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.

Achari Paneer Kati Roll Recipe

Achari Paneer Kati Roll Recipe

Achari paneer kati roll is a mouth-watering and delicious vegetarian wrap, that makes a complete meal by itself. Kati rolls are made from whole wheat ...

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Pesto Pasta Salad Recipe

Pesto Pasta Salad Recipe

A quick and easy farfalle pasta and avocado tossed with sun-dried tomatoes, fresh basil and pine nut pesto. This vegetarian pasta salad is perfect as ...

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Kadhi Pakora Recipe

Kadhi Pakora Recipe

Kadhi pakora is scrumptious yogurt dish is not only light but simple to cook. Is also known as Dapka Kadhi. Fried gram flour fritters (pakora) ...

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Baingan Bharta Recipe

Baingan Bharta Recipe

Baingan bharta is also known as ringna no olo. Eggplant is cooked over flame till skin is charred and peeled off cooked with tomato and ...

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Enchiladas Recipe

Enchiladas Recipe

Enchiladas is a mexican dish. Corn, bell pepper and cheese are wrapped in flour tortilla covered with tomato sauce and cheese, is a vegetarian casserole ...

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Mexican Rice Recipe

Mexican Rice Recipe

Mexican rice is a wonderful side dish for any meal. The rice is sauted with green bell pepper, corn and other spices, then slowly simmered ...

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