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Power Foods - Recipe No. 5

#WednesdayWisdom #PowerFoods #Series

‘Power-packed Recipes for the Energetic You!’ by Dt. Vaidehi Nawathe, Chief Dietician – Bhaktivedanta Hospital & Research Institute

Traditional Indian meals, irrespective of any region, consist of dal-rice, roti-subji! The variations are in terms of the regional availability of particular ingredients eg. Sattu flour from North India, Jowar / Bajra from Western India, Rice / Ragi from South India, etc. The names of dishes and their contents vary, but staple food remains the same. Smoothies – not our cup of tea, but the need of the hour is to boost immunity to fight inflammation. Believe me, its tasty and at the same time nutritious – full with anti-oxidants and pro-biotics.

Note: During the rainy season, avoid consuming this smoothie at night. Also, be careful about the quality of Spinach used for preparation. Blanching the Spinach is mandatory.

Presenting to you Power Foods Series #Recipe No. 5 - #AntioxidantSmoothieOrRaita


  • 1 cup of chopped Spinach

  • 1 cup of Curd (Yoghurt)

  • ½ teaspoon of Ghee

  • 2 teaspoons of Jeera (Cumin Seeds)

  • ¼ teaspoon of Hing (Asafoetida)

  • ½ teaspoon of Ginger- Green Chillies Paste

  • 1 tablespoon of Flax Seeds

  • 2 tablespoons of grated Carrot

  • Salt to taste


  • Blanch Spinach Leaves, chop them finely and cool down

  • Mix the blanched Spinach Leaves with Curd

  • Prepare seasoning with Ghee, Jeera, Hing and Ginger- Green Chillies Paste

  • Add the seasoning to the Curd-Spinach Mix

  • Add Salt to taste (Optional Rock Salt)

  • Add toasted and slightly crushed Flax Seeds

  • Serve with grated Carrot

To be the #EnergeticYou, eat #AntioxidantSmoothieOrRaita