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.
Boiled greens are a healthy & cooling side dish that help balance any meal. They support body detoxification by clearing the liver, help reduce inflammation through their cooling nature. A particular great dish for pitta and kapha constitution.
This weight loss breakfast recipe is satisfying and will help prevent snacking during the day.
Baked fruits are a quick and healthy breakfast or snack option for all Ayurvedic constitutions.Vata may appreciate baked fruits with melted ghee, high Pitta constitutions may slightly reduce the amount of cinnamon and choose sweeter fruit types, whilst Kapha constitutions may choose sour fruits such as pineapple.
During a trip to Kerala last autumn, our host Dr.C.V.Priyatha Dev, shared with us this easy and healthy vegetable recipe. Lightly spiced with turmeric, this Ayurvedic vegetable recipe makes a perfect side dish for chicken, fish, dhal, pasta and rice.
An alternative vegetable curry recipe suitable for all constitutions. Light to digest, rich in flavours and balancing qualities, this Ayurvedic vegetable curry recipe is perfect served with plain basmati rice or roti and protein such as lentils, tofu, fish or chicken!
With only a few ingredients, this Ayurvedic Dahl Recipe recipe, is super easy to make and budget-friendly. It was adapted from a adapted from a Vasant Lad (BAM&S, MASc, Ayurvedic Physician) recipe. Light and easily digestible, it suitable for all three doshas (Ayurvedic constitutions).
An authentic Ayurvedic curry recipe shared by Dr Deepika Rodrigo (B.A.M.S), Principle physician and Director of the Ayurvedic Clinic. Rich in flavours, balancing for all three doshas, and easy to make, this Ayurvedic curry recipe is the perfect healthy addition to your cooking book!
What is your doshas (unique body-mind constitution)? Have you got more air, space, water, earth or fire element present in your body? How do the five elements impact your health and proneness to specific disease? And why is it essential to know your doshas (unique constitution)?