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 »

Potatoes, peas cauliflower curry

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Ingredients: ½ kilo cauliflower, ¼ kilo peas, ¼ kilo potatoes ½ teaspoon each of turmeric, chilli, dhania-jira powders. ½ teaspoon garam masala powder (optional) 3 tbsp cooking oil, fresh finely chopped coriander salt to taste. 2 tbsp grated coconut, 2 green chillies half inch ginger (ground together to a smooth paste) Method: Chop vegetables uniformly…. Read more »

French beans with steamed dal

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Ingredients: 250 gms French beans finely chopped 100 gms channa dal 100 gms tur dal One tspn chillie powder One tspn turmeric powder Half tspn hing powder One tspn mustard seeds 3 tablespoon cooking oil Salt to taste Method: • Boil French beans in salt water till soft. • Wash the dals, pressure cook the… Read more »

If I can make churmuri, so can you!

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One evening this December, we had a rare opportunity of staying home after a long time. My husband eagerly spread out the scrabble board, our favorite pastime, while I pottered around in the kitchen  to make cups of  nice and hot  filter coffee. A big plastic container full of puffed rice sitting demurely on the … Read more »

Walnut (Akhrot ka) Halwa

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Here is a  New Year treat to add a little sweetness to memories, and bring freshness to your body in a more satvic way… Walnut (Akhrot ka) Halwa Ingredients: Walnuts  1 cup Rock Sugar powdered ½ cup Pumpkin seeds  1 tbsp Cardamom  ½ tsp Saffron   a pinch Chopped dates  1 tsp Method: Soak walnuts in a… Read more »

Vegetarian Christmas Cake Recipe

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The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree — the presence of a happy family and  a mouth-watering spread of  a vegetarian Christmas menu. Chocolate Cake Ingredients 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour 1 cup sugar or organic turbinado sugar ½ cup carob chips 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon vanilla essence 1/3 cup… Read more »

Winter Eats : Water chestnut soup

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The month of Magashar is the latter half of Hemant. The cold weather begins with the coming of Kartik and reaches its climax in Magashar. Our internal organs dry up due to the intense cold leading to loss of energy. In order to compensate for this loss Ayurveda recommends fatty and sweet foods. Whenever there… Read more »

Art of Living Eats: Drumstick Bhatha

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Ingredients Drumstick 10 whole Cow’s ghee 1 tsp Cumin seeds 1/4 tsp Black pepper powder 1/4 tsp Lemon juice 1/4 tsp Fresh coriander leaves Rock Salt as per taste Method Wash and cut drumstick in to pieces.  Steam it for 10 – 15 minutes, then with a spoon remove drumstick’s pulp. Heat 1 tsp cow’s ghee in a pan add Cumin seeds,… Read more »

Winter Eats: Wheat Ojasvita cake

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The month of Magashar is the latter half of Hemant. The cold weather begins with the coming of Kartik and reaches its climax in Magashar. Our internal organs dry up due to the intense cold leading to loss of energy. In order to compensate for this loss Ayurveda recommends fatty and sweet foods. Whenever there… Read more »

Winter Eats: Spinach Multani

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The month of Magashar is the latter half of Hemant. The cold weather begins with the coming of Kartik and reaches its climax in Magashar. Our internal organs dry up due to the intense cold leading to loss of energy. In order to compensate for this loss Ayurveda recommends fatty and sweet foods. Whenever there… Read more »