If you are on an Ayurveda diet, it is essential to have a collection of healthy Ayurveda recipes. With this set of recipes on hand, you can easily stick to your diet. That way, by carefully planning your menu, there are fewer chances of you cheating on your diet.
Of course, variety is important as well. This is why you need to have sufficient recipes for different meals and enjoy what you eat. With Ayurveda foods to enliven your body, planning for recipes can make the diet enjoyable.
Read on for some of the most popular and tastiest Ayurveda recipes you can try today.
Kitchari is one of the most useful recipes to follow. It’s something that you can eat for every meal and experience a lot of health benefits, especially when it comes to your digestive system. Pronounced kitch-a-ree, it is a staple comfort food of India.
Here are the ingredients:
- One third cup of mung dal (split)
- Two third cup of rice (Basmati rice is preferred)
- Three cups of water
- Half a teaspoon of the following organic spices:
- Roasted cumin
- Vegetables that are in season like the following:
- Shitake mushrooms
Here’s how to put this recipe together:
- Simmer the rice and mung dal together in the water.
- Add the spices. You can adjust the amount according to your preference.
- Add the vegetables.
- Do NOT stir once all ingredients are added. Simmer covered until cooked in very low heat.
Soup recipe to combat water retention
Water retention is a problem of a lot of people and this is one of the best Ayurveda recipes for solving water retention. Here are the ingredients:
- 50 grams of barley
- 200 grams of asparagus
- Fresh coriander
- A teaspoon of fennel seeds
Simmer all ingredients in a pot for an hour. Don’t add salt since you want to solve water retention. This is also one of the best Ayurveda recipes when it comes to combating accumulation of fluids. It can also help people who are having difficulty urinating.
Rice pudding recipe
Here are the ingredients for this very filling dish:
- 100 grams of pudding rice
- One liter of cow’s milk
- Three tablespoons of almond powder
- About 7 strands of saffron
- 5 pods of cardamom
- Rose Jam
Boil and then simmer the rice with milk in a pan. Do this for about an hour. While waiting, soak the saffron strands in one tablespoon of milk for about 10 minutes. Once the hour is up, add almond powder and then the soaked saffron. Add the Rose Jam and cardamom last.
You can serve the rice with honey.
Try these recipes now
These are simple and tasty recipes that just about anyone can do. Experience the benefits of the Ayurveda diet by trying these recipes today!