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      • Snacks

        Snacks

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      • Health Foods

        Health Foods

      • Nut and Dry Fruits

        Nut and Dry Fruits

      • Juices

        Pure, organic and have more fruit per glass.

        Our organic juice is just what Nature ordered. It is pure, natural and free of pesticides & chemicals. We make this happen in a careful and organized manner. First, we choose the area with the most suitable climate for the particular fruit. Then, farmers who share similar values and have a certified organic farm. Nature, farmer’s adherence to well laid out organic guidelines – together make the fruit pure, succulent and organic. No artificial ripening or hastening of the processes, best practices of storage and processing reaffirm 24 Mantra’s commitment to all qualities organic.
        Enjoy Organic Orange Juice, Organic Mixed Fruit Juice, Organic Apple Juice and Organic Mango.

      • Breakfast Cereals

        Breakfast Cereals

      • Jams and Spreads

      • Sugar and Jaggery

        Sugar and Jaggery

      • Teas

        Every sip organic, every leaf pure

        Our teas are simply what nature ordered. Pure and well tended, farmers who have purposefully combined the traditional nuances of tea growing and organic farming grow them. Rich in antioxidants and flavonoids, they build body resistance and help in overall elevation of health.

        We now have Tulsi Ginger, Tulsi, Assam Tea, Green Tea and Tulsi Green Tea.

        Specifically when you drink:

        Tulsi Ginger

        TULSI

        • Builds immunity
        • Relieves stress
        • Enhances respiratory health

        GINGER

        • Improves digestion
        • Alleviates nausea
        • Minimizes cold and cough symptoms

        Tulsi: Tulsi is one of the best-known adaptogenic herbs. Adaptogens are natural biologically active substances that occur in herbs like Tulsi. They help our cells to eliminate toxic by products of body metabolism. They help our cells to access and use more oxygen. Such adaptogens normalize our body imbalances caused due to mental, physical and metabolic stress. All in all they increase our immunity and vitality.
        Ginger: Ginger is very beneficial for our gastro-intestinal health. Ginger, being an excellent carminative, eliminates the intestinal gas. Gingerol, present in ginger, is a potent anti-inflammatory compound that can effectively reduce pain levels and increase mobility for people with arthritis.
        How to brew? Put a teaspoon of Tulsi Ginger (approx-2g) into a tea pot. Boil a cup of water (150ml). Pour the boiling water into the tea pot, close with lid and wait for 3 minutes. Strain the tea and enjoy the sips. For good benefits, avoid sugar. Addition of milk is not necessary. You can flavor the tea with honey for variety.

        Tulsi

        • Builds immunity
        • Enhances respiratory health
        • Relieves stress

        Tulsi: Tulsi is one of the best known adaptogenic herbs. Adaptogens are natural biologically active substances that occur in herbs like Tulsi. They help our cells to eliminate toxic by products of body metabolism. They help our cells to access and use more oxygen. Such adaptogens normalise our body imbalances caused due to mental, physical and metabolic stress. All in all they increase our immunity and vitality.
        How to brew? Put a teaspoon of Tulsi (approx-2g) into a tea pot. Boil a cup of water (150ml). Pour the boiling water into the tea pot, close with lid and wait for 3 minutes. Strain the tea and enjoy the sips. For good benefits, avoid sugar. Addition of milk is not necessary. You can flavor the tea with honey for variety.

        Assam Tea

        • Strong flavour
        • Full body
        • Rich in flavanoids

        How to brew? Prepare with Boiling water or milk

        Tulsi Green

        TULSI

        • Builds immunity
        • Enhances respiratory health
        • Relieves stress

        GREEN TEA

        • Lowers LDL cholesterol
        • Aids slimming by increasing body metabolism
        • Proven anti-cancer properties

        Tulsi: Tulsi is one of the best known adaptogenic herbs. Adaptogens are natural biologically active substances that occur in herbs like Tulsi. They help our cells to eliminate toxic by products of body metabolism. They help our cells to access and use more oxygen. Such adaptogens normalise our body imbalances caused due to mental, physical and metabolic stress. All in all they increase our immunity and vitality.
        Green Tea: Green Tea is rich in antioxidant flavonoids, including catechins. The most abundant catechin in green tea is epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). This compound is largely responsible for the antioxidant, LDL lowering and anti-cancer properties of Green Tea. These catechins also stimulate the burning of fat in liver and muscles, thus aiding in weight loss.
        How to brew? Put a teaspoon of tea (approx-2g) into a tea pot. Boil a cup of water (150ml). Remove from fire and set it aside for a few seconds. Pour the boiled water into the tea pot, close with lid and wait for 2 minutes. Strain the hot Tulsi-green tea and enjoy the sips. For good benefits, avoid sugar. Addition of milk is not necessary. You can flavor the tea with honey for variety.

        Darjeeling Tea

        • Distinct floral taste
        • Refreshing
        • Rich in flavanoids

        How to brew? Prepare with Boiling water or milk

        Green Tea

        • Helps lower LDL cholesterol
        • Helps slimming by increasing body metabolism
        • Has proven anti-cancer properties

        Green Tea: Green Tea is rich in antioxidant flavonoids, including catechins. The most abundant catechin in green tea is epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). This compound is largely responsible for the antioxidant, LDL lowering and anti-cancer properties of Green Tea. These catechins also stimulate the burning of fat in liver and muscles, thus aiding in weight loss.
        How to brew? Put a teaspoon of tea (approx-2g) into a tea pot. Boil a cup of water (150ml). Remove from fire and set it aside for a few seconds. Pour the boiled water into the tea pot, close with lid and wait for 1-2 minutes. Strain the hot green tea and enjoy the sips. For good benefits, avoid sugar. You can flavor the tea with tulsi, ginger, honey, cardamom etc, for variety

      • Oils

        Oils

      • Masala Mixes

        Masala Mixes

      • Culinary Pastes

        Culinary Pastes

      • Spices

        Pure and 100% free of chemicals and any adulteration

        Our spices are earth’s chosen companions. Yes our farmers use the earth to endow the spices with natural goodness. This approach gives our range of spices unrivalled and rich aromatic properties. Minimal processing and the adherence to purity standards means that the spices you buy from will certainly add the right, pure spice to your food and life!

        Rich in antioxidants and aromatic oils. Grown to preserve natural aromas and flavors. That’s the mantra within our spices. Savor them.

        • Turmeric Powder • Chilly Powder • Coriander Seed • Coriander Powder • Cumin Powder • Red Stick Chilly • Fenugreek Powder • Black Pepper Powder • Black Pepper • Cinnamon • Cinnamon Powder • Dry Ginger Powder • Cumin • Ajwain • Fennel • Fenugreek • Tamarind Premium • Mustard Small • Mustard Big • White Sesame • Cloves • Cardamom

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      • Masala Mixes

        Masala Mixes

      • Juices

        Pure, organic and have more fruit per glass.

        Our organic juice is just what Nature ordered. It is pure, natural and free of pesticides & chemicals. We make this happen in a careful and organized manner. First, we choose the area with the most suitable climate for the particular fruit. Then, farmers who share similar values and have a certified organic farm. Nature, farmer’s adherence to well laid out organic guidelines – together make the fruit pure, succulent and organic. No artificial ripening or hastening of the processes, best practices of storage and processing reaffirm 24 Mantra’s commitment to all qualities organic.
        Enjoy Organic Orange Juice, Organic Mixed Fruit Juice, Organic Apple Juice and Organic Mango.

      • Millets

        Rediscover the wealth of Ancient Grains.

        Millets are Ancient Grains. Mankind has known their nutrition value for centuries. They are naturally gluten – free. Low on carbs and high on fiber. They get digested slowly giving sustained energy. Millets are ideal for diabetics looking for an alternative grain to rice. They also help increase the bio-availability of minerals and have strong antioxidant properties. Regular consumption helps in decreasing triglycerides and C-reactive protein.

        Our millets cook fast and are ideal to make healthy Porridges, Upma, Kheer, Kichdi, Pongal and more.

        Sorghum (Jowar), Pearl Millet (Bajra), Finger Millet (Ragi, Nachni) are the major millets. Minor Millets are small-seeded with different varieties such as Kodo Millet (Paspalum setaceum), Proso Millet (Penicum miliaceum), Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica), Little Millet (Panicum sumatrense) and Barnyard Millet (Echinochlo autilis).

      • Flours

        Flours

        Specialty Atta

        Our Speciality Attas have been developed after studying the special needs of potential customers and the nutritional balance that grownups, obese adults, convalescents and similar users find necessary in their daily diets and on a regal basis. Our teams comprised of Nutritionists, Food Technologists and Food Researchers have put together this range of three Speciality attas- Multigrain, Diabetic and Gluten-free.

        Method of preparation:
        Take required quantity of gluten free atta in a bowl. Add slightly hot water (55-60 degrees C) to make dough. Let the dough rest for 10-15 min. Make balls out of the dough. Use this gluten free flour or Rice flour for dusting. Spread a plastic sheet or a muslin cloth or banana leaf on your rolling plate. Dust the flour and roll the dough slowly to make rotis. Heat the pan. Take the sheeted roti on your palm and transfer to the pan. Use oil or ghee to cook the roti. This may not puff up well like wheat roti. Keep them in a closed vessel. They taste very good with a soft texture and you will not miss your Wheat Roti.

      • Dals

        Dals

        Dals could have never tasted better. Our dals are organic and grown without using pesticides & GMOs. We do not polish them and hence all nutrients are preserved. They are grown in areas which have traditionally grown the best dals you could get – Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh & Karnataka with a group of farmers associated with us. Enjoy the taste of pure dals.
        Pancharatna Dal
        This Pancharatna Dal is a mixture of different types of dals to give a right mix of health and taste. Pancharatna Dal is more nutritious and balanced than cooking hulled pulse. It can conveniently be picked from a single jar to cook. Does not essentially require soaking before cooking. Suitable for both dry dal curry and for regular dal recipes.
        For Kichidi: To two portions of rice or dhaliya, add one portion of 24 mantra Panchratna dal. Cook with 7-8 portions of water. Immediately after cooking, add salt, cumin, crushed pepper, chopped ginger, ghee and fried
        For Adai / Tamilian style Mixed Dal Dosa: To two portions of rice or dhaliya, add one portion of 24mantra Panchratna dal. Cook with 7-8 portions of water. Immediately after cooking, add salt, cumin, crushed pepper, chopped ginger, ghee and fried cashewnuts and mix thoroughly. Serve hot.

      • Cerals

        Basmati Brown Rice
        Grown without synthetic Pesticides & GMOs

        4 reasons to eat brown rice

        • It is a naturally gluten free grain
        • It is a whole grain and a source of dietary fibre
        • Whole grain cause a slower rise in blood sugar post meal
        • Eating whole grain as a part of healthy life style can help in weight loss

        Cooking Basmati Brown Rice
        Brown rice is best cooked by slow steaming method.
        Electric Rice Cooker
        Method:
        Add 2 cup water to 1 cup basmati to the vessel. Let it soak for 15-30min. Cook by switching the rice cooker on. Cooker switches off when the rice gets done.
        Microwave method:
        Add 1.5 cup water to 1 cup basmati to the vessel. Let it soak for 15-30min. Cover with cling film and make small slits. Microwave on high for 10 minutes and then on medium for another 20 minutes. Allow to stand for 3 min and fluff the rice.

        The above is based on a 650 watt microwave. Use only as a guide.

        Sonamasuri Brown Rice
        Grown without synthetic Pesticides & GMOs | Whole grain | Source of Dietary Fibre

        4 reasons to eat brown rice

        • It is a naturally gluten free grain
        • It is a whole grain and a source of dietary fibre
        • Whole grain cause a slower rise in blood sugar post meal
        • Eating whole grain as a part of healthy life style can help in weight loss

        Cooking Brown Rice
        Brown Rice is best cooked by slow steaming method. For every cup of rice, add 2 ½ of cups of water and cook it by steaming process under low flame without any weight on the cooker. An electric rice cooker is also very ideal for steaming. It takes around 40-45 min by this method. Alternatively soak every cup of washed rice in 1 ¾ of water for 1 hour. Cook this without changing the water in a pressure cooker or on a microwave like you cook your regular rice. Increase the number of whistles to let the rice cook well.

