Ayurvedic CCF TeaThis warming Ayurvedic tea releases toxins from the body and purifies the blood. Drink on an empty stomach in the morning to aid digestion.Tofu Makhani CurryThis creamy, delicious, and flavorful curry is just the kind of “warm-up” we all need during the winter season. It packs a protein punch with a variety of nutritional spices. NaanNaan,traditional Indian bread served at most meals, is enjoyed with curries, dips or on its own. Take your Indian feast to a new level with this easy, delicious bread.Jeera Rice (Cumin Rice) in Your Instant PotRice is a staple in almost every home. We decided to keep it simple, and also get slightly creative with this Jeera rice recipe. As a great chef once said “The key to a good meal is simplicity and the right seasoning.”Caramelized Coconut LadoosWe promise you will go “Oooo…” once you taste these simple, yet delightful ladoos. They are decadent with coconut and caramel, making them the perfect sweet ending to your favorite Indian feast.UttapamHave you ever thought of trying savory pancakes, Indian style? Uttapam is a traditional South Indian recipe. It’s flavored with classics such as onions, tomatoes, herbs and some veggies. This super-filling recipe can be enjoyed for lunch, dinner or even breakfast.Idli & Dosa BatterUse this Idli & Dosa Batter to enjoy fermented foods in the form of dosas (thin and crispy rice crepes), idlis (rice dumplings), or uttapam (savory Indian pancakes). Serve with a side of sambar or chutney.Sambar SoupTo make the perfect South Indian meal, this spicy warming soup is often served with masala dosas (lentil crepes) or idlis (rice dumplings) and a side of coconut chutney.Coconut ChutneyTraditionally served with South Indian meals, especially dosas and idlis, you will love this delicious, creamy, and spicy dip. It is easy to make and tastes so much better coming from your kitchen!Cilantro Mint ChutneyPickles and chutneys are always served at an Indian meal. Cilantro Mint Chutney is easy to make and will add a nice zing to curries and dosas.Indian Masala ChaiIn India, chai is more than just a cup of tea to start the day. Chai is the answer to a hectic day at work, the perfect “warm” ice-breaker for social awkwardness, or the go-to drink for coping with stress. Chai can be enjoyed in all seasons with friends, family, or just by yourself. Red Lentil DalDal, prepared from a variety of beans, split peas, or lentils, is served at almost every Indian meal. This delicious recipe, bursting with protein and flavor, will sure to become a family favorite.