Based on the principles of Ayurveda, we have prepared a lentil soup recipe for winter. This seasonal soup is made with pumpkin and ginger. The lentils used in this recipe are red lentils, which are naturally warm. The warmth of the ingredients, including warm spices, provides us with natural immunity and strength for the upcoming cold season.
This is an Ethiopian-inspired chickpea stew for the fall/winter season. It does take some planning, but I have seen that soaking raw red kidney beans and cooking them over three hours results in a better stew than using canned beans. I am offering a substitute for the Berbere spice, which is a quintessential spice in this recipe. You can find this spice at your local Ethiopian store or on Spice and Tea Exchange.
You can make stuffed bell peppers throughout the year. I have seen many recipes that prepare this dish using meat. However, I am showing you how to make this recipe with potatoes. This recipe is from my mom. She made this for us every once in a while.
Asparagus is a seasonal vegetable. You will find it in its best form in the months of February and March. Make sure you take full advantage of this beautiful seasonal vegetable that mother nature has to offer. Today, we will make Asparagus based on the principles of Ayurveda. I hope you enjoy this recipe.
Pulao comes from the word Pulaka in Sanskrit, and it means flavored rice. Pilaf is a derivative of the word Pulao. Lemon chunks in a pilaf? Who knew! Today we take a turn from our sweets and look into how to eat a healthier side dish: Pilaf! A great way to bring some zest (pun intended) into your plain white rice (and life). Serves 2 Ingredients 3/4 cup good quality white basmati rice 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1 Tablespoon olive oil 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds 1/2 teaspoon black peppercorns 1 medium red onion, minced 1/2 cup frozen green peas 1/2 lemon, diced, along with zest and rind 1 Tablespoon lemon juice 1/4 cup chopped parsleyInstructions In a medium saucepan over...