No-Onion No-Garlic

Some religious followers such as vaishnav, jain, some budhists and swaminarayan sect people consume food without onion and garlic. The term satvika often implies Indian food without onion and garlic. Make no mistake, onion and garlic do have medical benefits but for spiritual beliefs, some people avoid using it. In addition to a vegetarian diet, followers do not consume onion and garlic because these substances induce the rajas and tamas gunas, which are known to lead to spiritual regress. Please enjoy our no onion no garlic recipes and our other healthy diet recipes.

French Bread Pizza Recipe

French Bread Pizza Recipe

Toasted French bread topped with green, red and yellow bell peppers and broccoli with melted cheese for a great tasting veggie pizza. This quick and ...

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Fruit Pulao Recipe

Fruit Pulao Recipe

Fruit Pulao is quick to make and delicious to eat! Basmati rice (long grain rice) is sauted with fruits, dry-fruits and enriched with saffron. Enjoy ...

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Farali Kebab Recipe

Farali Kebab Recipe

Farali Kebab is a farali version of popular punjabi snack or starter. Raw banana mixed together with roasted peanuts, green chilies and cilantro shaped into ...

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Dal Dhokli Recipe

Dal Dhokli Recipe

Dal dhokli is a healthy one-pot meal. Spiced whole wheat flour dhoklis are simmered in toor dal. It's traditional Gujarati delicacy often made as a ...

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Makai Khichadi Recipe

Makai Khichadi Recipe

Makai khichadi or Makai chevdo is a popular Gujarati snack. Tender sweet corn kernals are simmered with milk and spices. Enjoy this sweet and spicy ...

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Methi Paneer Pulao Recipe

Methi Paneer Pulao Recipe

Methi paneer pulao is versatile flavorsome rice preparation with appealing looks. Basmati rice cooked with chopped fenugreek leaves, paneer and whole indian spices is simply ...

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