Kitchari Single Pack - 2 servings | 5 oz
AYURVEDIC ONE-POT MEAL
Kitchari is a delicious and healthy Ayurvedic one-pot meal from ancient India. The unique combination of Indian lentils (yellow mung dahl), basmati rice and freshly hand roasted and ground spices make it a complete plant-based protein (20g) that supports digestion and is balancing for everyone (tridoshic). Cook and enjoy this healing dish with or without vegetables for breakfast, lunch or dinner in under 25 minutes and feel its rejuvenating effects on your body and mind.
• Complete plant-based protein (20g per serving)
• Organic, gluten-free, non-GMO
• Light yet nourishing
• Aids digestion
• Healing & delicious spices (without being spicy)
• Energizing & balancing to body-mind
• Ready-to-cook (no prep)
• Gentle gut cleanse & reset
• Supports immunity
• Optional additions for variation
yellow split mung dahl*, Californian white basmati rice*, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, turmeric*, dried ginger*, fennel seeds, Himalayan rock salt, asafoetida
1. Boil 3 cups of water in a pot.
2. Add the contents of the package and 2 teaspoons of oil (coconut oil, avocado oil, olive oil or ghee). Stir, reduce heat and simmer covered for 25 minutes.
3. Remove from heat and enjoy warm after cooling down for 3-4 minutes.
This package serves two 12 oz cooked bowls designed to be cooked at once. If not cooked together, the taste will vary due to uneven spice distribution. The lentils and rice should break down and dissolve into a creamy consistency. Add water to the pot as needed to avoid the bottom from sticking.
Add up to 2 cups of cut vegetables to the pot at their appropriate cooking times. Adjust salt as needed. Garnish with freshly chopped cilantro and freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice.
Our kitchari is 100% plant-based, organic, gluten-free and non-GMO.
We prioritize both certified-organic and wild-harvested ingredients.
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Balancing to all three doshas (tridoshic), cumin is a warming spice with a pungent taste. It is excellent in supporting digestion and treating digestive issues, as well as helping flush toxins out of the body.
Balancing to all three doshas (tridoshic), turmeric is a warming spice with a bitter taste. It is revered as the king of spices due to its many healing benefits attributed to its antioxidant curcumin. Turmeric supports a healthy digestive system, colon and liver. It also supports anti-inflammatory responses and is good for joints and natural healing. Turmeric also fights allergies, boosts immunity and enhances complexion.
Balancing to all three doshas (tridoshic), it is a cooling spice that has sweet and astrigent tastes. It supports digestion, enhances appetite, treats allergies and also purifies the blood.
Balancing to all three doshas (tridoshic), fennel is a cooling spice with a sweet taste reminiscent of licorice. Fennel is extremely supportive to digestion by enhancing the digestive fire without aggravating pitta. It is a common practice in India to eat toasted fennel seeds after a meal to aid digestion and freshen breath.
Ginger is a warming spice that is pungent in taste and pacifying to vata and kapha doshas (in it's dry form it is less heating for pitta). Ginger aids digestion, enhances appetite, soothes stomach disorders and supports joint health and respitory system health.
Asafoetida is a warming spice with a pungent taste that is balancing to vata and kapha. It is a very powerful spice only needed in small quantities that enhances digestion and appetite and alleviates bloating.