        Cooked Brown Rice does not retain the grain shape like white rice. Due to pressure the outer bran ruptures and the grain opens along the longer axis. This is a characteristic of Brown Rice. The rice is non-sticky but still soft and chewy. It carries the taste of dals and curries very well.

        The above is based on a 650 watt microwave. Use only as a guide.

      • In Indian Stores

        In Indian Stores

        The purity and honesty of a 24 Mantra Organic is fast growing. We are now available in several Indian stores on both the East and West coast. You will bring home India’s largest and favourite organic food brand when you choose to buy from a wide selection of food items.

      • Millets

        Rediscover the wealth of Ancient Grains.

        Millets are Ancient Grains. Mankind has known their nutrition value for centuries. They are naturally gluten – free. Low on carbs and high on fiber. They get digested slowly giving sustained energy. Millets are ideal for diabetics looking for an alternative grain to rice. They also help increase the bio-availability of minerals and have strong antioxidant properties. Regular consumption helps in decreasing triglycerides and C-reactive protein.

        Our millets cook fast and are ideal to make healthy Porridges, Upma, Kheer, Kichdi, Pongal and more.

        Sorghum (Jowar), Pearl Millet (Bajra), Finger Millet (Ragi, Nachni) are the major millets. Minor Millets are small-seeded with different varieties such as Kodo Millet (Paspalum setaceum), Proso Millet (Penicum miliaceum), Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica), Little Millet (Panicum sumatrense) and Barnyard Millet (Echinochlo autilis).

      • Flours

        Specialty Atta

        Our Speciality Attas have been developed after studying the special needs of potential customers and the nutritional balance that grownups, obese adults, convalescents and similar users find necessary in their daily diets and on a regal basis. Our teams comprised of Nutritionists, Food Technologists and Food Researchers have put together this range of three Speciality attas- Multigrain, Diabetic and Gluten-free.

        Method of preparation:
        Take required quantity of gluten free atta in a bowl. Add slightly hot water (55-60 degrees C) to make dough. Let the dough rest for 10-15 min. Make balls out of the dough. Use this gluten free flour or Rice flour for dusting. Spread a plastic sheet or a muslin cloth or banana leaf on your rolling plate. Dust the flour and roll the dough slowly to make rotis. Heat the pan. Take the sheeted roti on your palm and transfer to the pan. Use oil or ghee to cook the roti. This may not puff up well like wheat roti. Keep them in a closed vessel. They taste very good with a soft texture and you will not miss your Wheat Roti.

      • Dals

        Dals

        Dals could have never tasted better. Our dals are organic and grown without using pesticides & GMOs. We do not polish them and hence all nutrients are preserved. They are grown in areas which have traditionally grown the best dals you could get – Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh & Karnataka with a group of farmers associated with us. Enjoy the taste of pure dals.
        Pancharatna Dal
        This Pancharatna Dal is a mixture of different types of dals to give a right mix of health and taste. Pancharatna Dal is more nutritious and balanced than cooking hulled pulse. It can conveniently be picked from a single jar to cook. Does not essentially require soaking before cooking. Suitable for both dry dal curry and for regular dal recipes.
        For Kichidi: To two portions of rice or dhaliya, add one portion of 24 mantra Panchratna dal. Cook with 7-8 portions of water. Immediately after cooking, add salt, cumin, crushed pepper, chopped ginger, ghee and fried
        For Adai / Tamilian style Mixed Dal Dosa: To two portions of rice or dhaliya, add one portion of 24mantra Panchratna dal. Cook with 7-8 portions of water. Immediately after cooking, add salt, cumin, crushed pepper, chopped ginger, ghee and fried cashewnuts and mix thoroughly. Serve hot.

      • Cereals

        Basmati Brown Rice
        Grown without synthetic Pesticides & GMOs

        4 reasons to eat brown rice

        • It is a naturally gluten free grain
        • It is a whole grain and a source of dietary fibre
        • Whole grain cause a slower rise in blood sugar post meal
        • Eating whole grain as a part of healthy life style can help in weight loss

        Cooking Basmati Brown Rice
        Brown rice is best cooked by slow steaming method.
        Electric Rice Cooker
        Method:
        Add 2 cup water to 1 cup basmati to the vessel. Let it soak for 15-30min. Cook by switching the rice cooker on. Cooker switches off when the rice gets done.
        Microwave method:
        Add 1.5 cup water to 1 cup basmati to the vessel. Let it soak for 15-30min. Cover with cling film and make small slits. Microwave on high for 10 minutes and then on medium for another 20 minutes. Allow to stand for 3 min and fluff the rice.

        The above is based on a 650 watt microwave. Use only as a guide.

        Sonamasuri Brown Rice
        Grown without synthetic Pesticides & GMOs | Whole grain | Source of Dietary Fibre

        4 reasons to eat brown rice

        • It is a naturally gluten free grain
        • It is a whole grain and a source of dietary fibre
        • Whole grain cause a slower rise in blood sugar post meal
        • Eating whole grain as a part of healthy life style can help in weight loss

        Cooking Brown Rice
        Brown Rice is best cooked by slow steaming method. For every cup of rice, add 2 ½ of cups of water and cook it by steaming process under low flame without any weight on the cooker. An electric rice cooker is also very ideal for steaming. It takes around 40-45 min by this method. Alternatively soak every cup of washed rice in 1 ¾ of water for 1 hour. Cook this without changing the water in a pressure cooker or on a microwave like you cook your regular rice. Increase the number of whistles to let the rice cook well.

        Cooked Brown Rice does not retain the grain shape like white rice. Due to pressure the outer bran ruptures and the grain opens along the longer axis. This is a characteristic of Brown Rice. The rice is non-sticky but still soft and chewy. It carries the taste of dals and curries very well.

        The above is based on a 650 watt microwave. Use only as a guide.

      • In Krogers

        In Krogers

        India’s largest organic food brand, now available at your nearest Kroger store. Making it that much easier to buy, eat and live a pesticide-free, organic life.

      • US Customers

        In Krogers

        India’s largest organic food brand, now available at your nearest Kroger store. Making it that much easier to buy, eat and live a pesticide-free, organic life. Read more.

        In Indian Stores

        The purity and honesty of a 24 Mantra Organic is fast growing. We are now available in several Indian stores on both the East and West coast. You will bring home India’s largest and favourite organic food brand when you choose to buy from a wide selection of food items. Read more.

      • FREEDOM FROM PESTICIDES

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        Freedom from
        pesticides

        We live in a difficult world. One, which is hazardous, unhealthy and detrimental to life in all its forms. Take, for instance, the pesticide levels in our farms which in turn finds its way into the earth and from thereon into the water & food. Notwithstanding the fallacy of more pesticides-better yield. Forgotten are nature and its own ways of balance and Darwinism. Added to this is the farmer’s investment in the purchase of fertilizers and pesticides. Frankly, it has been a difficult journey for farmers, consumers and the planet.

        Source: http://www.24mantra.com/why-organic/

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        Harmful intakes

        Pesticides have been linked to a wide range of human health hazards, ranging from short-term impacts such as headaches and nausea to chronic impacts like cancer, reproductive harm, and endocrine disruption. Pesticides can cause many types of cancer in humans.

        Crop No of rounds pesticides are sprayed  Pesticide usage
        (ltr or kg/ha)
        Paddy (Rice) 3-4 4-6
        Wheat 3-4 4-6
        Red Gram (Tur Dal) 3-4 3-4
        Chilly 10-15 5-8

        Source: https://toxicsaction.org/issues/pesticides/

        Many diseases

        The common diseases affecting the public’s health are all too well-known in the 21st century, their connection to pesticide exposure continues to strengthen despite all the efforts by mankind. Some of the common diseases associated with pesticide exposure are asthma, autism and learning disabilities, birth defects and reproductive dysfunction, diabetes, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, and several types of cancer.

        Source: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/resources/pesticide-induced-diseases-database/overview

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        Reduces memory

        Pesticides and other toxins can cause many long-term (chronic) illnesses. One such sign of chronic illness is memory loss. Pesticides damage the brain and the nerves. Long-term exposure to pesticides can cause loss of memory, anxiety, mood changes, and trouble concentrating.

        Source: http://en.hesperian.org/hhg/A_Community_Guide_to_Environmental_Health:Long-term_Health_Effects_of_Pesticides

        Damages skin

        Many pesticides can be absorbed through the skin into the blood and can cause toxic effects. The amount of pesticide absorbed through the skin (percutaneous absorption) may be enough to produce severe toxic reactions including death. In addition, pesticides can also injure the skin directly, a process known as cutaneous toxicity. Skin irritation and skin rashes produced by irritating chemical substances are a very noticeable type of chemical toxicity. Skin infections by fungi (ringworm, athlete’s foot, etc.), bacteria, or parasites are also very common medical problems and often have the same symptoms as skin irritation caused by chemical exposure.

        Source: http://pmep.cce.cornell.edu/profiles/extoxnet/TIB/cutaneous-tox.html

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        There is a solution

        24 Mantra Organic. In our Mantra we have integrated the ancient wisdom ‘Tvam Bhumir Apo Analo Anilo Nabha’ (You alone are Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Ether).

        • We work directly with over 45,000 farmers in 15 States on 2,25,000 acres.
        • Unique farm to kitchen traceability to ensure organic integrity, purity and consistent quality.
        • Help small & marginal farmers to create sustainable livelihoods.
        • Enjoy food adhering to international standards.
        • 24 Mantra Organic products are also sold in USA, Canada, Europe and Middle East Countries.
        • More than 200 products.

        Start living an organic life from today.

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        Moms have a strict rule when it comes to anything that goes into your stomach. The rule stays the same for juices too!

        At 24 Mantra Organic, we make our juice the way only moms would. farmers goes to our 45,000 passionate farmers who pick the best fruits from the best farms, so that we can deliver the taste of fresh fruits each time you take a sip. What’s more, our juice has more fruit per glass compared to any other juice brand and also meets the highest global organic standards. Because only the best works for moms and us too!

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        Your Recipe Mantras
        are just a few clicks away!

        From simple scrumptious Indian recipes to delightful easy to cook savoury dishes to classic Italian dishes to the fluffiest most splendid cakes and let’s not forget the mouthwatering desserts.

        All these recipes are specially created by some of India’s finest culinary extraordinaire for loving doting mothers like you.

        So hurry up what are you waiting for!
        Download the Recipe Mantras book today and serve your family more than just a meal.





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      • Pyari Maa Moment

        Mother’s Day and what it means for us?

        We are sure you have tonnes and tonnes of stories to share with us about you and your mom and the special bond you share. So Here is your opportunity to do just that. All you have to do is click on the link below and share your special “Meri Pyari Maa” moment and stand a chance to win our Mother’s Day goodie bag.

        Celebrate Mother’s Day with us

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        Mother’s Day and what it means for us?

        Moms are like buttons, they hold every thing together. From the moment you enter the world to the moment you breathe your last, she is only person who you will love you unconditionally. So mother’s day for us means a lot more than just one day. We must celebrate mother’s day everyday. Think about it, when was the last time you called your mom and thanked her for everything that you have never thanked her for? When was the last time you asked your mom what she would like to eat for dinner? When was the last time you hugged and kissed your mom? More often than not we tend to take our mom’s for granted. Well, we would like to change that by bringing a smile on her face.

        So we created this page specially just for you, where we give you the opportunity to share stories about your mother, her eternity, your bond, her ways and the mouthwatering food she makes. Join us in celebrating motherhood and share your “Meri Maa” moments with us.

