Indian Recipes Archive

Ayurvedic Vata Tea (for Bloating, Constipation, Indigestion…)

This tea tastes refreshingly wonderful and balances the air element in our body. Made with few organic Ayurvedic spices  – a caffeine-free tea to balance the vata dosha. Functions of Samana and Apana Vata The organic Ayurvedic spices in this tea especially balance the samana and apana vata (these are the two of the five vata types). ...Read More

A Thoughtful Valentine Day Gift

The special day – Feb 14th to celebrate the  in your life! The fragrance of love floats in the air with flowers, candy, and red hearts everywhere you go… I never really got into celebrating this day…may be it’s the commercial aspect of it that never attracted me nor my husband into it but ...Read More

Summer Vedic Lemonade and Free Ebook

Hello there! Here is my favorite summer beverage that I am excited to share with you all – lemonade made Ayurvedic style! This recipe was featured in CureJoy’s summer video series. Made with only 5 wholesome healthy ingredients!! Here is the added bonus link to my first FREE Ayurvedic Vegan Ebook. This recipe was developed ...Read More

Mother’s Day Rose Smoothie

Motherhood – all love begins and ends there… warm, loving and supportive made up my mother. Happy Mother’s Day!  I was curious to know how Mother’s Day came about and doing some research on Google, I came to know it rather has a little dark history behind it. The US version of Mother’s ...Read More

Black Chana Vedic Curry

During the summertime, I need to be very conscious of what I eat in order to keep my pitta in balance. Extreme dry heat of Arizona takes no time for my body to get dehydrated, and this is the time to revamp my eating pattern. Getting to know Ayurveda and following it’s ...Read More

9 Healing Wonders of Ayurvedic Garam Masala

You cannot imagine any Indian cooking without the “quintessential” Garam Masala! The secret to the popularity of Indian curries lies in the blend of spices that imparts the unforgettable zing to your tastebuds. According to Ayurveda it’s this garam masala that brings all the six rasas (tastes) into a dish to formulate ...Read More

Kitchari – The Nutritious Ayurvedic Detox Dish

Kitchari has been Ayurveda’s age-old signature detox dish! The word “kitchari” (pronounced kitch-a-ree) in India means mixture of two or more grains. Easy to make and healthy to eat. Traditional Kitchari is made by mixing white basmati rice and split yellow mung dal. This dish takes a western twist with protein-rich quinoa ...Read More

Quinoa Yogi Pilaf

This is a power packed lunch for a hard-core yogi!! Easy to make, filling to the tummy, and blissful to the soul. The right combination of food is key after an intense yoga workout to help build, fuel, and repair every cell in our body. Ayurveda, tells us that what we eat is ...Read More

Ayurvedic Detox Kitchari (Kitchari Kit Giveaway!!)

Kitchari has been Ayurveda’s age old signature detox dish! The word “kitchari” (pronounced kitch-a-ree) in India means mixture of two or more grains.Traditonal Kitchari is made by mixing white basmati rice and split yellow mung dal. In recent years, this dish has gotten huge popularity in US and other western countries. The ...Read More

Ayurvedic Sauerkraut (Homemade Pickled Cucumber)

Yes, you heard it right – Sauerkraut Ayurvedic style!  Cabbage has been the popular choice for making sauerkraut for many, many years in the West. In the East it’s popularly known as pickles where the food is left to ferment naturally in an acidic medium. Homemade pickled cucumber (you can use any ...Read More