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If you like the ordinary potato French fries you will love these sweet potato herb fries. They are roasted rather than deep-fried, which brings out the flavour of the herbs and roasted in Ghee, offering another classic Ayurveda addition.
Sweet potatoes are full of goodness. Sweet potatoes have a lot of nutrients, Ayurveda loves to use them. They are good for you body, such as vitamin B6, potassium, and iron which your body needs to help you grow strong. Sweet potatoes are a good source of dietary fiber which helps to promote a healthy digestive tract. Sweet potatoes have a lot of fiber! More than oatmeal!
This Easy Bulgur Tabbouleh is full of fresh herbs you can add lots of different veggies. It's a quick easy meal. Bulgur wheat is a nourishing and lovely grain to make into a variety of dishes, for example, a delicious breakfast porridge can be found here. This is a great recipe to calm Vata dosha.
Mosty whole grains and millets are highly nutritious and offer many potential health benefits to the body Millets are particularly high in minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and fiber which are essential for good health especially the heart.
Ayurveda informs us that less is more and this dish is another example of eating the simplest of foods. Broccoli is considered a superfood because of all its antioxidant properties. This dish is not ideal for Vata types, but once in a while and by adding more oil, it will be more acceptable.
A purifying simple soup that is full of nutritious ingredients to help cleanse the liver, Ayurveda uses all types of cabbages in the cooking, its a good way to help reduce weight and add to a purifying programme. Light and simple.
The staple of a nutritious Ayurveda diet, everyone is becoming aware of the value to body, mind, and spirit when we add more veggies to our meals.
Ayurveda dishes are based on simple, easy, nutritious ingredients, all with a herb or spicy accent. Spicy food raises your body temperature, you can warm up with these healthy and easy to prepare spicy veggie recipes
Simple filled Ayurveda Chapatis can be a boon when you need something quick, tasy and easy to make, especially when you have a selection of veggies and salads and people can make their own favourite fillings.
A deliciously quick recipe that most people will enjoy, it's slightly off the Ayurveda track, but take care of your doshas and adapt to your constitution.
These are so delicious you can eat them as they are, but they can be eaten with sweet or savory dishes and work really well with dhals, curries, and veggie dishes. They are best when eaten fresh after cooking and very moreish.
This is a simple, delicious and a great purifying dish as it's easy to digest and it brings a sattvic, comforting quality to the body. Its really easy to make and you can add other ingredients if you like.
Pitta, Quinoa, Feta and Avocado Salad. I have also added info for the other doshas, so don't be put off by the 'Pitta' title. Read through and adapt it for yourself.
Pitta Dosha Dinner - Potato & Celery Subji . Subji, which can also be considered a side dish, to eat with tofu, tempeh, or paneer, is a really versatile addition to your meal choices. You can experiment with trying different subji to create some delicious changes.
Easy Ginger Granola. Kapha should keep the bowl as dry as possible with no yogurt added. Serve with non-dairy milk and a spoon of nondairy yogurt. You can add some dried fruits if you like, mix in after it has been cooked and cooled.
Vata & Pitta Breakfast - Avocado and Cucumber Sandwiches. This is one of my favourite easy dishes, although I like to add tomatoes into the mix, this is not recommended for Pitta, although very sweet cherry tomatoes are more acceptable on a very occasional basis!
This is a yummy rice bowl and I have made it as best I can so that all doshas can eat it, but sometimes rather than avoid compromising the taste mix we have it only on the odd occasion, but it's very delicious.
The word masala simply means a combination of ground spices. According to Ayurveda the Kapha Dosha is a combination of the elements Earth and Water and governs the structure of the body, stabilises it and protects it. It has the quality of being heavy, slow, stuck, stubborn.
The word masala simply means a combination of ground spices. According to Ayurveda the Pitta Dosha is a combination of the elements Fire and Water and controls digestion, metabolism and energy production. It has the quality of being hot, sharp, liquid and oily.
Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a 7,000-year-old plant that originated in the mountainous regions of South America. While it is commonly known as an “ancient grain,” quinoa is technically not a grain or cereal grain, but a seed, and does not contain gluten.
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