      • Breakfast Mantras

        Time you tasted a new breakfast mantra ! Pure, organic breakfasts served in your neighborhood in a festive, friendly environment.Come and enjoy. Be a part of the good food journey starting in the morning! Breakfast Mantras are from 24 Mantra Organic

        • Organic Breakfasts an endless variety
        • Chefs on call to delight you
        • Meet Bloggers to discover new food mantras
        • Eat right by meeting Nutritionists
      • Organic Whole wheat banana bread

        INGREDIENTS

        • 1 + 1/2 cup organic whole wheat flour
        • 1.5 tsp baking powder
        • 1 tsp cinnamon powder
        • 1/4 tsp grated nutmeg
        • 1/2 tsp ginger powder
        • 1/2 cup grated coconut
        • 3 ripe bananas
        • 1/3 cup vegetable oil
        • 3/4 cup organic sugar
        • 2 eggs
        • 1 banana sliced, for topping

        PROCEDURE

        • Pre-heat the oven to 190C
        • Combine wheat flour, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger powder and coconut
        • In a separate bowl combine oil and sugar. Add ripe bananas and eggs. Mix well.
        • Combine dry and wet ingredients. Do not over mix.
        • Transfer to a prepared loaf tin. Top with banana slices and sprinkle with some organic sugar.
        • Bake at 190C for 40-45 minutes.
      • Organic mixed fruit popsicles

        Ingredients

        • 1 cup mixed fruit juice , I used 24 mantra Organics
        • 1 cup strawberry syrup ,recipe given below assorted fresh fruit used strawberry, mango, green grapes, moscato grapes,
        • sprigs of fresh mint
        • 2 tsp chia seeds
        • 4 lemon crescent
        • 1 tbsp lemon juice
        • 2 tbsp granulated sugar

        For the strawberry syrup

        • 12-15 pieces of strawberry ,chopped (remove the green)
        • 1/4 cup water , start with a little less water.
        • 2 tbsp sugar
        • 1 tbsp lemon juice

        Procedure

        To make the strawberry puree

        • Start by chopping the strawberry. Now simply put all the ingredients in a blender and blend till smooth. It should be thick. Set aside.

        For the popsicles

        • Add a little lemon juice to the mixed fruit juice. Taste and add sugar if desired. I haven’t for the mixed fruit juice.
        • Chop the fruits, remember to take the skin off the mango. you can also use kiwi, chunks of watermelon or any fruit you desire.
        • Now lay the fruit pieces in the popsicle mould. Add the lemon crescent, mint leaf sprig and sprinkle a little chia too. Now slowly pour the mixed fruit juice till about half filled.
        • Next, top it gently by spooning some strawberry syrup on the mixed fruit juice. Since the strawberry syrup is thicker than the juice, it wil automatically swirl a bit. Now, use a small tooth pick or skewer and very gently swirl it around, trying to create a marble effect. (this part is totally optional, but it does look pretty!).
        • I topped it with more chia and mint leaf next. Gently tap the moulds to make sure the liquids have reached every corner of the mould. Put in the freezer for 30 mins.
        • After 30 mins, remove from freezer, carefully insert popsicle sticks (easily available in all mom and pop stores or even craft stores) or the stick the mould set comes with. I like the wooden sticks more. Put it back in the freezer till completely set. My freezer does this in 2 hours but you can let it rest overnight to be sure.

        De-moulding the popsicles

        • Taking the popsicles out might be a little hard if you just want to pull it out. Instead do this simple trick. Run it under hot water for 30 sec and gently pull it out. Tada!! Done.
      • Organic Churro waffles with mocha sauce

        Ingredients

        • 2 cups flour
        • 3 eggs separated
        • 1 tbsp sugar
        • 2 cups Milk
        • 1 tbsp Apple cider vinegar
        • 6 tbsp Butter melted
        • 1 tbsp Cocoa Powder
        • 2 tsp baking powder
        • 1 tbsp vanilla essence

        For the mocha sauce

        • 2 tbsp Cocoa Powder
        • 1/4 cup sugar
        • 1 cup dark chocolate chips
        • 2 tbsp espresso
        • 1 cup Milk

        For the churro rub

        For garnish

        • 4 whole fresh strawberry sliced
        • 6 mini marshmallows
        • chocolate shavings

        For the waffles

        • In a mixing bowl, whisk together the milk, apple cider vinegar, egg yolks, 6 tablespoons melted unsalted butter, vanilla and 1 tbsp sugar.
        • Add the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt and stir until just combined. It’s OK if the batter is a little lumpy.
        • Whip the egg whites stiff in a clean and dry mixing bowl till stiff. TIP: Turn the bowl upside down, if it doesn’t fall off, the egg whites are whipped right.
        • Gently fold in the whites into the batter. Allow the batter to sit 5-10 minutes.
        • Now heat the waffle iron, brush some oil / butter on it and pour 1 cup of batter in to the pan. Close the lid carefully and let it cook it for 3-4 mins per side. or as per your waffle makers instructions.

        For the churro rub

        • Brush the waffles liberally with melted butter. Now rub the cinnamon+sugar mixture well all over the waffles, drizzle with mocha sauce, garnish and enjoy!!

        For the mocha sauce

        • Mix everything in a sauce pan. Bring to a boil and mix well. Let it simmer for 10 mins till thick. You can add a pinch of seasalt or nutmeg too.
      • Organic Masala Bhaat

        Ingredients:

         

        Procedure

              • Wash and soak the rice in water.
              • Peel and cut the potatoes, shell the peas and slice the ring gourd. Cut the cashews into halves if using.
              • In a pressure cooker, heat the oil or ghee. Once its hot drop in the mustard seeds and after the mustard pops, lower the flame and add the cumin seeds, followed by the spice powders- asafetida and turmeric.
              • Add the cashews if using and the vegetables and cook for 3 to 4 minutes. Put in the red chili powder and goda masala powder, water, kokum leaves, jaggery and salt.
              • Cover and cook until the first whistle. Turn off the heat.
              • After the pressure drops, take off the lid and allow the steam to escape for 2 o 3 minutes. This helps the rice grains to firm up.
              • Fluff with a fork lightly and serve hot with your favourite raita or curd.
      • Organic Oatmeal Breakfast Bars

        Ingredients

        • Rolled oats – 2-1/2 cups
        • Organic whole wheat flour – 1-1/2 cups
        • salt – 1 tsp
        • Baking powder – 1 tsp
        • Brown sugar – 1/3 cup
        • Organic Almonds – 3/4 cup
        • Organic Raisins – 1/2 cup
        • Fresh coconut, grated – 1/2 cup
        • Organic Flax seeds – 2 tbsp
        • Coconut oil – 1/3 cup
        • Organic peanut butter – 1/4 cup
        • Apple cider vinegar – 1 tbsp
        • Organic wild honey – 1/2 cup (use agave or maple syrup for vegan option)
        • Vanilla extract – 2 tsp

        Procedure

        • Preheat oven to 350 F / 180 C. Line one 8 x 8 inch baking pan with parchment paper. Set aside.
        • Grind flax seeds using mixie jar to a coarse powder.
        • Mix flax seed powder in 4 tbsp water in a bowl and rest for 5 mins to form into flax gel.
        • In a large mixing bowl, mix together Rolled oats, whole wheat flour, salt, baking powder and brown sugar.
        • Add in chopped almonds, raisins, coconut and mix everything together.
        • In another mixing bowl, add coconut oil, peanut butter, flax eggs, apple cider vinegar, wild honey, vanilla extract and mix using a balloon whisk till well combined and smooth.
        • Alternately you can also add all the above mentioned liquid ingredients into a blender and pulse few times for even mixing and to simplify the work.
          Pour the liquid ingredients mixture over the dry ingredient mixture and combine using a spatula until all the ingredients are moistened. I find mixing with my fingers works better than using a spatula.
        • Dump the entire dough into the prepared pan and spread it evenly. First push down with your knuckles and then using the flat bottom of a small bowl, press the dough firmly all around the pan making sure the top surface is smooth and even.
        • The dough should be very firmly pressed down for the bars to stay put without breaking apart when you cut them.
        • Bake the dough for 30 mins. Rotate the pan half way through after 15 mins to ensure even baking.
        • These are done when the edges begins to brown lightly and the top is golden in color.
        • Switch off the oven and let the pan stay put inside for another 10-15 mins.
        • Remove the pan from oven. You will find the top surface soft to the touch. Not to worry, just let it cool down completely to room temperature. It starts to become firm as it begins to cool.
        • Gently lift the parchment from the pan and using a sharp knife either cut them into squares or rectangles.
        • Serve these oatmeal breakfast bars with a glass of milk and fruits or pack for snack.

        Notes:
        If you do not have or use coconut oil, then use melted better. Otherwise do not replace with any other vegetable oil which will totally ruin the taste and flavor.

      • Organic Eggless Dark Chocolate Cake With Chocolate Fudge Icing

        Ingredients:

          • 100 gm (1/2 cup) dark chocolate
          • 250 ml (1 cup) water
          • 200 gm (1 ½ cups) plain flour
          • 50 gm (1/4 cup) good quality cocoa powder
          • 2 tsp baking powder
          • 1 tsp baking soda or soda bicarbonate
          • 40 gm (5 tbsp) fine sugar
          • 1 can condensed milk
          • 150 ml (3/4 th cup) vegetable oil
          • 1 tbsp vanilla extract

         

        Procedure

              • Begin by greasing and lining the base of an 8” or 9” square pan with greaseproof paper/baking parchment/butter paper. Alternatively use two 8” round cake tins or one deep 9” or 10” round pan.
              • In a sauce pan, put in the water and the chocolate together and heat until the chocolate melts. Allow to cool.
              • In a mixing bowl, assemble 200 gm (1 1/2 cups) plain flour, 50 gm (1/4 cup) cocoa powder, 30 gm (4 tbsp) sugar, 2 tsp baking powder and 1 tsp baking soda, mix with a spoon and sieve once to make the mixture uniform.
              • Preheat the oven at about 150 c/300F.
              • Add in the condensed milk, oil, vanilla and melted chocolate to the flour mixture. Beat with an electric hand mixer, stand mixer, whisk or spoon just until the mixture is uniform and smooth and there are no lumps. This shouldn’t take more than a minute with an electric hand mixer/beater. Be careful not to over beat as this tends to stiffen the batter which might lead to a less softer cake.
              • Pour the batter into the prepared cake tins and bake for 50 to 55 minutes or until a skewer or toothpick comes out clean.
              • After the cake is done, allow the cake to rest in the tin for 3 to 4 minutes and then invert the cake on to a cooling rack.

        For the Chocolate Fudge Icing

        Ingredients

        • 50 gm (1/4 cup) chocolate, chopped
        • 2 tbsp water
        • 100 gm (1/2 cup butter) at room temperature
        • 2 cups icing or confectioner’s sugar
        • a few drops of vanilla extract
        • almond, cashew, pistachio sliver (for garnishing)

        Procedure:

        • In a saucepan, put in the chopped chocolate with the water and allow it to melt. Keep stirring all the while. Once the chocolate has melted, allow it to cool down.
        • In a bowl (or in the bowl of a stand mixer if you use one), put in the butter, sugar and the melted chocolate, alongwith the vanilla and mix until smooth.
        • If the icing is too stiff add a few drops of milk and if the icing is thin, then add a few spoons of sugar.

        To assemble:

        • After the cake is cool, spread the icing all over the cake.
        • Sprinkle slivered almonds, pistachios and chocolate gratings on top of the cake.
      • Organic Tart Shells

        INGREDIENTS

        PROCEDURE

        • To make the base of the tart, pre-heat the oven to 190C
        • In a bowl, cream butter and organic sugar.
        • Beat in the egg-yolk
        • Mix in flour and beat until the dough begins to come together.
        • Knead the dough and divide into two equal halves. Wrap them with plastic wrap individually and chill in the fridge for 15 minutes or until the dough is firm.
        • Roll out the dough and line the tart tins with the rolled out dough. Chill in the freezer for another 15 minutes
      • Organic Chocolate pear loaf cake

        INGREDIENTS

        PROCEDURE

        • Pre-heat the oven to 180C. Brush a loaf tin with melted butter. Dust the with cocoa, tap out extra.
        • Whisk together cocoa, flour, orange zest, cinnamon powder, ginger powder, chili powder, baking soda and baking powder.
        • In a large bowl, beat oil and sugar until the mixture is pale.
        • Add eggs, one at a time and mix well after each addition. If you’re not using eggs, beat in 1 cup of yoghurt.
        • Add the flour mixture to the wet ingredients alternating with milk, starting and ending with flour mixture. Beat until smooth
        • Pour the batter into the pan. Place peeled whole pears in the batter.
        • Bake at 180C for 30-40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean
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      • Organic Wholewheat No Yeast No Oven Pizza

        Ingredients:

        For Dough:

        • 280 gm or 2 cups wholewheat flour
        • 1 tsp of salt
        • 1 tsp of sugar
        • 1 tsp dried herbs
        • 2 tsp of baking powder
        • ¼ tsp baking soda
        • ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
        • ¾ cup water

        For Pizza Topping:

        • Tomato Sauce
        • Bell peppers
        • Olives
        • Mozzarella Cheese
        • Oil
        • dried oregano
        • dried basil

        Procedure

          • In a bowl add the flour, salt, sugar, dried herbs, baking powder and baking soda. Mix well with a fork.

        Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add the oil and water.

        • Knead the dough properly and let it rest for 20-30 minutes.
        • Divide the dough into four equal parts. Take one portion of the dough and roll it into an 8” circle using a little flour, beneath the surface and on top of the dough circle to prevent the dough from sticking.
        • Prick the surface of the dough with a fork to prevent the dough from puffing up while cooking.
        • Keep a heavy bottomed pan on low heat and allow it to become hot
          Carefully lift the rolled dough and place it on the hot pan.
        • Cover the pan and cook for a few minutes, about 2 to 3 minutes.
        • With a spatula, lift the pizza base up and check if there are light brown spots. If you see the spots, flip the pizza over and cook the side the same way.
        • Flip the pizza base again and spread some tomato sauce. Sprinkle some bell peppers, olives and mozzarella cheese.
        • Spoon a few drops of oil over the sides, cover the pizza and cook until the cheese melts.
        • And that’s it! Your Pizza is ready to be served.

         

      • Organic Italian Lentil Pasta Soup

        Ingredients

        • 1/4 cup masoor malka
        • 1/4 cup chana dal
        • 1/4 cup white beans/kidney beans
        • 2 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
        • 1 medium onion chopped
        • 1 cup cooked pasta
        • 2 medium carrots small dice
        • 2 stalks celery chopped
        • 1 medium zucchini diced
        • 2 tsp Italian seasoning mixed herbs
        • 1 tsp black pepper
        • 1 tsp Red chilli flakes
        • 300 g Tomatoes
        • 50 g baby tomatoes optional
        • 2 cups vegetable broth
        • 1 tbsp rice vinegar/white wine vinegar
        • 4-5 tbsp grated parmesan cheese

        Procedure

        • Mix all the lentils, wash and soak them for 2-3 hours.
        • Pressure cooke them with 2 cups of water for 1-2 whistles. or cook them covered on slow heat for 40-50 minutes till they are tender.
        • Make an incision in tomatoes, boil, peel and blend them to a smooth puree. ( Tomato puree* link in recipe Note)
        • Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large pan over medium-high heat. Add the onions, carrots, celery, zucchini, and saute for 4 minutes.
        • Add the cooked beans, tomato puree and sliced baby tomatoes if you are using them.
        • Add vegetable broth, mixed herbs, black pepper, salt and stir it well.
        • Allow the soup to simmer for 20 minutes on low medium heat. Keep it stirring in between.
        • Check the seasoning and consistency of the soup. If you like it thicker take out small portion and blend it. Return the blended soup back to the pan and mix well.
        • Serve it hot with a generous sprinkle of parmesan cheese and a crostini if you like.
      • Organic Brown Rice Adai

        Ingredients:

        To mix in the adai batter:

        • Onion, finely chopped – 1
        • Ginger, grated – 1 tsp
        • Asafoetida – 2 fat pinch
        • Drumstick leaves – 1/2 cup

        Other:

        Procedure

        To make Brown Rice Adai Batter:

        • Wash brown rice and the lentils (dals) together and soak in enough water for 6 to 7 hours. I soak both rice and dals together.
        • Add the soaked ingredients either to a mixie jar or wet grinder.
        • Add fennel seeds, cumin seeds, garlic pods, whole dry red chilies and grind everything together to a coarse batter using required amount of water.
        • The batter should be thick like idli batter. Transfer the batter to a vessel. Add salt and mix well.
        • You can either make adais immediately or give it a resting time of minimum 2 hours before you cook.

        To make Brown Rice Adai:

        • Add finely chopped onions, grated ginger, asafetida, drumstick leaves (you can also add coriander or curry leaves) to the batter and mix well.
        • Heat a tawa, add a ladle full of adai batter and spread it all around into a circle. Drizzle few drops of oil all around.
        • Wait for the bottom side to cook to a golden brown. This should take 1-2 min over medium-low flame.
        • Once done, gently flip the adai and let the other side cook as well.
        • Remove on to a plate and continue with the rest of the batter.
        • Serve this brown rice adai hot with aviyal, butter, jagerry and chutneys.
      • Organic chickpea crepes with cauliflower rice

        INGREDIENTS

        • 300 gms chickpea flour or besan, use organic.
        • 120 ml water
        • 30 ml yogurt or curd
        • 1 small onion chopped very very fine
        • 2 small green chilies deseeded, chopped fine
        • 1/4 inch Ginger chopped fine
        • 1/4 cup coriander leaf washed clean,picked and chopped fine. Use less if you like.
        • 1 tsp Turmeric Powder
        • 1/2 tsp red chili powder less if desired
        • 1 tsp aamchoor or dry mango powder , alternately use 1/2 tsp chaat powder
        • 1 tsp fennel seeds
        • 1/2 tsp cumin seeds
        • salt as per taste

        Procedure

          • Start by keeping the vegetables chopped. In a mixing bowl, mix together the chickpea flour, water, and yogurt till no lumps remain. Add the remaining ingredients and mix well.
          • The batter should be the consistency of a dosa batter, not too thick. Easily pourable.
          • Now heat a non stick tawa on medium heat. Pour two ladles of the batter on the tawa and quickly spread it in circular motions starting from the centre out, just like a dosa. Pour a little (1 tsp) on the chilla and let it cook well. Carefully loosen the edges and slowly turn it over. Let it cook that side on 2-3 mins till done.

        Serving options:

              • Serve as is hot off the tawa with some pickles and curd. Or serve it stuffed with your favorite stuffing like a burrito. I served it with some cauliflower rice (recipe up soon), fresh figs and pomegranate arils for a burst of sweetness and contrast.
      • Organic Bhaja Muger Dal

        Ingredients:

        • Organic Yellow Moong Dal – 1/2 cup
        • Peas, cooked – 1/4 cup
        • Green chilies – 2
        • Ginger – 1 inch piece
        • Fresh coconut, chopped – 1 tbsp
        • Organic Cumin seeds – 1 tsp
        • Organic red chili powder – 1 to 2 tsp
        • Organic Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
        • Organic Mustard oil – 2 tbsp
        • Ghee – 3 tsp
        • Salt – to taste
        • Coriander leaves – for garnish

        Procedure

        • Heat a pan and dry roast yellow moong dal till it becomes golden in color and the aroma arises.
        • Bring 2 cups water in a sauce pan to a boil. Add roasted moong dal and cook over low flame till it gets completely cooked. It should take 7-10 mins.
          Meanwhile heat a pan with mustard oil. Add cumin seeds and let it sizzles.
        • Add chopped green chilies, grated ginger, red chili powder, turmeric powder and mix well.
        • Immediately add cooked dal, peas, salt, mix well and cook over low flame for 3 to 5 mins.
        • Heat a tempering pan with ghee, add finely chopped fresh coconut pieces and roast till they become light brown in color.
        • Transfer this ghee roasted coconut pieces to the simmering dal, mix well and switch off stove.
        • Close the pan with a lid and let it rest for 2 more mins for the aroma to get infused with the dal.
        • Garnish this bhaja muger dal with coriander leaves and serve with hot rice.
      • Organic Iced Strawberry Tea

        Ingredients:

        • Organic Assam Black Tea leaves – 3 to 4 tsp
        • Water – 4 cups
        • Organic Sugar – 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup
        • Strawberries – 200 gms
        • Lemon, small – 2
        • Mint stalks – for garnish

        Procedure

        • In a saucepan, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Add black tea leaves and let it come to a rolling boil.
        • Switch off fire and close the sauce pan with a lid for the tea to steep for at least 30 minutes.
        • Meanwhile, wash and hull the strawberries.
        • Place the hulled strawberries along with the remaining 2 cups water in a blender and blend till smooth to a juice.
        • Pass it through a fine sieve to filter out the tiny seeds. Keep aside.
        • Though this step is optional, it is better to filter out the seeds as it may be unpleasant while drinking the tea.
        • After 30 minutes, filter the steeping tea directly into a pitcher. To this brewed tea, add the strawberry juice.
        • Stir in sugar. You can also add honey or any sweetener of your choice. I had my portion without any sweetener.
        • Squeeze in the juice of 2 lemons and stir to combine. Place the pitcher in the refrigerator to chill till serving.
        • Serve this Iced Strawberry Tea in tall glasses with more ice cubes, garnished with mint stalks.
      • My tasty curry Instagram

        Meet Rekha Kakkar, the author of “My tasty curry” who is a Delhi based food photographer, food consultant and creative consultant. She believes that food is something that not only nourishes us, but it is also a medium that forms instant connect in the form of shared culture, taste or even memories and becomes a melting pot for many good things in life. Quick, healthy and tasty dishes that anyone can cook, using simple and fresh ingredients. Climb aboard on this splendid organic journey with 24 Mantra Organic and Rekha Kakkar.

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        Meet Swayampurna Mishra, author of “Lapetit Chef“, recipe developer who loves to create fun fast and fabulous dishes for the modern working man and woman. Swayampurna feels that we should get nutrition, love and happiness through food. She cooks from her memory and she cooks food that is exciting and food that moves her. From desserts to appetizers to the photography, the writing and everything else in her blog will make your mouth water. Watch out for her take on what leading an organic life is all about.

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      • Organic Peanut Butter Puff Pastry Rolls

        PROCEDURE

        • Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
        • In a bowl, combine peanut butter, milk and icing sugar. Beat well.
        • On a rolled out sheet of puff pastry, evenly spread the peanut butter mixture.
        • Roll the puff pastry into a cylinder. Using a knife, cut into slices of equal sizes.
        • Place the slices in a skillet. Top with sesame seeds.
        • Bake at 180C for 30-40 minutes.
      • Organic Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada

        Procedure

        • Wash and cloth dry the large chiliis.
        • Slit them from one side and scrape out the seeds and discard them.
        • For making potato masala take boiled potatoes and mash them nicely.
        • In a mixing bowl combine these mashed potatoes with red chilli powder, salt, coriander powder, garam masala powder, carrom seeds, finely chopped ginger and chaat masala. Mix everything well and stuff the green chillies nicely with this aloo masala.
        • Keep the stuffed chillies aside.
        • To make mirchi vada batter, make a thick paste with Besan and season it with pinch of turmeric powder, 1 tsp red chilli powder and salt to the taste.
        • In a deep kadai or wok heat up the 24 Mantra organic Peanut oil and allow it heat up on medium heat.
        • When oil is heated enough dip the stuffed chilis in batter and deep fry them till golden brown in batches of 2-3.
        • Serve these piping hot Rajasthani Mirchi vada with green chutney, Imli ki chutney and hot cup of ginger tea
      • Organic Vegetable Thalipeeth

        Procedure

        • In a large bowl combine all the dry ingredients, the flour and the spices. Mix with a fork, make a well in the centre and add yogurt and the grated vegetables. If your cucumber is bitter, make sure that you remove the bitterness by rubbing a slice over the cut cucumber until all the bitter juices ooze out.
        • Mix well and make a dough. Add a few spoons of water if required to make a soft dough.
        • Keep a griddle or a pan on the heat.
        • Grease a medium sized (enough to fit over a chakla) baking parchment or butterpaper with oil. Grease your hands with some oil.
        • Take a portion of the dough and pat it over the paper, to get a circular 6” to 8” disc. Make 3 to 4 holes with your fore finger near the centre of the disc. This will make sure that the oil seeps into the corners of the dough making a crisp thalipeeth.
        • Place the paper over the hot pan and carefully peel off the paper.
        • Spread a few drops of oil around the edges of the thalipeeth. After the base is cooked and dark brown spots appear, flip it over and cook on the other side as well.
        • Grease the paper again and repeat the above procedure until you finish up the dough.
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        Organic Mantras Recipes

        24 Mantra Organic Churro waffles with mocha sauce – from lapetitchef
        This is the third waffle recipe in The Organic Mantras recipe diary. And what a beautiful recipe it is. Churro waffles are just the things you need to energise your day. Fluffy waffles inside with a crispy exterior. Pair those waffles with fresh strawberries and marshmallows. Just the thought of that in the morning will make your kids get up early for breakfast. The mocha sauce is the flavour & the soul of the recipe. If you are a fan of waffles then you are gonna love this recipe. Try it out and have a truly memorable breakfast with your friends and family, You don’t need an occasion to have a nice breakfast, so happy breakfasting.

