Pumpkin your Pie!


Carrots – 6 oz. (cooked/boiled in water)
Sweet yam – 8 oz. (cooked/boiled in water)
Soma salt – 1/2 tsp.
Raw sugar – 1  1/2 cup
Arrow root – 1 Tbsp.
Kid’s Masala no.2 – 2 tsp (may replace with a pinch of vanilla powser or omit if unavailable)
Nutmeg powder – 1/4 tsp.
Ginger powder – 1 tsp.
Baking powder – 1/2 tsp.
Shredded Almond – 4 oz.

Heavy whipping cream – 4 oz.
Fresh paneer – 4 oz.

Pie crust:
(Please use your traditional pie crust recipe).


3y6a0n9iCombine all ingredients, except for the pie crust and topping, in a food processor or blender until smooth.  Pour into pie crust.  Bake for 10 minutes.

Step 2:  Whisk heavy whipping cream and freshly made paneer (do not completely strain the whey out so it is softer).  Spread it on top of the baked pie.  Garnish with sliced almonds.



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  1. Dear Vaidyaji,

    Could you please post a recipe on how to make Heavy whipping cream at home? Also is it ok to mix Heavy cream in dishes like dhals, curries etc (for ex. in Dhal makhani, palak paneer)? Will it be a bad food combination?


  2. Dear Vaidyaji,

    Is “Sweet Yam” same as “Sweet Potato”? If not, is sweet potato a member of nightshades which should be avoided?


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