Rose Petal Sesame Bites/ladoos

70% Toasted sesame seeds, first toasted then powdered
30% SVA Rose Petal Preserve
Add both to a bowl and mix in together with your fingers until you get a soft dough, then shape them into little bite size balls and enjoy!

RPSBI-img1Optional: can add some fresh ground black pepper to taste
Can add a pinch of Soma Salt

Prep time: 5 minutes
Good for all – 3 dosha pacifying, rose and sugar are cooling to pitta, sesame is warm and balancing for vata and kapha.
Contraindication: highly addictive!

 

Rose Petal Yogurt Shake or Lassi

4 oz yogurt
8 oz water
RPSBI-img31 tsp SVA Rose Petal Preserve
Mix with a spoon or in a blender and enjoy!

Optional: fresh ground black pepper 1/8 tsp

Prep time: 3 minutes Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.

Good for any season and any time of day for children from 6 to 66!

Rosy Morning Stewed Fruits

According to Vaidya, it is nice to start your day with stewed apple or pear to slowly re-ignite your agni. You may stew your fruit(s) overnight in a slow cooker or make them minutes on your stovetop just before consuming them. Here is a nice little twist to make them pleasantly balancing!

Add ¼ tsp of SVA Rose Petal Preserve per apple or pear for a blissful head-start of your day!

Nutty Rosy Spread

We’ve all succumbed to the peanut and jelly sandwich at one point, not without guilt! Here is a healthy happy version that will satisfy your taste-buds without imbalancing your doshas!
80% almond butter
20% Rose Petal Preserve
You can either mix them and spread on roti or bread, or lay down the almond butter first and top it with the rose preserve.

RPSBI-img5.pngPrep time: 3 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.

Good for any season and any time of day.

Gluten Free Bread Patties

Consuming the rose preserve with bread is most delicious, but many of us choose to avoid gluten and/or wheat. Here is a delicious gluten-free recipe. It will have a pleasant bitter taste because of the millet and quinoa.

40% Millet flour
40% Quinoa Flour
20% Almond meal
1 Tablespoon yogurt
A dash of Soma Salt
¼ tsp water
1 tsp cumin seeds
Mix all into a sticky dough. You will not get a clean dough, it will feel unformed, but that’s ok, do not add more flour. Then take a small part and roll out in the palm of your hand into patties and cook on an iron skillet. May add a few drops of Mum’sRPSBI-img4.png ghee on the skillet but it is not necessary. Once the dough is heated, the stickiness will go away. These make delicious little bread patties. Eat with any meal, but particularly with Rose Preserve!

Prep time: 30 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.
Good for any season and any time of day.
The dough can be refrigerated for 3-4 days.

Roses for a Snack

RPSBI-img640% raisins
40% toasted pine-nuts
20% Rose Petal Preserve
Mix all the ingredients together and carry with you and snack on throughout the day for a sustaining bliss-inducing snack

Prep time: 3 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.

You can keep the unused portion for 3-4 days.

Blissful Morning Breakfast

Add Rose preserve to your breakfast but not if you are consuming milk. The ascorbic acid in the preserve will curdle the milk and cause indigestion.

High Pitta Pacifying Rehydration Drink

1 tsp of Rose Petal Preserve
4 oz of water
5 Herbal Memory Drops of SVA Soma Cal
Mix and drink.

Prep time: 3 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.

Good for any season and any time of day and anybody, specially when feeling emotionally hot and upset!

Mental and Emotional Rose Energy

4oz water.
1 tsp Rose Petal Preserver
2 drops Brahmi Nectar

Mix and drink
Prep time: 3 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.

Good for any season and any time of day.

Creamy Rose

Milk cream top – 2 tablespoon
1 teaspoon of rose preserve

Eat as is or with some bread!

Prep time: 3 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.

Good for any season and any time of day.

Rose Bud Tea

RPSBI-img7.png2 rosebuds
2 pinches DGL powder
½ tsp Fennel seeds
8 oz water
boil slowly in a covered pot. Boil for 3 minutes. Switch off cool and enjoy. Great for pacifying pachaka and sadhaka pitta-s.

Prep time: 3 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper.

Good for any season and any time of day.

Rose Nectar drink

5 drops of SVA Rose Nectar drops
5 drops SVA DGL Nectar Drops
8oz water
This recipe has the same properties as the Rose Bud Tea above, if you don’t have time to make the tea, you can use the drops instead.

Prep time: 3 minutes
Pitta and Vata Pacifying. Kapha dosha pacifying when consumed with Black pepper Nectar Drops.

 

Disclaimer

The sole purpose of this blog is to provide information about the alternative healing modalities of Shaka Vansiya Ayurveda (SVA) as practiced in Vaidya Mishra's ancestral family tradition. The information contained herein is not intended for use in the diagnosis, prevention or cure of any disease. If you have any serious, acute or chronic health concern, please consult a licensed health professional who can fully assess your needs and address them effectively. Otherwise, for more information, you may call Vaidya Mishra's Prana Center toll free in the USA at 1.888.3CHANDI (888.324.2634). or 1.818.709.1005 globally, or email us at: info@prana-center.com. You may also visit: www.vaidyamishra.com, or www.chandika.com

Comments

  1. Dear Vaidhyaji,

    In the “Gluten free bread patties” recipe, Yogurt is used in the dough. So,Is it ok to cook Yogurt? Wont cooking destroy its friendly bacteria?

    Thanks,
    Pavithra

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