has always been making us aware of the nature of food and its effect on our body and mind. I am guilty of cooking food the night before ,for lunch on the… Read more »

A Recipe for Navratri

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Navaratri is a period of nine days. It is a joyful period, strolling in the moonlight to one’s heart’s content and dancing in rings, to the accompaniment of songs and drums. During these days, the old and the young alike, soak in the good things of life. Fasting and chanting hymns certainly give good health…. Read more »

Dosa recipe

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There is nothing more redeeming than hot dosas on your plate when you are hungry! Apart from the gastronomical pleasure that dosas provide, they have a great lesson to teach. In Kannada we have a proverb, “ellara mane dosenu tute” meaning dosas made in every house have holes in it. Like Sri Sri says and we all… Read more »

Recipes for Rainy Day

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In this rainy sesaon, avoid eating vegetables grown in fresh rainwater or eat as little of them as you can. Use sour lemon freely. Below are few recipies with lemon. Lemon Sevaiya Ingredients                               Amount Wheat Vermiceli                        1 cup Turmeric powder                       1/2 tsp Rock Salt                                   1 tsp Oil                                            1 spoon Mustard seeds                           1/4 tsp Udad dal                                   1… Read more »

Art of Living Recipe: Beetroot halwa

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Ingredients Beetroot                            2 whole Rock Sugar powder            50 gms or as per taste Cow milk’s cream               30 gms Cardamom                           2 pieces Nutmeg                          … Read more »

Ragi ball for health and strength

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Art of Living founder Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ji often talks about how villagers in Karnataka stay healthy and strong by consuming a millet called ragi. In His discourse on Ashtavakra Geetha, episode ‘You are not the Doer‘, he tells us of the strength one gets from eating ragi balls. And some of us… Read more »

RECIPES FOR VASANT SEASON

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The cheerful season of Vasant comes as a relief after the cold winds of Shishir leave the body stiff. Cool mornings and warm afternoons of Vasant open up our limbs ecstatically. But, the fluctuating weather between the end of winter and onset of summer can also affect our bodies. With the change of weather our food and routine should… Read more »

Feb Vegetarian Delights

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The month of Maha is the latter half of Shishir. People have gained considerable energy and strength after celebrating the holy days of Posh. The observance of these festival days have protected people against the biting cold that sucks  and dries up the body constituents, and  helps strengthen the virulence of  both men and women…. Read more »

Banana Mousse

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Ingredients: Banana 1 no. Coconut milk-thick ½ cup Rock Sugar 1 tbsp Cardamom 1 no. Cloves Powder a pinch Cinnamon powder a pinch                 Method: Grind banana, coconut milk and Rock Sugar. Mix Cardamom powder and cinamon powder. Serve banana mousse. More Lip smacking Vegetarian Recipes….

Shahi laddu

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Ingredients: Figs 250 gms Apricot 250 gms Black Dates 250 gms Almonds 100 gms Pista ( unsalted) 100 gms Cucumber seeds 100 gms Sunἀower seeds 100 gms Pumpkin seeds 100 gms Melon seeds 100 gms Walnut 100 gms Chironji 50 gms Nutmeg 3 no.(pieces) Cardamom 25 gms Saffron 2 pinch Method: Finely chop figs, black… Read more »