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.

Navratan Korma Recipe

Navratan Korma Recipe

Navratan korma is popular Indian Vegetarian curry. Vegetables, paneer (cottage cheese) and nuts are cooked in rich and subtle cashew gravy and blended to perfection ...

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Salsa Recipe

Salsa Recipe

Salsa is used as a condiment in Mexican cuisine, usually made with tomatoes, chili and cilantro. Salsa is a great dip for tortilla chips. Method: In a ...

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Creamy Pasta Primavera Recipe

Creamy Pasta Primavera Recipe

Farfalle pasta is combined with green bell pepper, broccoli, sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil in a creamy cheese sauce. Creamy pasta primavera is easy to ...

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Paneer Pulao Recipe

Paneer Pulao Recipe

Paneer Pulao is mildly spiced and very tasty rice dish. Rice is stir fried with paneer, vegetables and select spices. Serve with any dal or ...

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Hakka Noodles Recipe

Hakka Noodles Recipe

Hakka Noodles is a delicious vegetarian Indian influenced Chinese dish. The vegetables and noodles are stir fried together in a hot, sweet and sour sauce ...

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Singapore Noodles Recipe

Singapore Noodles Recipe

Singapore noodles is a simple irresistible vegetarian rice noodle dish. Rice noodles and vegetables stir fried with curry powder and soy sauce, makes meal by ...

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