This simple, nourishing recipe is a different take on an old classic. We made it in our pressure cooker, however you can easily make it on a stove top. Despite the name, buckwheat is not related to wheat. It’s a gluten-free starchy seed that is used like a grain. According to Ayurveda, buckwheat can be enjoyed by each dosha, however, its light, nourishing qualities make it especially good for kapha dosha. This recipe serves 2 people. Be sure to add any additions desired, and remember – kitchari is supposed to be porridge-like in consistency, however you can add less water if you would like it to be thicker.
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.
Popcorn is America’s favorite snack and it takes only minutes to make. Making popcorn in the microwave is easy but may not good for you. Since ghee has a high smoke point (~485 °F), it is perfect for making popcorn. You get all the buttery taste without any burnt flavor. It is important to use organic corn kernels, as the conventional corn may be genetically modified (GMO). Here is a simple recipe to make popcorn on the stove.
This wonderful recipe is a lot simpler than you might think. The combination of white wine, garlic-ghee, Kashmiri Saffron and Pecorino Romano will have you coming back to it quite often. The cheese is salty – adding additional salt is optional.
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.
These easy-to-make Ladoos are fun and delicious when made with Alphonso Mango Puree. If you want to keep them non-dairy, simply substitute organic virgin coconut oil in place of ghee and use canned organic condensed coconut milk in place of regular condensed milk.
Our Mango Lassi is deliciously simple and healthy – made with quality ingredients and no refined sugar. Raw honey, organic vanilla, saffron and cardamom add to the elegance of this traditional Indian favorite. Double, triple or quadruple the recipe, as desired.
Enjoy this cool, refreshing Mango Yogurt for breakfast, snack or dessert. It’s equally delicious with non-dairy coconut, almond or cashew-nut milk yogurt.