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.
Enjoy this salad all year long by going with the seasons. For example, in summer, consider using peaches and sunflower seeds in place of pears and walnuts which are better suited for fall and winter. This should yield 4 servings.
These little meat muffins make a great snack or meal if you’re watching your carbs. Kick Ketchup can be mixed in equal proportions with regular organic ketchup or tomato paste to reduce spiciness. We used dark turkey, however, if using breast meat, adding 1/2 Tbsp olive or almond oil to the recipe makes for a juicier result. For standard muffin tins, the yield is roughly 10-12 depending on optional ingredients added. These freeze well.
This frozen treat is a delightful way to enjoy moringa powder! We’ve chosen raw honey to sweeten, however, you can use an alternative such as cane sugar or maple syrup if desired. Add additional ingredients to your heart’s content!
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.
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.