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.

Mirchi Pakora Recipe

Mirchi Pakora Recipe

Mild Bhavnagari chilies are stuffed with spices, dipped in gram flour batter and fried to golden perfection. These delectable Mirchi Pakora can be served as ...

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Cucumber Mint Raita Recipe

Cucumber Mint Raita Recipe

Cucumber mint raita is a simple accompaniment for paratha or chappati. This nutrients paked raita is made with yogurt, cucumber, mint and seasoned with green ...

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Kadhi Patra Recipe

Kadhi Patra Recipe

Kadhi Patra is a unique combination of popular Gujarati snack patra and kadhi. Savoury steamed Colocasia leaf roll simmered with sweet and spicy yogurt gravy ...

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Makai Nu Shaak Recipe

Makai Nu Shaak Recipe

Makai nu shaak is simple yet delicious and easy to make curry. Sweet corn kernels cooked in rich milk and cashew nut gravy, tempered with ...

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Vegetable Pasta Recipe

Vegetable Pasta Recipe

Vegetable pasta makes perfectly satisfying one-bowl meal. Rotini pasta is cooked with green bell pepper, broccoli, sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil in cream cheese and ...

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Sukhi Bhaji Recipe

Sukhi Bhaji Recipe

Sukhi Bhaji is a seasoned potatoes dish made specifically for fasting. Boiled potatoes are mixed with green chilies and spices. Serve with farali poori. Method: Heat a ...

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