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.
This simple salad makes a wonderful, refreshing lunch or a light dinner. Try it over a bed of leafy greens or with some crusty hot sourdough bread spread with ghee.
This delicious curry is simple and nourishing. Feel free to experiment with additional, seasonal vegetables. We love the ghee, cilantro and lemon wedges for garnish, but don’t hesitate to add some sliced avocado if you have it on hand.
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.
These pancakes are made with 100% organic spelt flour. The recipe serves one person but can easily to doubled, tripled, etc. We used organic, wild frozen, blueberries that were thawed, but you can use them straight from the freezer. As a garnish, we’ve added frozen, thawed organic sweet, pitted cherries along with a spreading of sesame tahini and some maple syrup. To make your own tahini, check out our recipe at https://blog.pureindianfoods.com/recipe/homemade-sesame-tahini/
These easy-to-make little treats are perfect to serve at holidays, parties, picnics and for company. We recommend good quality mayonnaise and either ground Kashmiri red pepper or cayenne to “devil” them up. If desired, replace pimentos with freshly-slivered red bell pepper slices.
This is an ideal fall and winter side dish. It’s easy and nutritious, not to mention delicious! In a pinch, substitute 1/4 tsp each dried rosemary, thyme and oregano in place of fresh. For a super treat, toss with roasted pecans or hazelnuts and dried cranberries just before serving.
These little chocolate treats are so easy to make and they have much less sugar than what you might purchase in the store. Try them with a piece of fruit and a cup of hot tea.
This is a simple, flavorful recipe for roast chicken – an age-old comfort food. Feel free to play around with the amount of saffron, curry, ghee and seasonings you use. If you like it hot, a dash of cayenne added to the mix will do nicely. The pan juices make wonderful gravy and the chicken carcass makes delicious bone broth!