Recipes from AmitaAyurveda

Chora – Spiced black-eyed peas

This dish is a perfect example of the simplicity and complexity of Indian Gujarati food. Although the ingredients list contains several spices, this dish really has very few ingredients: black-eyed peas, water, spices, jaggery, lemon juice, and fresh coriander (cilantro). It’s simultaneously earthy, sweet, and

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kicharee dish

Kicharee

In Ayurveda, the combination of rice and mung beans is one of the most nourishing, anti-inflammatory foods you can eat. Mung beans also have a lot of fiber that works to remove toxins from the body. They are good for healing the gut, hitting the reset button when you’re feeling unwell, or rejuvenating the body before purvakarma and panchakarma cleanses.

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Chora – Spiced black-eyed peas

This dish is a perfect example of the simplicity and complexity of Indian Gujarati food. Although the ingredients list contains several spices, this dish really has very few ingredients: black-eyed peas, water, spices, jaggery, lemon juice, and fresh coriander (cilantro). It’s simultaneously earthy, sweet, and

Read More »
kicharee dish

Kicharee

In Ayurveda, the combination of rice and mung beans is one of the most nourishing, anti-inflammatory foods you can eat. Mung beans also have a lot of fiber that works to remove toxins from the body. They are good for healing the gut, hitting the reset button when you’re feeling unwell, or rejuvenating the body before purvakarma and panchakarma cleanses.

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