Although this almond confectionery can be enjoyed year-round, it’s an especially fitting enrichment to the traditional range of Christmas Season pastries. Read more
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This pumpkin soup is mild, delicious, and warming – and it just fits well with autumn. In addition, it looks great with its sophisticated topping.
Depending on how thick you make it, this soup can be served as a main dish or as a starter. Read more
This late-summer recipe can be prepared with zucchini (courgettes) or small pumpkins. Read more
Like all green leafy vegetables, chard reduces Pitta. Here is a recipe for a simple and light, yet refined chard soup that can be served for lunch or dinner.
Lassi in general is a refreshing, light drink that strengthens the digestive system. Mango Lassi in particular balances Pitta Dosha. Read more
A salty Lassi helps keep Vata in balance while travelling – and at other times as well. It is easy to prepare and can be brought along in the car or on the train. Read more
Jochen Lotz, head of our training kitchen, has created an Ayurvedic Easter menu for you. The dishes: Ayurvedic Thai curry · Plum-and-mango chutney · Spring quinoa For dessert: Orange/spelt Halva, Tapioca sauce
It tastes great, looks good and is easy to prepare! Read more
Ayurveda recommends a satisfying yet light meal in the evening. The main point is that it should be digested before we go to bed. A freshly cooked, light vegetable soup is tasty, does not put a strain on the digestion and can be prepared quickly – in about 25 minutes. Read more
Pies and sweet pastries are popular in western culture, so much so that it’s hard to imagine doing without them. But in Ayurvedic cuisine, baked foods are unknown – and with good reason: The baking process solidifies the structure of the molecular connections and therefore, the body needs more digestive power to disassemble the food. Read more