Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Green Dove Chutney

This thick, green textured paste goes well on toast, enchiladas or with a fresh salad. It is full of minerals, natural fats and protein. Lovely for children.


1 peeled avocado
1 cup of chopped fresh coriander
1 cup of chopped fresh parsley
3 tsp of coriander
1 cup of almond flakes
1 tsp hing
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp sweet chili powder
1/2 tsp anise
1 tsp salt
1/2 cup water (add more if needed)

Radicchio & anise salad

This bitter-sweet fresh salad stimulates liver function, opens the appetite and is a delight for the taste. Excellent for Pitta and sweating for Kapha and Vata.


1 small radicchio head, cut into strips
1 large anise head, cut into strips
2 medium carrots, cut into strips

Put all ingredients in a bowl.

3 tsp of olive oil
1 tsp fennel powder
1/2 tsp anise powder
1 tsp of tamari
4 tsp of fresh coriander
1 tsp of maple syrup
Salt to taste

Mix well and add to the fresh vegetables.

Coconut & orange Oats

This comforting Pitta Dosha breakfast is open to your creativity and to dosha adjustment. The super food that oats are, is surely a enhancement to the coconut & camu camu satya blend.


2 cup oats
2 big oranges
1/4 cup of coconut milk       cook all this in medium heat for 5 min
1/2 cup of apple sauce
1 pinch of salt
1 cup water ( add more if needed.)

Guava Chutney Delight

Guayaba Delight

Guayaba or guava is a tropical fruit rich in vitamin c, e and minerals. It has a distinctive earthy taste which makes this fruit suitable to accompany main dishes or to eat simply as a dessert. This sweet chutney has an exotic flavor, a great addition to breakfast or snacks.

Coconut rice (another)

This soft and sweet rice is a favorite in many Colombian homes. I have added cinnamon to give it more depth and flavor. It is excellent for the Pitta Dosha.

1/2 cup grated coconut
2 tsp of coconut oil
2 tsp black mustard seeds
1 cup of basmati rice
2 tsp of cinnamon
1 tsp pink salt
1 1/2 cups of water
2 tsp stevia or cane sugar