Here’s the simplest tarte aux pommes or French apple tart, with a dash of spices and butter to make it suitable for winter and vata constitutions….And just because butter makes everything taste so delicious !
Butternut squash soup is the perfect autumn meal. This sweet and cooling recipe is hearty and packed with health benefits.
Ayurveda Masala Chai tea is a healthy alternative for those trying to give up coffee or black tea. This warm and sweet drink enhances digestion, provides energy, relieves anxiety and boosts immunity. Its a perfect autumn and winter drink.
Processed yeast used in most bakery and supermarket breads tends to to make bread rise faster than traditional sourdough process, but causes digestion problems and is heating for the body causing bloating, gas, inflammation in the digestive tract and overall aggravating pitta.
Zucchini are not only in season, but they are cooling vegetables, light and low calories, making them easy to digest and ideal for those who wish to shed those extra kilos in the summer.
These yeast free pancakes are quick to make and make delicious for breakfast with jam, nut butter or maple syrup.
Ayurvedic chutneys not only taste delicious and enhance ayurvedic meal flavours, but they also help stimulate your agni and facilitate digestion.
An easy to digest and grounding ayurvedic recipe suited to vata, pitta and kapha dosha.
BREAKFAST APPLE PEAR ALMOND COMPOTE GOOD FOR VATA – PITTA DOSHA
A nourishing, grounding ayurvedic recipe particularly suited to vata and pitta dosha and autumn/winter season.