Kitchari Tasty organic

7,95

Kitchari Tasty organic

320 g

by Classic Ayurveda
Ayurvedic organic rice dish, ready mix

n India, Kitchari is the tasty, satiable and at the same time easily digestible lunch or dinner meal in the tradition of Ayurveda. Kitchari basically consists of basmati rice, mung beans, vegetables and spices. Kitchari can be prepared in many different ways – from very mild to very spicy.

Ayurveda considers kitchari to be the ideal formula for a light, wholesome and satisfying meal.
At various yoga festivals and seminars, this meal is therefore very popular and well proven.

Kitchari can be refined with fresh vegetables such as peas or cauliflower. Mango or pineapple give Kitchari a fruity, exotic note.

  • Contents: 320 g (approx. 4 portions of 80 g each)
  • From controlled organic cultivation
  • Label in German, English, French
  • Variety: Tasty (balanced and richly delicious)
  • Ingredients:

    Basmati rice* (47%), mung beans* (23.5%), coconut* (5.9%), peppers*, grapes*, dates* (4.4%), tomato*, broccoli* (2.9%), chervil*, turmeric*, cumin*, black pepper*, pippali* (long pepper), ginger*, coriander*.
    * from controlled organic cultivation

    Preparation / Usage:

    Briefly bring a portion of kitchari (80 g) to boil in approx. 300 ml of water, place the lid on and simmer at low heat for 20 – 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Then add salt and butter or ghee as desired.

    Nutritional information per 100 g:

    Energy: 1429 kJ / 339 kcal
    Fat: 5.4 g
    hereof saturated fatty acids: 3.9 g
    Carbohydrates: 56.9 g
    hereof sugar: 4.5 g
    Protein: 12.6 g
    Salt: <0.05 g
    Fibres: 10.1 g

Kitchari Tasty organic
7,95

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Kitchari Tasty organic
7,95

Kitchari Tasty organic

320 g

by Classic Ayurveda
Ayurvedic organic rice dish, ready mix

n India, Kitchari is the tasty, satiable and at the same time easily digestible lunch or dinner meal in the tradition of Ayurveda. Kitchari basically consists of basmati rice, mung beans, vegetables and spices. Kitchari can be prepared in many different ways – from very mild to very spicy.

Ayurveda considers kitchari to be the ideal formula for a light, wholesome and satisfying meal.
At various yoga festivals and seminars, this meal is therefore very popular and well proven.

Kitchari can be refined with fresh vegetables such as peas or cauliflower. Mango or pineapple give Kitchari a fruity, exotic note.

  • Contents: 320 g (approx. 4 portions of 80 g each)
  • From controlled organic cultivation
  • Label in German, English, French
  • Variety: Tasty (balanced and richly delicious)
  • Ingredients:

    Basmati rice* (47%), mung beans* (23.5%), coconut* (5.9%), peppers*, grapes*, dates* (4.4%), tomato*, broccoli* (2.9%), chervil*, turmeric*, cumin*, black pepper*, pippali* (long pepper), ginger*, coriander*.
    * from controlled organic cultivation

    Preparation / Usage:

    Briefly bring a portion of kitchari (80 g) to boil in approx. 300 ml of water, place the lid on and simmer at low heat for 20 – 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Then add salt and butter or ghee as desired.

    Nutritional information per 100 g:

    Energy: 1429 kJ / 339 kcal
    Fat: 5.4 g
    hereof saturated fatty acids: 3.9 g
    Carbohydrates: 56.9 g
    hereof sugar: 4.5 g
    Protein: 12.6 g
    Salt: <0.05 g
    Fibres: 10.1 g