Ayurvedic Punch

Ayurvedic Punch

Would you like to spend a lot of time tonight watching the starry sky filled with fireworks?

If want your heart, body and senses to warm up and refresh themselves, let yourself be enchanted by a punch.

An easily and quickly prepared, delicious, and non-alcoholic drink to mix on your own.

Ayurvedic Punch
  • 1 litre red grape juice (alternatively apple juice)
  • 6 cloves
  • Juice of an orange
  • 3 cinnamon sticks
  • Thin stripes of the skin of an orange (alternatively lemon)
  • 4 cl maple syrup (alternatively honey or agave juice)
  • Cover the juice with the spices and stripes of orange and cover for half an hour (do not boil) and let it draw for 10 minutes. Sieve the mixture and drink warm.

Enjoy your meal.

Happy New Year.

Christmas Time – Cookie Time

Christmas is coming. And what can not be missing under any circumstances? Cookies, oranges, chocolate, and feasting like there's no tomorrow. In a healthy way.

A recommended and fast baking recipe for the coming weekend.

Orange Biscuits With Carob Rasps
Ingredients (for 30 - 40 pieces, as organic as possible)
  • 200 g of spelled flour
  • 125 g of whole cane sugar or Jaggery (palm sugar, very fine)
  • 1 egg (for vegan people without the egg)
  • 1 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 125 g of butter
  • peeled skin of an untreated orange
  • 4 tablespoons of freshly squeezed orange juice
  • 50 g of carob rashers
Directions

Put all ingredients in a bowl and knead well.

Form the dough into small piles. Lay out a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the dough pieces at a slight distance.

Baking

Bake it for 8 - 12 minutes in the oven with hot air at 175 degrees Celsius or with top/bottom heat at 190 degrees Celsius.

Enjoy your meal. Merry Christmas.

ARD Documentary: Curry – A Culinary Misunderstanding

ARD Dcoumentary: Curry - A Culinary Misunderstanding

India's colors, spices, scents and tastes. What a heavenly experience. Curry is under scrutiny in the documentary from TV station ARD. The term Curry, on everyone's lips, does not exist in India at all.

Spice blends are referred to as Masala in India and are put together differently in each regional kitchen of the country. Let yourself be carried away to the kingdom of spices and enjoy the colors and pictures by watching this short film.