        Used Ingredients:
        Flour | Sugar | Cinnamon Powder

        24 Mantra Organic chickpea crepes with cauliflower rice – from lapetitchef
        Imagine how it would feel to start your day with a gluten-free vegan recipe that will deliver the proteins that you need to kick start your day. But that’s not all, this recipe is exceptionally tasty and can definitely break the monotony of your boring breakfast. In just a few simple easy to follow steps you can create this beautiful recipe. Seriously all it takes is 30 min to make, and you can even have this for lunch or an evening snack if you like. So go ahead, try out this splendid recipe and go ahead and add your own indian flavour to it, tell us how you made it your own and how much you loved eating this beautiful dish.

        24 Mantra Organic strawberry and basil pie- from lapetitchef
        Every once in a while, you tend to get this feeling inside that says I want to eat some yummy pie. Well whenever you get that feeling all you need to do is put on your apron, get all the ingredients together and check out this amazing recipe. This homemade pie has the perfect flaky buttery crust that you would have tasted. What’s even better is the strawberry flavour that oozes out of this pie as you sink your teeth into it. After a taste of this, one slice of pie isnt gonna cut it. We bet your gonna go back for more so make sure you make a big enough pie. Try this recipe with your friends and family.

        Used Ingredients:
        Organic Sugar | Strawberry Jam

        24 Mantra Organic za’atar roasted chickpea naan pizza- from lapetitchef
        Have you ever been to a party where everything stops when they bring out the food! Well, you can expect the same reaction when you bring out this super cool gourmet style naan pizzas for your guests. And we are sure you already realise what an insane crowd-pleaser they are gonna be. Easy to eat finger food to fuel some amazing conversations and literally kick start your party. the creamy falvour of Mozzarella & cheddar cheese combined with some basil, pesto, and zaatar spices just gives these naan pizzas that captivating and enticing flavour profile. Tyr out this recipe next time you are throwing a party and let us know how much you enjoyed it.

        Used Ingredients:
        Chickpeas | Whole Wheat Atta

        24 Mantra Organic brownie cake with Nutella fudge and sea salt – from lapetitchef
        We are sure you are drooling already after taking a look at this marvelous recipe. It has all the ingredients that will make you sneak back into the kitchen for more. Anyone who is a chocolate fan will love this recipe because it is an overload of chocolate right from the brownie itself to the melted glazed Nutella fudge that you drizzle on top of this beautiful dish. This dessert will make you say goodbye to your diet plan because it is truly irresistible. So why don’t you try this recipe and dig into this gooey, fudgy, delightful brownie on new years eve with your friends and family?

        Used Ingredients:
        Organic Flour

        24 Mantra Organic peanut butter cheesecake tart – from lapetitchef
        Now you can welcome Christmas and all your guests with open arms and not worry about what you are going to serve them. Although this dish is exquisite and is an absolute work of art, believe it or not, it is not that difficult to replicate. All it takes is a little patience, some chocolate, some peanut butter and some tarts. And trust us when we tell you that this recipe is a total show stopper. I mean just look at it, doesn’t it make you jump out of your seat and head to your kitchen and whip up this fantastic dish? Well if it does then what are you waiting for? go and try out this amazing recipe today.

        Used Ingredients:
        Peanut butter

        24 Mantra Organic Chickpea Plantain kofta – from lapetitchef
        A delicious, easy, vegan and gluten free appetizer recipe that you shouldn’t miss this festive season. We are sure your friends and family would love these organic chickpea Plantain Koftas. It literally takes 20 Min which means you dont have to spend hours in the kitchen. With Christmas and New year just around the corner, you really need to arm yourselves with some easy to make croud pleaser recipes and this is just what the doctor ordered for those Situations. So dont hesitate, just try out this Wonderful recipe and tell us how much you loved the dish.

        24 Mantra Organic Banana coconut muffins with peanut butter and walnut streusel – from Lapetitchef
        Just saying the name of this dish out loud will make you go into a Muffin filled fantasy land. With the wholesome goodness of Banana & coconut and the crunchy walnuts with the beautiful flavour of Creamy peanut butter can tantalize anyone’s taste buds. I mean how can someone possibly resist such a delightful recipe. Basically, this dish is a super nutritional muffin that will satisfy any kid’s sweet tooth. Try it our, ask your kid if he or she liked it, and if they did make some more of it. And dont forget to share this recipe with your friends and family, we are sure they will like it too.

        Used Ingredients:
        Peanut butter

        24 Mantra Organic Vegan Millet Porridge – from Lapetitchef
        Health, nutrition, fibre, taste, and all the goodness of organic in an amazing breakfast bowl that will change the way you wake up in the morning. Organic vegan millet porridge is the next breakfast to turn to when you are bored of the same old boring breakfast. Cooked in fragrant coconut milk, these extremely nutritious and gluten free millet are just as delicious eaten sweet. Topped with pomegranate poached pears, kiwi, cranberry chutney, chia seeds,pistachios,walnuts and almond flakes for a healthy and wholesome breakfast.

        Used Ingredients:
        Little Millet | Cinnamon | Honey

        24 Mantra Organic Chickpea and oats Pattie – from Lapetitchef
        Organic Chickpea and Oats Pattie is a super cool, easy to make healthy vegan dish which can be made very quickly and easily. You can wrap the patties in some tortillas and load them up with your favorite veggies. This recipe by @lapetitchef is a must try dish for all the health freaks as it is loaded with lots of nutrition, fibre and it also makes for a super tasty dish. Just click on the link below to check out the complete recipe.

        24 Mantra Organic Roasted pears in jaggery syrup – from Lapetitchef
        The smokiness of Organic Jaggery from 24 Mantra Organics. Topped with walnuts, cranberries and a dollop of yogurt, its a perfectly balanced, elegant dessert you can serve your guests or just eat on your own as you cozy up on the couch for a late night Netflix session.
        This dish is sure to tickle your taste buds and give you a sense of ultimate satisfaction.
        Don’t miss out on this beautiful recipe and try it out today.

        Used Ingredients:
        Jaggery

        24 Mantra Organic Vanilla Lime Pannacotta with Honey Saffron Gelee – from Lapetitchef
        What more do you need in life, a world class dessert with a flavour so good that it will make your taste buds tingle by just thinking about it. This lovely organic vanilla lime pannacotta with honey saffron gelee is a very sought after Italian dish and the textures, tantalizing taste and flavours of this dish is enough to get your heart racing. As always, the Organic Honey is the star of the show and the honey saffron glee is definitely the show stopper. Don’t forget to tell us how much you guys liked this beautiful recipe.

        Used Ingredients:
        Honey

        24 Mantra Organic Persian Jewelled Rice – from Lapetitchef
        Deliciously fruit and dry fruit Organic Persian jewelled Rice can easily take the centre stage in any festive meal. Slightly sweet, aromatic, and packed with high levels of nutrition and fibre, this dish can satisfy any one’s craving this Festive season.
        Don’t forget to try out this recipe by Swayampurna Mishra author of lapetitchef and do let us know your experience while making this dish.

        Used Ingredients:
        Basmati Rice | Nuts & Dry Fruits

        24 Mantra Organic tapioca pudding with honey caramelised pineapples – from Lapetitchef
        Organic honey caramelised pineapples is a easy to make beauty of a dish. The different textures and flavours in this dish is what makes this sweet treat come to life as you bite into each one of its yummy ingredients. Read the complete article by swayampurna mishra and Learn just how simple it is to make this mouthwatering dessert

        Used Ingredients:
        Honey

        24 Mantra Organic Thai Detox Lentil Soup – from Lapetit Chef Refresh your weekend with a warm, tasty, healthy, organic, “Detox Lentil Soup”. This Thai style dish can be how you kick start your day or can even be had as an energy booster in the evenings, especially when you’ve got a lot of work to get done. We’d like to thank “Swayampurna Mishra” for creating a very homely, simple, nutritious and well balanced dish with our 24 Mantra Organic ingredients. So hurry up, read the complete recipe & try out this “Organic Thai Detox Soup”. Oh, and don’t forget to fill us in on how it made a difference to your day.

        Used Ingredients:
        DALS | Turmeric Powder | Chillis

      • Rekha Kakkar

        Meet Rekha Kakkar, the author of “My tasty curry” who is a Delhi based food photographer, food consultant and creative consultant. She believes that food is something that not only nourishes us, but it is also a medium that forms instant connect in the form of shared culture, taste or even memories and becomes a melting pot for many good things in life. Quick, healthy and tasty dishes that anyone can cook, using simple and fresh ingredients. Climb aboard on this splendid organic journey with 24 Mantra Organic and Rekha Kakkar.

        Organic Mantras Recipes

        24 Mantra Organic Italian Lentil Pasta Soup- from My Tasty Curry
        Organic lentils, Pasta, organic herbs and spices, a generous grating of cheese, and lets not forget all the healthy veggies that you would like to add. All these flavours and aromas come together to make one hell of a dish. This soup, unlike others, can become your one bowl dinner meal as it contains all the nutrients and nourishment that one needs in a meal. What’s even better is that this dish consumes very little time and is made with so much ease that you would choose to make this every single day. This one pot meal is a real blessing in the sense that it can really accentuate the flavour profile of every small little ingredient. So if you are a fan of continental cuisine and want to surprise your friends and family with an italian dish with a fun twist to it then you must try this dish.

        24 Mantra Organic Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada – from My Tasty Curry
        Wanna add some spice to your life, here is a brilliant Jodhpuri recipe that will help you do just that. Get some big green chilli peppers stuffed them with spicy aloo masala coat them with some besan batter, fry them and serve them with spicy green chutney and sweet tamarind chutney. Right from the kids to the oldies, every single person is going to love this recipe. This dish can be made in a couple of simple steps. Mirchi Vada is a perfect snack to serve your guests with your evening tea. What distinguishes this recipe from the rest of the mirchi vada recipes is the fact that it is extremely healthy and is made with organic besan flour, organic spices and even deep fried in organic peanut oil. You can take our word for the fact that going organic makes a huge difference to the overall taste. So try it for yourself and you are in for a pleasant surprise.

        24 Mantra Organic Dal Makhni – from My Tasty Curry
        If you think about a Punjabi style dish that is evergreen, easy to make and super tasty then we are sure that the Dal Makhni is one dish which will definitely feature on that list. The aroma, taste and pleasant flavours of this spectacular dish is truly captivating. You can pair it with some amazing Basmati rice, have it with some laccha Parathas, Naans or Rumali Rotis, or you can even have it without anything at all. This Dal Makhni however is a little different. How? well it comes with a health twist, so if you are a fan of this recipe but dont want to compromise on the health factor then you must try out this dish. So what are you waiting for, try this wonderful recipe today!

        Used Ingredients:
        Black Gram Dal | Chilli powder

        24 Mantra Organic Sookhi Urad Dal – from My Tasty Curry
        The flavour of organic spices with a blended of some typical Punjabi tadka, tossing up some khanda, tomatoes, sev, adding some healthy sookhi urad dal and topping this extremely simple dish with a squeeze of lime and generous sprincle of coriander leaves can take you to a state of ultimate nirvana. Each flavour bursting in your mouth to create foodgasmic sensations. We bet you are as excited as we are to try out this extremely easy and delicious dish. So without wasting any more time head to your kitchen and try this splendid recipe today.

