Eating

cauliflower curry

“Approach love and cooking with reckless abandon”

– The Dalai Lama

 

Breakfasts

Simple Applesauce

Mango and Blueberry Stew

Ginger-Carrot Juice

Warm Morning Drink

Mains

Kicharee, Food of the Gods

Vegetable Kasha

Kale Pesto

Coconut Rice

Pomegranate-Walnut Stew

Vegetable Curry for any Dosha

South Indian Cauliflower Curry

Vegetables

Coconut Fennel Roasted Eggplant

Spring Steamed Ayurvedic Greens

Dandelion Flower Buds in Ghee and Lemon

Baked Fennel

Cauliflower in Tahini Sauce

South Indian Pineapple Curry

Soups

Beet and Celery Soup 

Detoxifying Soup for Vata

Nettle Soup

Root Stew

Corn and Summer Squash Chowder

Salads

Japanese Miso-Ginger Salad Dressing

Coriander Beet Salad

Six-Taste Salad

Green Sprouts and Portobello Salad

Vegan Caesar Salad

Refreshing Coriander Salad Dressing

Chutneys

Brilliant Mango Chutney

Drinks

Cooling Aloe Rose Drink for Pitta

Shatavari Milk for Reproductive Health

Nourishing Almond & Nutmeg Drink

 

Desserts

Almond Cookies

Banana Cream Pie (Vegan)

Bomba Macaroons

Blueberry Cacao Snack

Chili and Cacao Truffles

Masala Chai Chia Pudding

Quinoa Chocolate Cake with Coconut Milk Ganache

Sesame Sweeties

Tapioca Pudding

Raw Coconut Nutella

One thought on “Eating

  1. I see that you are still running with the wolves; blessed are those who remain tethered not anchored. I am going to try some of your recipes. Uncle D and I drink an Ayurvedic tea every day: 1/2tsp ea. of cumin, fennel & coriander seeds. We like it, although it looks like a urine sample. Kisses, Aunt C

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