These muffins are tender, aromatic, healthy and delicious! They’re great with hot chai tea or coffee, fresh, seasonal fruit, yogurt, nut butters and additional ghee for spreading. The recipe makes 12-15 muffins. If you don’t have buttermilk on hand, blend 1/2 cup yogurt with 1/2 cup water to use as a substitute, or add 1 tbsp lemon juice to a measuring cup. Pour in some milk to equal 1 cup. Let it sit for 5 minutes before adding to the recipe.
This is a classic take on an Indian favorite, made with our precious long-grain, aged basmati rice, aromatic spices, Kashmiri saffron, Indian bay and roasted cashew nuts. It’s delicious with a legume or meat dish, a green vegetable and/or a seasonal green salad.
The easy chickpea curry is perfect when you need a fast, flavorful, nourishing meal. It’s great with a simple green salad or served over rice or quinoa, or stuffed into a baked potato, or spooned into pita-bread halves.
This Ayurveda-inspired soup is simple, nourishing, warming and mighty delicious. We used a medium-large white carrot from a local farm for this soup, but any color carrots you have on hand will do. Feel free to use any herbal, spiced, cultured or original GHEE you choose. This recipe will serve 1-2 people.
Balti Curry adds such good flavors to simple, healthy dishes! For this recipe, we started with a cast iron skillet rubbed with ghee to help sear in the flavors of the sweet broccoli and slightly bitter radicchio. The addition of Malabar ground black pepper adds a mildly peppery flavor that won’t compete with the various flavors of the Balti curry, However, any black pepper you have on hand will do quite nicely.
This delicious dish is easy and nutritious! If you’re in a pinch, substitute 1/4 tsp each dried rosemary, thyme and oregano in place of fresh. For a super treat, toss with nuts and/or dried fruit just before serving.
Print Recipe Shamburak: Kurdish Meat Hand Pie – Great for leftovers! Shambarak can be made with just about anything, and in fact, it is a traditional way to get rid of leftovers. You can swap virtually any part of this dish. Rather than chutney, you could do chimichurri. Instead of sweet potato, you could try…
This heavenly dish begins with either pan-fried or oven-roasted cauliflower. The choice is yours – for a richer flavor, pan fry in ghee. For a lighter effect, oven-roast drizzled with olive oil.