Dal Palak Ka Shorba is thinner in consistency than soup and a great way to start your meal. A warm and comforting dish with the goodness of lentils, spinach, ginger-garlic and mild spices. Season with fresh cream and a generous squeeze of lime. (more…)
When it comes to sitting down for a meal, there is no greater feeling of satisfaction then being rewarded with delightful flavours. This is the reason why culinary masters go all out when it comes to perfecting the flavour in their dish, which could result from anything – from adding spices to herbs and more.
In Ayurvedic cooking, taste or rasa plays a very important role. And no, it doesn’t just have to do with making a dish delicious, but also delving deep into how all the ingredients put together can benefit your body and its well-being. Each ingredient has unique properties and it finds ways to make the most out of those benefits.
Herbs, the flavour boosters, have long held a prized spot in the kitchens. They still continue to be the magic ingredient used by many cooks to transform an ordinary dish into a memorable treat. They just never fail to impress. You can use them in a number of ways – as sprigs, chopped and mixed with other ingredients, or made into a paste and then used in marinades, curries, etc.
We bring you a round-up of 5 Ayurvedic herbs that are known for their signature flavour and health benefiting properties, and how you can use them in the kitchen (more…)