Ayurveda Spice Mixtures

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From the Ayurveda Parkschlösschen Cuisine

Vata Churna
The Vata spice mixture is specially formulated to calm the organism and balance Vata. It is suitable for seasoning all Vata stimulating dishes (such as beans, lentils or cabbage) and can be added directly to the finished dish. *

Ingredients: coriander, cumin, liquorice root, fennel, Hing, thyme, ginger, salt, turmeric and cinnamon.

Pitta Churna
This refreshing spice mixture is especially recommended during the hot season as it reduces Pitta and soothes the organism. It has a cooling effect and is suitable for seasoning all Pitta stimulating dishes. *

Ingredients: coriander, cardamom, onion, sweet paprika, leek flakes, turmeric, liquorice root, clove and garlic.

Kapha Churna
This stimulating spice mixture has been specially formulated to boost the metabolism and balance Kapha. It is particularly suitable for seasoning heavy dishes that increase Kapha. *

Ingredients: coriander, garlic, basil, fennel, cinnamon, nutmeg, bay leaves, dill seeds, cumin, chilli and turmeric.

* Of course, the Churnas are also ideal for all dishes that do not increase a specific Doshas. They can be used at any time to refine all dishes.

Dal Masala
This spice mixture is ideal for Asian lentil and dal dishes. Its Vata-reducing properties make pulses easier to digest.

Ingredients: mustard seeds, cumin, coriander, fennel, aniseed, garlic, onion and turmeric.

Mild Curry
The curry spice mixture is particularly suitable for refining all kinds of vegetable dishes, such as aubergine curry or even potato and cabbage dishes. It makes vegetables that are difficult to digest more digestible.

Ingredients: turmeric, celery root, leek flakes, coriander, hot paprika, onion, garlic, ginger, galangal root, cumin and fenugreek seeds.

Spicy Vegetable Masala
Due to its spiciness, this vegetable spice mixture stimulates the digestive fire Agni and therefore has Kapha-reducing properties. It is particularly suitable for root vegetables, aubergine ragout, ratatouille and other vegetable dishes.

Ingredients: aniseed, chilli, cumin, coriander, paprika, mustard seeds and garlic.

Sleeping Milk Spice Mixture
The Ayurvedic sleeping milk is recommended for insomnia or problems sleeping through the night. It reduces Vata and Pitta in the body and mind and soothes the nerves. The Parkschlösschen spice mixture is simply boiled with milk and almond powder or mousse, sweetened as desired with agave syrup or palm sugar and drunk warm one hour before going to bed.

Ingredients: cardamom, turmeric and nutmeg.

Dessert Spice
The dessert spice mixture is particularly suitable for refining sweet dishes such as rice pudding, millet or semolina pudding and other desserts. It reduces Kapha and makes the food easier to digest.

Ingredients: cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, nutmeg and clove.

Agni Chewing Mixture
This spice mixture is traditionally chewed after meals in Ayurveda and provides a fresh breath. Its ingredients naturally stimulate digestion and help prevent heartburn, even during pregnancy.

Ingredients: cumin, fennel, sesame, salt and lemon.

Sinhalese Fish Curry Spice
This exotic spice mixture balances all Doshas and is particularly suitable for seasoning fish dishes or preparing poultry marinades.

Ingredients: fennel, coriander, cumin, ginger, turmeric, mild paprika, black pepper, salt and cinnamon.

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