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Spinach With Lentils - A Great Way To Add Greens To Your Lentils

Based on the principles of Ayurveda, this is a delicious healthy recipe that you can have throughout the year. With few carbs and no fat, lentils are a great source of lean protein. Add vegetables to lentils is common, and adding green leafy vegetables provides a contrasting color to the yellow color of the lentils.

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Asparagus - A Delightful Spring Vegetable And Many Ways To Cook It

Season: SPRING. Asparagus is usually found in grocery stores in March/April. It is a perfect spring vegetable that you can enjoy in many different ways. According to Ayurveda, asparagus is astringent, sweet, and cooling. It is also tridoshic. You can find white, purple, and green asparagus.

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Cauliflower and Potato Curry Soup

When you crave a nice spicy warm soup and do not want to go through the hassle of making curry, my Cauliflower and Potato Curry Soup does the trick! This is one of my special recipes, it is an Indianish recipe and is vegan. Cauliflower and Potato curry is quite common in India. In Hindu temples, when they serve food, you will find a thin curry to be had with roti bread that is made with these vegetables. You can use as little or as much water you want to make this soup style or a thicker drier curry. Based on your preference, you can switch the vegetables, if you want to make it sweeter, try substituting cauliflower with carrots...

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Clear Tomato Soup

Traditional south Indian soup 'Rasam' is made with lentil stock and tomatoes. This is a simple soup and can be enjoyed during cold winter nights. Special warming ingredients such as curry leaves, black pepper, turmeric, and ginger help with digestion and provide natural warmth to our bodies. If you cannot find curry leaves (only to be found at the Indian store), then squeeze a tablespoon of lemon, and that should do the trick. Curry leaves are quintessential to south India, and every family grows their own curry leaf plant. Back home, my mom has a huge curry leaf plant, it is almost a tree, and just rubbing your fingers on the leaves oozes essential oils from these delicious curry leaves....

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