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Ah! Brinjal Coconut Curry and I go a long way back. I remember stuffing my face with this curry, wrapped in warm fluffy chappatis, growing up.
Generally the Brinjal Coconut Curry, much like other side-dishes would be super oily. The Brinjal would typically be fried in oil and dunked in an equally oily gravy.
Learning about the powerful corelation between refined food and lifestyle diseases led us to upgrade our lives to a Whole Food Plant Based lifestyle. We missed our favourite curries and gravys, but only until we figured out how to make them with healing ingredients! We also learnt additional methods of cooking that best preserve and enhance nutrition.
Follow this recipe and make some super yummy Brinjal Coconut Curry full of healing ingredients AND super yummy! It goes well with unpolished rice, millet, or millet rotis, so pick your favourite cereal and tell us how you like it.
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Woah! Raw Vegan Tender Coconut Raitha? Yes! It sure is a mouthful, one that is absolutely yummy! It’s a delicious, dairy free yogurt based raitha. This creamy, melt-in-the mouth raitha is not only tasty but healthier as well. This is a raw recipe which requires no fermentation. So you can have a instant yogurt and instant raitha.
What’s wrong with Cow milk or yogurt? Well, it is not suitable for humans as it is loaded with proteins which is required for a calf to grow in full size in short time. Dairy cows are impregnated with hormonal injections and are kept in unhygienic conditions which is resulting in dairy cow milk being filled with hormones, pus, blood which is creating havoc in our health! Even milk from cows that are raised on a farm and fed organic fodder/grass fed is linked to chronic lifestyle diseases.
It is creamy, dense and rich because of which it is often the crowd favourite. You can use to make a myriad of healing dishes including this Raw Vegan Tender Coconut Raitha.
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I used to love curds. I could do without any dairy product – except for curds. When I found out how deadly curd is for cows and for us, I figured, I’d be better off without it.
Over time, my craving for curds also reduced, though there were still days when I dreamt of that bowl of white yumminess. That is, until I found this recipe.
Can you imagine making curds in less than 5 minutes?
Imagine this, a lazy Sunday evening, book in hand and a plate with crispy, hot-from-the-tava ragi dosa with a dollop of Fresh Mint Chutney! Often, this aromatic, lemony chutney is an all-time favourite side dish. In our case, it’s also sometimes the main dish! We use only the best ingredients in this recipe just like all our others. Ones that will heal and keep you in the best of health.
Mint is one of the most diversely used herbs. In Indian cuisine alone, there are at least ten dishes that absolutely can’t do without Mint and we aren’t complaining. One of them is, of course, Fresh Mint Chutney. The fresh hit of mint and lemon under the silky warm tones of coconut blends rather perfectly to make this simple chutney a mouth-watering treat. It completes almost any dish, most of all, some piping hot Ragi Dosa and some aromatic Pulav.
A single recipe does not do justice to this versatile chutney. As a result, we urge you to explore. With a little more of that and a little less of this, the Fresh Mint Chutney takes on new avatars. What’s more? You can even introduce an extra ingredient or two to suit your mood. We present to you the backbone of how to make Fresh Mint Chutney. You can a little unconventional and in addition, add a clove of garlic or two if you enjoy its flavour!
Feast of food, that in every sense, loves you back!