We call this “double curry” because we use both DIY Balti Curry and Madras Curry (or Keto-In-A-Hurry) simmering sauce. This is a simple, delicious, nourishing meal that pairs perfectly with freshly cooked basmati rice, quinoa, or warm roti/chaptati or naan bread, or any favorite crusty sourdough or whole grain bread.
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 simple, wonderful tea that can be made with your choice of milk, however, the richer the milk (or nut milk) the creamier and more delicious the tea. If you enjoy dairy products, try this recipe with 6 Tbsp whole milk and 2 Tbsp cream in place of half cup (8 Tbsp) milk. The tea is wonderful hot, but can also be enjoyed cold on a hot summer day.
This is an incredibly easy recipe that boasts such great flavor you’ll be making it a lot! The chicken is seared in a cast iron skillet in hot ghee to brown on both sides, then transferred to the oven to continue cooking. We used whole chicken legs (thigh with drumstick) but you can use the breast with skin, if desired, although the roasting time will likely be a bit longer. You can easily make as much chicken as your skillet can hold.
Our friend Dave is such a creative cook! When he told us about his luscious stuffed peppers, we had to get his recipe! Although he used ground lamb, he assured us this dish is equally delicious made with ground pork, beef, chicken or turkey, and for a vegetarian option, mashed, seasoned tofu, lentils or any favorite legume
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.
Beautiful green Moringa Powder gives a nutritious boost to these fun, no-sugar-added treats. Enjoy as a snack with a cup of tea, or after a meal.
These pears are quick and easy to prepare, and kids love them! Ideas for serving include:
* Add a dollop to yogurt or ice cream
* Top with nuts and raisins or a splash of cream
* Enjoy with a wedge of dark chocolate
* Once cooled, chop and use as you would jams or jellies (on toast, pancakes, waffles,
quick breads, muffins and scones
Be sure to use firm pears – no need to peel if organic. Can be served warm, room temperature or cold.
Our organic Aged Basmati Rice is phenomenal! It so good and so incredibly versatile in recipes, including for breakfast. This hot cereal is a combination of aged basmati rice and old fashioned rolled oats, soaked overnight and cooked to a creamy texture the next morning. It makes for a warm, satisfying start to your day. This recipe makes one serving.