Ghee - the best of cooking oils, as it is assimilated to deeper tissues. To prepare ghee heat unsalted butter until the milk solids separate and sink to the bottom of the pot. When the solids begin to brown take the pot off the heat and let cool before pouring the ghee into a glass jar.
Vegetable Kitchari. This is an easy one pot meal that can be made with any vegetable and any grain that you choose. One choice may be basmati rice, squash, and beans. You could also use quinoa, peas, and carrots or pasta, broccoli and tomatoes or any mixture that you want. In a pot heat ghee (1 to 2 teaspoons per person). Add vegetables and spices and stir. Then add grain and mix. Add enough water to cook the grains – generally twice as much water as the grain. Millet and buckwheat need much more water, couscous less.
Breakfast grains. Heat ghee in a pot and add cut pecans, bananas, and raisins. Then add oat bran and stir. Add enough water to cook the grain, add raw sugar and cinnamon. Another breakfast dish would be oats, nuts, and apples cooked in the same manner. Orcouscous with cashews and raisins.
Digestive Tea and Ayurvedic Chai. To make a tea that may be enjoyed by all doshas and stimulates digestion add finely sliced ginger, a cinnamon stick, licorice stick, and cardamom to a pot of boiling water and steep for 20 minutes on low heat. Drink throughout the day between meals. Chai with the following Ayurvedic touch makes a good morning drink. Place a spoonful of Cafix or Pero in a mug and fill with boiling water. Add a pinch of masala tea mixture or make your own with ginger powder, cloves, cinnamon, and pepper. Add milk and sugar and enjoy a healthy uncaffeinated chai.
Workshops for Ayurvedic cooking will be arranged At dhanwantri ayurveda. The day focuses on the methods of preparing ghee, Ayurvedic curries according to the season, and a grain kitchari. For More details Mail us
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