This Mediterranean recipe is easy to prepare and a great source of Plant-Based Protein.
Chawli is often referred to as “poor man’s meat” due to the high levels of protein found in the seeds and the leaves.
Serve hot with Jowar Bhakri (Indian bread made from Sorghum) or Varan – Bhaat and Toop.
Serve hot with dahl and rice or hot Jowar Bhakhris.
Enjoy this fresh, raw chutney with your everyday Indian fare, dosas, parathas, curries and more.
The chooka leaves are naturally sour tasting. This recipe is best enjoyed with some hot rotis or rice and a side of moong dal.
The benefits of consuming spinach are many and varied. It is very low in calories and fats; its leaves hold a good amount of soluble dietary fibre; it is one of the finest vegetable sources recommended for controlling cholesterol.
Pudina is packed with anti-oxidants and photo nutrients and is used to treat and relieve several illnesses. Use it in your favourite smoothie for a fresh and minty flavour, or simply add it to some hot water in a kettle and let it steep before enjoying it as a refreshing tea after meals or as a palette cleanser before.
Beetroots have tremendous nutritional value and have often been referred to as a ‘health- food titan’.
Nuts of radish are rich in ascorbic acid, folic acid and potassium. They are a great source of Vitamin B6, Riboflavin, Magnesium, and Calcium. The sharp flavours of the nut/bean of radish make them a popular ingredient for different chutneys, salads and stir fries.
Bananas are nature’s energisers and a rich source of potassium that has several health benefits and is also said to contribute to better memory, alertness and mind elevation. Could there be a better way to start your day than a yummy smoothie that is also so full of goodness?
Beetroot juice is often referred to as a ‘super food’ owing to its many benefits. It is a powerful antioxidant, reduces inflammation, lowers blood pressure, helps fight cancer, and is an effective anti-skin aging treatment to name just a few.
A hot soup of green garlic is the best treatment for a winter chill. It is an excellent digestive, blood cleanser, detoxifier, and energiser.
Our farmers advise that Lima Beans are a good source of protein.
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