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Experiment with crunchy snacks in sweet & savory sauces. Called Dahi Papdi Chaat in India, this recipe often includes tamarind or mint chutney, cumin, chopped raw onions, or cilantro. It may also include exotic 'black salt' which has a deeper, more...
Apricots are sweet and sour, tempering the pungency of the other ingredients. Sourness helps keep the digestive tract moistened. This recipe was chosen as a tasty option for salad dressing. Curry and dill are optional - replace with your favorite...
Raita's are a simple & striking yogurt condiments from India. There are nearly infinite variations of this versatile sauce, dip, salad and side dish rolled into one. This is yogurt as its best. Raitas are creamy & delicious, often taking less than five...
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Fresh ginger is tridoshic. It burns toxins from the body, stimulates circulation, and is a mild anti-inflammatory and analgesic. Miso is fermented, meaning that it can slightly aggravate Pitta. If using for this recipe, all lemon or vinegar based...
Ayurveda's version of a backyard barbecue favorite, the minty green yogurt sauce helps beat the summer heat!
We love salsa but tomatoes are hard to digest. This recipe is our favorite base for 'tomato-less' salsas. Create your own variation by adding green chilies, chipotle, honey, cumin or other flavors. The sharp, raw onions become soft and refreshing when...
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