        24 Mantra Organic Farra – from My Tasty Curry
        when hunger pangs start drumming away you know you have to do something about it and what better way to control these hunger pangs than to make these amazing delicacies from eastern UP. India has diverse food culture and this recipe is something that not many of you may have known about, but we assure you that these can please anyone’s craving for a scrumptious and healthy meal. But be sure to follow the recipe step by step so that you don’t get stuck at the critical pressure points. Try this recipe today and don’t forget to let us know how much your friends and family loved this splendid recipe from the streets of Chattisgarh.

        Used Ingredients:
        organic Basmati Rice | Besan | Chana dal | Spices | Oil

        24 Mantra Organic Gajar Na Muthia Recipe – from My Tasty Curry
        When you go to Gujarat you will understand how important farsan is to a true Gujarati. From the Theplas to the Fafdas to the Khandwis and the Dhoklas everything about their food is so different and filled with love. With that being said you needn’t doubt for a moment how incredible this traditional Gujarati dish tastes.You can have it with pudina chutney for that awesome flavour and you will agree to the fact that it makes for an exquisite tea time treat. So go on and try this wonderful Na Muthia recipe with your friends and family and live a guilt-free organic life.

        24 Mantra Organic Pesarattu Dosa – from My Tasty Curry
        Apart from the fact that this is an extremely delicious recipe that many of us cannot resist this also happens to be an extremely healthy dish that will load you up with the energy, strength, and stamina to tackle your entire day. I mean, just look at all the ingredients and you will know for yourself. You have the Organic Moong Dal, pureed spinach, Coriander powder, green chillis, lemon juice, and it’s made in the healthiest organic peanut oil. All of this coming together to make one delicious Andhra style dish. Don’t miss out on this recipe, try it out tomorrow for breakfast and tell us how energized you felt the whole day.

        Used Ingredients:
        Moong Dal | Peanut oil | Organic Spices

        24 Mantra Organic Moong Dal Misal – from My Tasty Curry
        If you ask people in Maharashtra what they generally eat for breakfast then we are positive that Misal will definitely feature on the list. Misal pao as they call it is something that is extremely healthy and can keep your hunger pangs in control right until lunch. The moong dal misal is something that can is topped with a variety of garnishes like sev, fresh coriander, chopped onion, chili tomatoes and lemon juice. Just the thought of this wonderful healthy fulfilling dish can take you back to the streets of Maharashtra. And now you can bring the streets of Maharashtra to your kitchen. Just try this fantastic recipe and tell us how much you enjoyed making this delicious dish.

        24 Mantra Organic Chana aloo with Rice – from My Tasty Curry​​
        Organic Chana aloo or Chole aloo a rustic Punjabi dish made with organic Kabuli Channa. The Organic Basmati rice cooked to perfection partnered with this delicious Chole aloo is all you need to make a completely fulfilling meal for you and your family. We are sure that at some point in time you all must have had this all time epic Chana Aloo and rice combo. So don’t just reminisce in the past guys. You have to try this recipe and tell us how you enjoyed it by leaving us a comment.

        24 Mantra Organic Rajma Galouti Kababs – from My Tasty Curry​​
        Rajma galouti Kababs are aromatic and they literally melt in your mouth as soon as you dunk them inside.
        These kebabs are Soft inside and crisp outside. The cashew paste and Paneer gives it a soft texture and a delightful taste.
        Apart from the Rajma this recipe also has some Millet and quinoa which not only makes it wholesome but adds a wonderful crispy layer outside.
        This recipe is a tasty tea time snack, appetizer or can even be a healthy treat your kids can carry in their lunchbox.
        There are so many unique ways to serve it and we want to know how you like to enjoy these kebabs.
        So just click on the link below for the complete recipe.

        24 Mantra Organic Little Millet Pulao – from My Tasty Curry
        ​If you are looking to replace rice from your diet look no further, today’s recipe is just what you need. Little Millet Pulao is delicious pulao recipe​ and it has the nutritious benifits of Little millet which is lower in Glycemic Index value as compared to rice and is a gluten-free grain. Keeping these one pot dishes healthy and nutritious is another challenge, That’s why one must keep trying such dishes which are simple but comforting and taste like absolute heaven.
        So don’t wait any longer, just try this fabulous dish today!

        24 Mantra Organic Ragi and Chocolate Pancakes with – from My Tasty Curry
        The recipe for today is a yum delicious Chocolate and Ragi pancakes with tasty fruits and a generous drizzle of Himalayan Honey. This recipe presented to us by Rekha Kakkar is truly a spectacular dish that anyone would love to sink their teeth into.
        It is a must try for all those people who want to indulge into a yum and healthy dish with the goodness of@24mantraorganic Ragi flour and Honey.
        If you love pancakes then this is one recipe that you should absolutely try out over the weekend.

        Used Ingredients:
        Honey | Ragi flour | Jaggery

        24 Mantra Organic Masoor Dal and Paneer Tikki chat – from My Tasty Curry
        Crispy Tangy and spicy Tikki Chaat recipe, with a delicious and healthy twist. Easy to make, chatpata lip smacking dish that every one will enjoy. So go ahead, brighten your Diwali celebration with this zesty surprise. This recipe will not only take you back to your childhood days, but we are sure that this recipe will get your kids at the dinner table within a matter of a couple of minutes. So don’t wait any longer, and get cracking. Tell us how your Chatt experience was this Diwali with this extremely delightful recipe.

        Used Ingredients:
        Masoor Dal

        24 Mantra Organic Ragi Flakes Upma – from My Tasty Curry
        Bored of your regular everyday breakfast routine, Fear no more you are at the right place! This Organic Ragi Flakes Upma recipe is simple easy to make and really makes for an energized kick start for your day. Don’t hesitate, try this recipe presented to us by Rekha Kakkar and tell us the other ingredients that you experimented with.

        Used Ingredients:
        Ragi Flakes

        24 Mantra Organic Gujarati Dal with Red Rice – from My Tasty Curry
        There is nothing more delightful than an Organic Gujarati Dal made with fried peanuts and ghee tempering to set the perfect mood for your palate. The balance of the sweet and sour of this simple everyday dish will is all one needs for a healthy organic nutritious diet. This dish paired with organic red rice is a splendid combination and is a must try recipe.

        Used Ingredients:
        Dal | Red Rice | Red Chilli | Mustard Seeds | Oil

        24 Mantra Organic Chocolate Falafel Waffle with Baba Ganoush dip – from My Tasty Curry
        Do you know how tasty an Organic Falafel Waffles with a spectacular Baba Ganoush dip would be? This mediterranean dish could satisfy any one’s craving for indulgence without losing out on the health benefits. This dish presented by Rekha Kakkar will be sure to tingle your taste buds and take you through a truly organic experience. Try out this brilliant recipe and tell us what you think.

        Used Ingredients:
        Channa Dal | Kabuli Channa | Organic Spices

      • Shivesh Bhatia

        Meet Shivesh Bhatia, author of “Bake With Shivesh” is an inspiration to all young food bloggers across India. With mouthwatering recipes to the most beautifully crafted cakes and desserts, he is one pastry chef whose dishes you wouldn’t want to miss. Shivesh started blogging since December 2014 and has established himself as one of the youngest Indian Food Bloggers within the food blogging community. Apart from this he also organises baking workshops and teaches you how to create simple yet beautiful recipes. Stay tuned to this space for all things sweet, baked and organic with 24 Mantra Organic and Shivesh Bhatia.

        Organic Mantras Recipes

        24 Mantra Organic Whole wheat banana bread – from Bake with Shivesh
        The aroma of the banana bread as it comes out of the oven is truly mesmerising. This fluffy, sweet, and spongy banana bread bed is the perfect thing to start off your day. You can have it with some jam or some maple syrup, some Nutella, some honey and for the best experience add some more bananas as topping. This is an irresistible recipe and a must try for everyone who wants to go bananas!

        24 Mantra Organic Chocolate pear loaf cake – from Bake with Shivesh
        Here we have yet another marvellous cake recipe from shivesh bhatia. The speciality of shivesh is his simplicity when it comes to the ingredients and the easy to execute these recipes. The combination of chocolate and pears is truly divine and heavenly. The beauty of the cake is that all of the ingredients come together to create this breathtaking dish, and as you cut through the cake you can find a yin-yang split of the pair and chocolate and it actually looks like a food wonder of the world. This dish has the ability to make you crave for more. What’s even better is that this dish is very easy to make, in just a few steps you will have this stunning cake for your indulgence. Try this recipe today!

        24 Mantra Organic Tart Shells – from Bake with Shivesh
        Ever wondered how to make the perfect tart shells? Well, these tart shells are extremely easy to make and are good for any kind of tart right from chocolate tarts, mango tarts, strawberry and cream tarts or any other flavour of tarts that pleases your craving. But if you really analyse the tart separately you will know how important it is to get the tart right. Apart from being an edible cup it also brings in the balance that the overall dish requires. Right from the crunch to the flavouring when the tart crumbles as you bite into it. The trick lies in the batter. Try out this simple tart shell recipe and tell us what flavour of tarts you tried out.

        Used Ingredients:
        Organic Sugar

        24 Mantra Organic Peanut Butter Puff Pastry Rolls – from Bake with Shivesh
        Shivesh says that he is obsessed with the peanut butter from 24 Mantra Organic and its extremely difficult to disagree with the dessert king himself when it comes to the sweet stuff. So this recipe features a flaky puffed up pastry filled with creamy peanutbutter, these puff pastries are baked for 30 – 40 min and topped with some sesame seeds to add that beautiful flavour and crunch to the entire dish as you take a bite into each pastry roll. The young baker also says that we must take his word when he say that “if there is an organic alternative for a particular ingredient then going organic is surely the way to go.” So what are you waiting for, try this recipe today!

        Used Ingredients:
        Peanut Butter | Sesame Seeds

        24 Mantra Organic Peanut Butter Chocolate Brownie- from Bake with Shivesh
        Who can resist the temptation to indulge in these amazing brownies? Soft, spongy and full of flavour. The combination of the chocolate, walnuts, organic sugar and the creamy peanut butter is truly spectacular. The aroma of these brownies are extremely captivating and can lighten up your day in a matter of minuites. Do you still think you can resist the craving to try out one of these delightful brownies? Didn’t think so. So hurry up, put on your apron, pre heat your oven and get ready to make these beautiful brownies. And don’t forget to share this recipe with your friends and family, we are sure they will love it too.

        Used Ingredients:
        Organic Sugar | Peanut Butter

        24 Mantra Organic Citrus Galette- from Bake with Shivesh
        “The market is flooded with citrus of all shapes and sizes. It is so exciting to use the freshest oranges and grapefruits to make my desserts this season,” says Shivesh Bhatia the Dessert Prince. With the mission to make a whole wheat dessert packed with beautiful zesty flavours, we are sure that these will tickle your taste buds alright. We are sure that with every bite into this splendid organic cake you will feel a jolt of energy rushing through you. Make sure you choose the freshest of ingredients for this dish and enjoy this with your family and friends this festive season.

        Used Ingredients:
        Whole Wheat Atta | Organic Sugar

        24 Mantra Organic Smores Cookies – from Bake with Shivesh
        For those of you who don’t know what Smores are, they are traditionally marshmallows and chocolate sandwiched together between two crakers and are usually had when you go camping or on a road trip. This recipe however is a fusion of a cookie and a Smore. The goodness of a cookie with the yummy marshmallow and the chocolate fushion makes this a delightful delicacy. And believe you me, once you have all the ingredients, this dish is super easy to make. With christmas round the corner this is definately a dish that you guys must try out. We are sure that your family will love it and so will you. And don’t forget to tell us how much you loved this fabulous recipe.

        Used Ingredients:
        Organic Sugar

        24 Mantra Organic Flourless Orange Cake – from Bake with Shivesh​​
        Hands down the Flourless Orange cake is one of the most flavourful and extremely easy to make cakes that we have seen so far in the “Organic Mantras Initiative”.
        A simple accentuation of the flavour of the Oranges with the nuttiness of the almonds sweetened to perfection with Organic Sugar is what makes this beautiful cake recipe a total crowd pleaser. This the perfect cake that can go well with your morning coffee or your evening tea. It can be a nice snack for your kids to eat and can even be a beautiful Christmas Cake. Try the recipe, and tell us how much you enjoyed it.

