Oil free spinach


  • This was accidental. I just forgot to add oil and still tasted so good. Didn’t miss oil at all.
  • This is my mom’s simple recipe where fresh chopped spinach, little chopped onion  with  spices like  ginger- garlic paste, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, cumin-coriander powder, salt cooked together. You can add little oil too but do try without oil.  Add some chopped tomatoes once spinach is little cooked and cook again until tomatoes are cooked.
  • Without oil, it still tasted very buttery. Natural flavour of spinach came out. Fresh spinach is must here.
  • Spinach is the  most nourishing liver food according to chinese medicine. And spring is a good time to include spinach in diet.

Mung bean curry


  • According to Ayurveda mung bean is tri-doshic meaning balances all 3 vata, pitta and kapha doshas.
  • Many indian ppl  eat mung bean soup for 3 days as a  way to detoxify.
  • In some part of india, it’s a tradition to eat mung bean on every wednesday.
  • In vedic astrology, wednesday is ruled by planet mercury and mung bean is eaten on wednesday to please planet mercury.

Gujarati Kapuriya


  • Steamed kapuriya is very tasty and yet healthy. Thanks to my aunt S who taught me this delicacy.
  • I use ready made handvo flour so less work. If you don’t know how to make it, here’s the you tube video. http://www.bhavnaskitchen.com/kapuria-or-kapuriya/
  • If you are lazy like me to do seasoning, good for you. Just pour little good quality olive oil on it.
  • Olive oil is good for liver, of course in moderation.
  • With a side of mango lassi, perfect healthy and yummy lunch.