Vegan bean-burger

For this amazing burger you need some pre-cooked beans. I never use a can, because Sattvic means unprocessed and fresh food. If you cook your beans you can easily put some portions in the freezer. The multicoloured beans I used for this dish were just soaked and cooked. Put in a food processor walnuts, the … More Vegan bean-burger

One-pot pasta bowl

I love cooking with just one pot! A one-pot pasta becomes Sattvic if you add the veggies at the end, like the broccoli and courgette in this dish: they cooked just the last minute together with the pasta. This way they stay crispy and contain their prana and vitamins. Then drain the water and add … More One-pot pasta bowl

2 times tahini dressing

Tahini is a paste of sesame seeds mostly used for humus and is amazingly healthy: it contains a lot of calcium, protein and fibre. One tea spoon of sesame seeds has more calcium than 10 liters of milk! This makes the tahini paste an important ingredient for the vegetarian and vegan kitchen. You can use … More 2 times tahini dressing

Bowl: pearl couscous with sugarsnaps, rucola and grated mozzarella

These days I have been posting most pictures of recipes on Instagram (@JanayitriBrahmanda), but I could not deny you this one: what a lovely, delicious light dish for our book. I made this bowl purely with my intuition, the Sattvic way, and it turned out amazing. Fits the yoga diet perfectly! First you cook the … More Bowl: pearl couscous with sugarsnaps, rucola and grated mozzarella

Stuffed mini-paprika

These lovely petit sweat peppers, I found on the market place. I find them an awesome Sattvic snack, which fits the yoga diet perfectly: raw food is the best you can eat. It contains a lot of the live-giving energy prana. The goal of eating our food (and of every yoga practice) is to clean … More Stuffed mini-paprika