Ayuredic Cuisines by Kairali at FitReisen Cook Book- A Way to a Healthy Life

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A life inspired by Ayurveda is all about maintaining a proper lifestyle and a perfect diet routine. Some changes are necessary to be brought in our lives if we want to transform into someone better and healthier. Kairali Ayurvedic Group, a 100-year-old brand name is an example of true Ayurveda that has been imparting its age-old principles and teachings to the world. Kairali-The Ayurvedic Healing Village, a health retreat, situated amidst the beautiful Pala trees in Palakkad, Kerala, is one of the finest service providers who aim to create a world of good health and well-being. 


This healing village is located on a 50-acre property which is facilitated with treatment rooms, Yoga and meditation centre, swimming pool to relax, Ayurvedic doctors consultation, beautifully designed accommodative villas and most importantly Ayurvedic cuisines. The added advantage of this health resort is that it serves authentic quality of Ayurvedic food that is delicious and at the same time healthy. Hand-picked from their own herbal garden, the fruits and vegetables are directly taken into the kitchen and served at the guests' table. With the help of organic farming techniques, the staff at the retreat centre follows complete authentic and hygienic ways to grow them. Due to the standard of cooking and serving healthy meals, Kairali Ayurvedic recipes have got its place in FitReisen Cook Book which itself is a mark of pride in the hotel as well as culinary industry. The following excerpt is in German but its meaning goes like-

"A culinary journey

Ayurveda

Finest recipes Most beautiful resorts

Kairali-The Ayurvedic Healing Village

A paradise of healing hands

Gita Ramesh has dedicated her life to a goal: l would like to make the 5000 year old medical science of Ayurveda even more popular. The family members are fourth generation Ayurvedic practitioners. Mrs. Ramesh, head chef of the multi-award winning resort, loves Ayurvedic cuisine passionately and has written down her aroma knowledge in a cookbook. What's more, she has also scientifically earned her fascination for this culinary art and acquired a master's degree in biochemistry. In India, she is considered one of the leading women in the field of Ayurveda. 

The village of interest, which she created with her husband, is an oasis of naturalness. The basics of every Ayurveda cure grow in the hotel's herb and vegetable garden. The traditional charm of the complex, exceptionally charming at the mountain pass between Kerala and Tamil Nadu, conjures up. The closeness to nature is noticeable everywhere and the easy-going, always friendly service is part of the healing process.

The Ayurvedic Healing Village is open only for Ayurvedic guests, the accommodation is kept in the spirit of Ayurveda. The architectural style of the Vastu-Shastra used here, like Feng-Shui, seeks a harmony of architecture and life.

Avial with yoghurt cream

Chef Ramesh's variation of the classic Avial with long-haired is a welcome change

Ingredients

10 snap beans or five broad beans

1 cooking banana

1 carving of pumpkin (about 100 gm) as desired

1 carrot

100 g peas

2 cm fresh lner root

2 fresh, green chillies

200 g unspiked grated coconut

1/2 teaspoon crossbeam seed

2 tablespoons yogurt

salt

20 curry leaves

1 tsp coconut

Preparation:

1. Clean the beans, remove them, divide the broad beans into pieces of about 3 cm. Peel banana, halve slowly, roughly dice. Peel pumpkin if necessary, chop it roughly. Peel the carrot, chop it roughly. Pulp peas if necessary.
2. Cover the vegetables in a pot with a little water, bring to the boil, simmer for about 10 minutes.
3. Peel the ginger, finely chop, chill the halves slowly, remove the seeds for less spice, grate with grated coconut, cheesecloth seeds and yoghurt with the purier stick, season with salt.
4. Warm coconut oil, let curry leaves in it. Drain Germuse well, stir in yoghurt paste, garnish with coconut oil and curry leaves. This fits rice."

Kairali-The Ayurvedic Healing Village indeed has made the Group proud and has proved its worth in being an example to preach the knowledge and practice of Ayurveda.