Roasted sweet potatoes with cinnamon make delicious breakfast, snack or side dish. Sweet potatoes are grounding, sweet, cooling and nourishing. A perfect dish to balance vata and pitta constitutions and imbalances.
Why are greens always ordered last ? In Ayurveda, bitter and astringent tastes are an essential addition to every meal.
This unctuous Fava (yellow split pea puree) recipe has been adapted from a traditional greek recipe to suit vata and pitta constitutions alike. It is a great alternative to hummus.
In Ayurveda, beetroots are known to cleanse the blood, naturally laxative and once cooked are a cooling addition to our diet.
Ideal in autumn & winter or spring’s cooler days this nourishing oat porridge will balance vata-pitta predominant consitution and provide strength and nourishment to all (dhatus) tissues.
This cosy millet breakfast porridge is sweet and nourishing. A perfect start for a cool autumn or winter day.
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 !
Healthy ketchup? Yes, that’s right. We now have a solution for health conscious mothers, who want to know what goes into their children’s mouth. Dr Deepika Rodrigo (B.A.M.S), Principle physician and Director of the Ayurvedic Clinic kindly shared with us her healthier Ayurvedic variation of children’s favourite sauce. Ready in a few minutes, this healthy ketchup […]