Prep Time: 15 minutes | Cook Time: 30 minutes | Total Time: 45 minutes
- 1 cup grated dry coconut
- 1 teaspoon poppy seeds (khaskhas)
- 2 teaspoons white sesame seeds
- 75 gms edible gum - dink
- 3 tablespoons chopped almonds
- 3 tablespoons chopped cashewnuts
- 50 gms Dry dates powder - Kharik Powder
- 3/4th cup grated or crushed Organic Jaggery
- 4 to 5 tablespoons Desi Cow Ghee
Ghee is always a soft point for most people. Everyone has a liking for a certain taste, texture, aroma and color. If any of the above points is different than what we imagine, we start getting doubts like ‘Is this ghee pure?’ or ‘Why it doesn’t have the aroma as my Mother made?’ Bodhishop is here to solve the biggest question about desi cow ghee - What is the real aroma of desi ghee?
Remember when we thought Ragi or Nachni was not as great as wheat or rice? Or even considered it a lesser tastier option? Well, this millet which has been a low key ingredient in most homes in India is actually a gold mine of health. This protein and mineral rich cereal was once a staple in Indian kitchens. It is now coming back in the form of a superfood in multiple cuisines. With the re-introduction of ragi in our diets, we can definitely expect healthier meals and snacks. As a superfood, it brings along multiple positive changes in the food as well as body.
Organic food is the one which is grown using only traditional and chemical free ways of farming. This food is 100% natural and GMO (genetically modified organisms) free. If any food product is to be labelled as organic, it must be free of any artificial additives. Organic food must be produced using the techniques and practices which comply with the standards of organic farming. These standards may differ in different countries. But one underlined rule for organic food remains constant - There must be no chemicals, additives and modifications in the farming practices.
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