        Used Ingredients:
        organic almonds | organic sugar

        24 Mantra Organic Strawberry Jam Thumbprint Cookie – from Bake with Shivesh
        Here is another superb recipe using our amazing Organic Strawberry Jam. Shivesh Bhatia presents us with yet another cracker of a dish, so full of flavour, and so full of love that it will lighten up even the grumpiest person’s day.
        And let’s not forget, Christmas season is right around the corner and we don’t need a grinch in the house so this easy Organic Strawberry Jam Thumbprint Cookie is just what the doctor ordered.
        So we better get cracking folks click on the link for the complete recipe.

        24 Mantra Organic Strawberry jam doughnut – from Bake with Shivesh
        Organic Strawberry jam doughnut presented to us by @shivesh17 is one dessert that you wouldn’t want to miss. They are delicious and easy to make.These doughnuts are incredibly light, gooey and extremely tasty. The organic sugar lends a super moist texture to the doughnuts says the young pastry chef. So dont wait any longer folks, put on your pastry chef hats click on the links below and get cracking on this amazing marvelous dish.

        24 Mantra Organic Black Tea Cake with Honey Frosting – from Bake with Shivesh
        Dive into the magic of this 6 layer marvelous dessert goddess of a cake and you will be sure to attain absolute nirvana. the softness and sponginess of the “Black Tea Cake” is mouthwatering in itself, but its the colour, the texture, the taste and the aroma of the 24 Mantra Organic Honey Frosting that is the true champion says “Shivesh”. Check out this amazing recipe and tell us how many of you tried it. This is a brilliant dessert with the goodness of Organic Honey! So wait no longer Folks, try out this amazing recipe today!

        Used Ingredients:
        Assam Tea | Honey

        24 Mantra Organic Grapefruit and passion fruit cooler – from Bake with Shivesh
        Want to try a drink that cools your body down in a matter of seconds, look no further. Here is a beautiful mocktail that will take you to paradise as soon as you take your first sip. Shivesh says that the Organic Honey is a perfect addition to the cooler and transports you to a beautiful spring. And what’s even better is that it has no added sugar or preservatives. All it takes is some grape fruit juice, some pulp of passion fruit and some super duper organic honey.
        So what are you waiting for? try this beautiful drink today!

        Used Ingredients:
        Himalayan Multiflower Honey

        24 Mantra Organic Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Sandwich – from Bake with Shivesh
        Ever wondered what a chocolate cookie would taste like with 24 Mantra Organic Peanut-butter? Well you can rest assured that Shivesh one of india’s finest dessert blogger knows just how to blend both these ingredients together and plate a truly exquisite “Organic Chocolate Peanut-butter Cookie Sandwich” Read the complete recipe, try out this delicious dish and tell us what you thought.

      • Organic Dal Makhni

        Procedure

        • Wash and soak black urad dal ( black gram) overnight.
        • Cook the soaked dal in 5 cups of water with salt and red chili powder till beans are tender and creamy in pressure cooker it approximately 25 minutes.
        • After the dal is cooked, let the pressure cooker sit for a while so as to release the pressure on it’s own.

        Take out about 1/2 cup of dal and blend it in a blender jar, keep it aside.
        If cooking in slow cooker it takes about 7-8 hrs to cook dal makhani in slow cooker.

        • When dal is cooking you can prepare the tempering for dal makhani.
        • Take a thick bottom pan, heat the butter or ghee, add chopped ginger and fresh tomato puree. (If you are adding garlic you can add sliced garlic first before adding ginger and tomato puree)
        • Saute till tomatoes are well mashed and butter separates, add boiled black gram dal and mix well.
        • At this stage also add, blended dal and 3/4 cup full cream milk and let the dal simmer for 10 minutes.
        • Serve it topped with 1 tbsp of fresh butter with Paratha or Nan.

        RECIPE NOTES

        • Now conventionally when you are cooking Dal makhani you do not bother about the amount of cream or butter that goes into it, but since I am trying to eat healthy I tried this substitution instead of adding cream I used ¾ cups of milk and that worked quite well.
        • I used Organic Ingredients from 24 Organic Mantra , Whole BlackGram dal, Spices etc
      • Organic Vegetable Kofta Balls In Tomato Sauce

        Procedure

        Make the sauce:

        • Wash the tomatoes, scoop out the eyes and quarter them. Peel and chop the carrots. Place the tomatoes and carrots in a pressure cooker and cover them with water. Pressure cook until the first whistle and then turn off the heat.
        • Allow to cool and blend to a fine puree.
        • In a pan, heat the oil and once the oil is warm enough, add the bay leaf and the ground tomato puree.
        • Put in the cayenne or red chili powder, freshly ground black pepper, and sugar. Season with salt and boil for 5 minutes or until the sauce is nice and thick.

        Make the kofta balls:

        • Grate the veggies in a bowl. In another bowl, put in the gramflour, salt and all the spices and mix well. Put in the grated veggies and mix until the flour and veggies are well combined. Add more flour if required. Do not over mix or over knead the dough as over kneading makes the dough sticky and difficult to handle.
        • Make small balls or koftas and bake them (at 180 C for about 20 minutes), fry them in an appa chetty or aebleskiver pan or deep fry the koftas in hot oil.
        • Mix in the koftas into the tomato sauce. Serve over spaghetti, pasta, quinoa or millets.
        • If you use watery vegetables, the amount of gramflour used solely depends on the water content of the vegetables used.
      • Organic strawberry and basil pie

        Procedure

        • Measure and mix the water and ACV together. Place in the fridge till needed. Start by combining the dry ingredients, flour, cornstarch, salt and sugar well. Next add the chilled cubes of butter to the flour mix and toss them well. Using either a pastry cutter or just your fingers, cut the flour with the butter till its mixed and butter is of pea size.
        • Now, add the water + ACV mixture (half of it ) to the mixture. Bring it all together. The dough shouldn’t be too dry. If it, just add a teaspoon at atime till the dough comes together
        • Now give the dough good 4-5 kneads, thats it. Shape it into a disc, wrap in cling film and put it in the fridge for 2 hours before use. When ready, remove to the counter for 5 mins. Dust the area liberally with flour and cut the dough in half. Cover and put the other half in fridge.
        • Roll out the dough with gentle with strong strokes till its about 1/4 inch thick , flouring as necessary. Now, gently life it up and drape it over your arms and gently cover it over the pie dish. Carefully press the dough into the edges of the pie dish. Cover and Chill. Roll out the other disc in similar fashion till 1/4 inch thick. Cut out shapes using a cookie cutter for the top. Chill till the pie is filled.
        • Fill it up as desired. Gently lay the stars on top of the pie and cut off the hanging over dough with a knife. Chill again for 30 mins (this helps prevent shrinking during baking) and bake as per directions. Done!!

        For the filling

        • Start by microwaving the strawberry jam for 30 secs till slightly liquid. Slice the strawberries thin and tear the basil into tiny bits.
        • Spread the strawberry jam all over the crust, top it with sliced strawberries, the lemon juice and basil leaves. Add some almond flakes if desired, optional.
        • Now layer the star pieces of the dough over the filling. Brush some plain milk all over the crust. Sprinkle some granulated sugar all over the crust. Bake in a pre heated oven at 180 C or 350F for 40-45 mins or till the crust is golden. If it starts browning before time, cover the pie with a foil but continue to bake or the dough will remain uncooked at the bottom.
        • Remove the pie and let it cool for 30 mins. Serve hot.

        RECIPE NOTES

        • Don’t add too much jam to this as the crust will get soggy.
        • Frozen pie dough can be stored in the freezer for two months. Just let it thaw for 30 mins on the counter before proceeding with rolling it out.
      • Wheatgrass

        organic wheat grass

        What Is Wheatgrass?

        Wheatgrass is the young grass of the wheat plant, Triticum aestivum. It grows in temperate regions throughout Europe and the United States and can live indoors or outdoors. Many people grow their own wheatgrass by putting wheat seeds in water and then harvesting the leaves.

        Wheatgrass is a natural source of vitamins and minerals (a few of which are antioxidants) including: Vitamins A, E, C, K, B6, Calcium, Selenium, Magnesium & Iron

        Various benefits of Wheatgrass –

        Wheatgrass Juice is one of the best sources of living chlorophyll available today. Wheatgrass juice contains up to 70% chlorophyll, which is an important blood builder. The chlorophyll molecules closely resemble that of the hemin molecule, the pigment which combines with protein to form hemoglobin. Chlorophyll can be extracted from many plants, but wheatgrass is superior because it has been found to have over 100 elements needed by man. If grown in organic soil, it absorbs 92 of the known 115 minerals from the soil.

        The bland soothing effect of chlorophyll (wheatgrass) ointments are very beneficial to the treatment of various skin diseases involving the outer and underlying layers of the skin, including: itching and burning of the rectum; ivy poisoning; weeping and dry eczema and even in conditions caused by insect bites or infection.

        Liquid chlorophyll washes drug deposits, neutralizes toxins, helps purify the liver and improves blood sugar problems.

        A small amount of wheatgrass juice in the human diet helps prevent tooth decay and will help eliminate toothache.

        Overall Wheatgrass helps oxygenate the body, boost metabolism, rebuilds blood cells, restores fertility, rebuilds damaged tissues, improves digestion, boosts the immune system and a lot more.

        How can you include wheatgrass into your diet?

        Fresh Wheatgrass juice – Fresh wheatgrass juice can be made at home or it can be got at juice bars. You can buy fresh wheatgrass in a food store and use a wheatgrass juicer to masticate it into juice.

        Drink fresh juiced wheat grass alongside other fruits and vegetables, such as berries, bananas, spinach and apples. Use pleasant-tasting items high in antioxidants to mask the flavor of wheat grass and encourage removal of toxins. The wheat grass detox diet calls for a 1-ounce “shot” of wheat grass before each meal.

        Here are some other recipes to make wheatgrass juices –

        Fruit smoothie: For this, you can blend ½ a banana, 1 cup frozen berries or mangoes, 1 cup water and around 2 fluid ounces of wheatgrass juice together. Add water according to the thickness you desire. Drink this smoothie fresh and cold.

        Easy juice using a blender: Take ½ cup of freshly cut wheatgrass (bought or homegrown). Add 2-3 cups of water and blend at high speed in a fruit or vegetable blender for at least one minute. The pulp will float to the top. Strain this juice and add some fresh lemon juice. Lemon gives a fresh, tangy flavor to the juice. Drink this economical and no-fuss juice immediately to enjoy the best benefits.

        Rising Sun: You can make this juice using 2 ounces of organic wheatgrass juice and 6 ounces lemonade.

        Solarizer: Blend 1 ounce organic wheatgrass juice and 6 ounces of carrot juice. Drink this immediately.

        Savory juice (green juice): This variant includes 2 oz fresh wheatgrass, 3 stalks of celery, 2 medium-sized cucumbers, fresh parsley (1/2 cup) and a few fresh spinach leaves (about 5 will do). Cut all the vegetables into small bits. Place in juicer, add required amount of water and blend well.

        Fruit Cocktail (Sweet Grass Special): This recipe requires 1 large orange, 2 red apples, and pinch of ground cinnamon powder, 1 oz fresh wheatgrass and 1 tsp organic honey. Once the fruits are blended well, combine the other ingredients in a pitcher. Sprinkle some cinnamon powder on top and enjoy this refreshing cocktail.

