Print Recipe Berry cake Votes: 1 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Passive Time 1 hr 15 minutes Servings 12 pieces MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 225 g gluten free flour or spelt flour80 g raw cane sugar250 ml sparkling water4 tsp baking powder35 g ghee1/2 tsp vanilla-+400 g blueberries you can use all sort of berries, […]
Dhokla is something like a kind of steemed cake made out of dhal.
Normally it is made out of channa dal and yoghurt, and it is fermented for some hours.
My creation is made out of moong, without yoghurt and non-fermented. It doesn´t get as fluffy as the original, but they turned out quite well – also according to the feedback I got.
Just try and judge for yourself.
It is a savory side dish.
This is a perfect dish for breakfast -energizing and detoxifying
Place the chickpeas in a bowl of cold water for about 12 hours. Drain them and place them in a pan with plenty of lightly salted hot water, a bunch of aromatic herbs (f.e. sage and rosmarin) .. When cooked, drain them, keeping the cooking water..Grate the onion, finely chopped, into a saucepan with ghee ( the original recipe is with oliveoil) , combine chickpeas and let it flavor for five minutes.Add two cups of boiling water, bring to a boil, pour 1 cup of rice (you can use basmati ), 1/2 teaspoon saffron ( but you can use also curcuma) mix well with the wooden spoon and raise the boil again.Lower the flame, add the salt and abit of ground black pepper, Put the cup on the saucepan and cook for another ten minutes. Then serve with a bit of extra virgin olive oil and ground black pepper.
Print Recipe Steamy Butternut with Avocado Oil A refreshing avocado infused steamed butternut side dish. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 2 cups peeled and diced butternut4 cups rapidly boiling water2 teaspoons Himalayan salt to taste1½ tablespoons ghee2 – 3 elachie pods¼ teaspoon coriander/ dhania powder¼ teaspoon garam masala¼ […]
A simple dish of Indian long grain basmati rice with a twist of bean and lentil sprouts. Sprouted beans and lentils have a good protein content and may be more nutritious than mature beans and lentils because the nutrient content of seeds are believed to increase as they sprout. Hence the incorporation of bean and lentil sprouts into one’s diet can boost vitamin and mineral intake.
2017 © Dr Naram Ancient Secrets. All Rights Reserved