Ayurvedic Recipes

Zesty Bean, Barley and Veggie Soup


This is an extraordinary soup for the winter and is adjusting for all doshas. Don’t hesitate to change the veggies to any doshic proper veggies you like!


1 TBSP Sunflower Oil

2 Garlic Cloves, finely hacked

1 TBSP finely hacked ginger root

2 TBSP Chickpea flour

8 Cups Water

1 Veggie Stock Cube

1.5 Cup of spread/lima beans

1 Cup of Red Lentils

1 Cup of Barley

1 Cup hacked asparagus

2 Cups hacked green beans

Modest bunch of Brussel Sprouts sliced down the middle

2 Cups Baby Spinach or Kale

4 Bay Leaves

2 TBSP Chopped Parsley

1/2 TSP dark pepper

Squeeze of Sea Salt

The accompanying flavor blend will make enough for you to keep in your wash room throughout the entire winter to use with every one of your suppers!

In a bowl, blend the accompanying:

2 TBSP coriander powder

1 TBSP cumin powder

1 TBSP Fenugreek powder

1 TBSP ground ginger

1 TBSP ground turmeric

1 TBSP ground cinnamom

1 TBSP dried sage takes off

1 TSP ground clove

1/2 tsp cayenne or bean stew powder


1. In a substantial bowl, splash the lentils, beans, and grain for no less than 30 minutes while preparing the feast.

2. In an expansive stockpot warm the sunflower oil over medium warmth. Include garlic and ginger and saute until fragrant. Blend in the chickpea flour, 2 TSP of zest blend, water, and stock 3D shape.

3. Deplete and rince the vegetables and grain. Add them to the pot with the veggies and narrows takes off. Raise the warmth and convey to a stew, mostly secured for 30 minutes.

4. Blend in the parsley, pepper and salt and stew for 5 minutes more.

5. Scoop the soup in dishes and serve!


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