Latte d’Oro


Cos’è il latte d’oro? Se vi è capitato di provarlo, sapete bene perchè al suo nome viene aggiunto l’appellativo “d’oro”. Questa bevanda calda dal colore brillante è infatti una preparazione a base di curcuma, che le dona il suo classico tono giallo. Il latte alla curcuma è una classica preparazione Ayurvedica ed è veramente facile da fare – una ricetta più tradizionale di … Continue reading Latte d’Oro

Golden Milk


(read in Italian) What is golden milk? If you have ever tried it, you know well why it’s called “golden”. This brightly colored warm drink is indeed based on turmeric, that gives it the typical yellow finish. It’s a classic Ayurvedic preparation and really easy to make – a more traditional recipe uses both almond … Continue reading Golden Milk

Kitchari


(recipe in Italian HERE 🇮🇹️ – fa parte della mia collaborazione sull’alimentazione consapevole con Gaia di The Green Pantry) Who knows Kitchari? Or it’s even better to ask… who else loves it? Because this is what happens when you try it for the first time, you suddenly fall in love with this nourishing and simple preparation. Kitchari is a classic … Continue reading Kitchari

Lentil and Carrots Dahl


Another lovely idea for #meatlessmonday: a lentil soup inspired by the traditional Indian cuisine, nourishing and rich in flavour! Chiara x Lentil and Carrots Dahl (serves 4) 200 g red split lentils 3 medium-sized carrots 1 large shallot (or 2 small) 4-5 sundried tomatoes 1 tsp freshly grated ginger (or 1/3 tsp ginger powder) 1 … Continue reading Lentil and Carrots Dahl

Ghee


Have you ever read about liquid gold? It’s one of the common ways used to talk about ghee, one of the cornerstones of Ayurveda (Indian traditional medicine). The use of ghee for cooking, Ayurvedic treatments, or as part of ceremonies is well-established in the Indian culture (but also in other countries). The Sushruta Samhita, a … Continue reading Ghee