      • Organic Peanut Butter Chocolate Brownie

        PROCEDURE

        • Butter an 8″ square pan and pre-heat your oven to 180C.
        • In a saucepan set over low heat, melt butter and chocolate. Let it cool.
        • Combine sugar and eggs. Add the cooled chocolate mixture.
        • Add in the flour, cocoa powder and baking powder. Fold in the walnuts
          Transfer the batter to the baking dish. Top with peanut butter and using a skewer, make swirls.
        • Bake at 180C for 30 minutes.
      • Organic Kala Channa Pulao

        Procedure

        • Wash and soak the black chickpeas in plenty of water overnight or for 7 to 8 hours. Drain the water and place the soaked chickpeas in the pressure cooker with 3 cups water. Pressure cook the chickpeas until the first whistle, lower the heat and then cook for 20 minutes. Turn off the heat and allow to cool.
        • After the chickpeas cool down, strain the cooked chickpeas and reserve the cooking water. Add plain water into the reserved water to make it 3 cups.
        • Wash and soak the basmati rice in water for 30 minutes to an hour.
        • In a blender put in the tomatoes, coriander, mint leaves, ginger and chili if using and blend to a smooth puree.
        • In a heavy bottomed pan, with a tight fitting lid, heat the oil until warm. Put in the cinnamon stick and the cloves, stir fry for a few seconds until the spices start to sizzle, add the asafetida powder and then put in the ground puree.
        • Add in the rest of the spices, the coriander seed powder, cumin seed powder, red chili powder, turmeric powder and mix well.
        • After the oil begins to separate from the ground masala, add the drained rice and the drained cooked chickpeas.
        • Pour in the reserved chickpea water, add the salt and garam masala powder, give it a good stir and bring to a boil.
        • Turn down the heat, cover with a tight lid and cook until done.
        • Serve hot or warm with raita.
        • Serves 4 to 6
      • Organic Sookhi Urad Dal

        Procedure

        • Wash the urad dal and soak it for 30-25 minutes.
        • Pressure cook the dal with salt, asafetida, turmeric powder and 1 cup of water for 2 whistles.
        • If you don’t want to use pressure cooker you may have to cook the dal in 1.5 cups of water for little longer, till dal is cooked al dante.
        • By the time steam/pressure is released naturally you can prepare Tadka/tempering.
        • For making tempering heat ghee/oil in the big pan, add cumin seeds. Once cumin starts to splutter add green chili, ginger.
        • Cook for few seconds and add finely chopped onion. Cook for 2-3 minutes on medium heat till onion start to turn light pink.
        • Then add chopped tomatoes and cook till tomatoes are pulpy. Now add red chili powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder and cook everything together for 2-3 minutes on medium heat.
        • Now add cooked dal to the pan, if some water is left, cook the dal for few more minutes in the uncovered pan to allow the water to dry up.
        • Top it with green coriander leaves and squeeze lime over it.
        • Serve the sookhi dal with Chapati Paratha or any flat bread.
      • Organic za’atar roasted chickpea naan pizza

      • Organic Eggless Ragi Brownies Recipe

      • Organic Farra

      • Organic Citrus Galette

        INGREDIENTS

        PROCEDURE

        • Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
        • In a food processor, combine flour, oats, sugar and cold butter. Pulse until the mixture resembles a course meal.
        • Add water and mix until the dough begins to come together.
        • Transfer the dough onto a plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
        • Roll out the chilled dough on a lightly floured surface.
        • Transfer the dough to a skillet. Place orange and grapefruit slices and fold over the edges over the fruit.
        • Sprinkle with brown sugar
        • Bake at 180C for 20 minutes or until the crust is golden-brown.
      • Organic brownie cake with Nutella fudge and sea salt

      • Organic Gajar Na Muthia Recipe

      • Organic Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug

      • Organic Eggless Gingerbread Waffles

      • Organic Panchmel Dal

      • Organic Eggless whole wheat ginger cookies

      • Organic Pesarattu Dosa

        Procedure

        • Soak the moong dal for2-3 4 hours.
        • Grind together with green chillis, spinach puree and some salt + water.
        • The batter is more coarse than dosa, add the amount of water keeping in mind end result of pesarattu you want.
        • If you prefer spongy pesarattu like me, then keep the batter a bit on the thicker side.
        • Heat a non stick tawa and spread one ladle-full of batter like a crepe.
        • Drizzle with some peanut oil. When one side is cooked flip it and cook from the other side as well.
        • You can serve them like this or you can fill them with filling of your choice.
        • I filled them with paneer bhurji this time. Recipe of paneer bhurji link given in recipe notes.
      • Organic peanut butter cheesecake tart

        Procedure

        • Start by whipping the cream on high till firm peaks form. Set aside. In another bowl, beat peanut butter and cream cheese until smooth. with a spatula until completely blended.
        • Now add the sugar, vanilla essence and salt and beat until very smooth. Gently fold in the whipped cream till blended.
        • Fill the tart shells to the top. Freeze for an hour atleast.

        For the ganache

        • Heat up the cream but dont boil it. Now add the cream over the chopped chocolate. Let it sit for 2 mins, then whisk till mixed.
        • Remove the tarts from the fridge and gently spoon the ganache on top on the peanut butter cheesecake. Again put it the fridge for an hour.
        • To serve:

          • Remove the tarts from the fridge. Add a little more peanut butter cheesecake in the centre , now place the almond on top of it. Shave some chocolate over it and garnish with an edible flower. Serve!!
    • Radhika Subramanian

      Meet Radhika Subramanian, Food blogger and author of “tickling palates”. She started cooking when she was 11 years old and has never looked back. Her photography, step by step guide and the simplicity with which all the recipes are presented is brilliant. Radhika Subramanian is a specialist when it comes to vegetarian and vegan recipes. Join us in this new organic cooking adventure with 24 Mantra Organic and Radika Subramanian.

      Organic Mantras Recipes

      24 Mantra Organic Oatmeal Breakfast Bars – from Tickling Palates
      Who says you can’t make snack bars within the comfort of your home. It is extremely easy to make and boy this is a super healthy snack in comparison to the sugary snack bars available in the market. Made with the goodness of whole wheat flour, the flavour and the crunch with the almonds & raisins. The Flax seeds in the bars truly make this dish extremely healthy. This breakfast bar is for a quick bite when you are hungry and it has all the energy to keep you going hunger free for a long time. Your kids are gonna love it and you will be sure that they are getting the nutrition they require in one yummy delicious snack bar.

      Organic Brown Rice Adai – from Tickling Palates
      Want to seamlessly incorporate brown rice into your diet a whole grain that is not only gluten-free but also a natural source of dietary fiber. then this is the perfect recipe for you. This not only preserves the nutritional value of brown rice, it also camouflages the taste and gives your adai a perfect texture and brings that super crispiness. Rest assured that your kids are gonna love this brilliant dish. Serve this brown rice adai with aviyal, butter, jaggery, molaghapodi and chutneys of your choice.

      24 Mantra Organic Bhaja Muger Dal – from Tickling Palates
      Dals are an everyday delicacy of Indian cuisine and it takes care of your day to day protein requirement especially if you are a vegetarian. And when you choose to go organic, the taste, flavour and everything else about the recipe gets enhanced. Serve it rice for lunch, or with chapati for dinner and you will be guaranteed a homely and heartwarming recipe.

      24 Mantra Organic Iced Strawberry Tea – from Tickling Palates
      Many of you would have tried Iced teas in a cafe or a restaurant, but what if we told you that you could get an equally refreshing iced tea in the comfort of your own home, well making this iced tea is extremely simple and you can change up the flavour of the iced tea based on your preference. Strawberries are in season right now and if you have the chance you must go out to the market and get some fresh strawberries for this recipe. So go ahead, check out this recipe and in a few simple steps, your Organic Iced Strawberry Tea recipe is ready. Try it out, and make sure you make a lot of it and keep it nice and cold in the fridge so that you can keep coming back for refills.

      Used Ingredients:
      Assam Tea | Organic Sugar

      24 Mantra Organic Eggless Ragi Brownies Recipe – from Tickling Palates
      Apart from being gluten free, egg free & butter free we have the good fortune that these are made from ragi flour, flax seeds which are extremely healthy some almonds and cashews to give it that crunch and an amazing burst of flavours and last but not the least the textures, aromas and flavours of our addictive organic honey and creamy peanut butter. This recipe is a must try this festive season. Spread some love and happiness by welcoming your guests with this super tasty treat.

      Used Ingredients:
      Ragi Flour | Flax Seeds | Cashews | Almonds | Honey | Peanut butter

      24 Mantra Organic Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug- from Tickling Palates
      An eggless organic Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake, sounds delicious right? You bet! It’s these simple and wonderful recipes that are the most satisfying. Imagine sitting with a mug underneath your blanket and relishing this gooey chocolate cake with peanut butter oozing out of it in the middle. Don’t you wanna get your hands on this fantastic recipe. We are sure you are tempted, so check out the recipe and get cracking. And this will make for an awesome new years party dessert. That is considering you have enough number of mugs to serve your guests 2 servings!

      24 Mantra Organic Eggless Gingerbread Waffles – from Tickling Palates
      When you talk about waffles you’ve got one important decision to make, whether to eat them hot or cold. We’re sure you all agree that these lovely gingerbread waffles drizzling with honey and strawberry jam syrup are the stuff legends are made of. I mean what else will one need in life. And like we said earlier, you can even enjoy these waffles with a dollop of ice cream and some Nutella chocolate sauce. And don’t worry if you don’t have a waffle iron you don’t have to miss out on the Whole wheat gingerbread awesomeness just because of that. Try the recipe on a pan, We assure you it tastes brilliant that way too.

      24 Mantra Organic Foxtail Millet Honey Balls – from Tickling Palates
      Thenum Thinai Maavum as they call it in Tamil is generally served as prasad after a Pooja, this easy, simple and extremely yummy recipe will take you literally 20 Min to make. That’s it, I mean who would have thought a delicious and healthy millet honey laddoo ready for you to enjoy in such a short period of time. Just the sight of these lovely laddoos is so tantalizing, and one can only imagine the crunch when you bite into those healthy organic dry fruits in every little ladoo. This is literally a super cure for someone with a sweet tooth. With so much health, you can choose to indulge a little. Try this recipe today and tell us how much you liked it!

      Used Ingredients:
      Foxtail Millets | Cardamom | Wild Honey | Cashews

      24 Mantra Organic Vegan Millet Burrito Bowl – from Tickling Palates​​
      This Burrito Bowl is made with Barnyard Millet and topped with a creamy Avocado Mint sauce not only for the the oomph…factor but also for the added taste and for extra moisture. Scoop the flesh of the avocado and add it to a mixie jar or food processor. Add mint leaves and the rest of the ingredients for the sauce. Finally add and spread the cooked millet scoop a ladle full of spicy kidney beans onto the centre and top it with avocado mint sauce. Enjoy this amazing recipe with your family and tell us how much you loved the recipe.

      24 Mantra Organic Millet Arancini Kebab – from Tickling Palates​​
      A delicious, eggless, fusion starter or appetizer combining the Italian Arancini balls and the Indian Kebab.
      All of this using Organic Kodo Millet from 24 Mantra Organic. These kababs look absolutely lip smacking and taste even better. Millets are ancient grains, no doubt but we don’t have to stick to the traditional stuff, do we?
      We have to switch things up a bit sometimes, indulge a little and that’s what makes this an awesome recipe. Not only is this a heavenly snack that you can enjoy sitting back on your couch, but they are incredibly healthy.
      Now, we are sure many of you are going to try out this dish over the weekend, we are sure your you and your family will love this brilliant dish. So go ahead, check out this recipe and tell us how much you loved it!

      24 Mantra Organic Honey Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe – from Tickling Palates
      These cookies are slightly crisp around the edges and have a soft centre that is a delight to sink your teeth in. These cookies taste best when warm out of the oven and they make your whole house smell like peanut butter.
      So if you are a cookie fan then this recipe will make you go gaga.

      24 Mantra Organic Curried Millets – from Tickling Palates
      I used 24 Mantra Organic foxtail millet in this recipe as it’s my favorite and I love its nutty taste says “Radhika Subramanian” Author of Tickling Palates. She wondered how cool it would be if we can make a recipe into a grab and go wholesome meal. Some cooked millets, some protein and some nice masalas are all the things you require for this splendid recipe. You can try your own variations by using paneer, cooked chickpeas, kidney beans or sprouted moong beans if you want to add other forms of protein. Try this recipe today and tell us what was the secret ingredient that you used in your curried millet recipe.

      24 Mantra Organic Sattu Laddu – from Tickling Palates
      These yellow balls of heaven can easily become your go to treat this festive season. This extremely easy to make and tasty laddu can be made within a matter of a few minutes and will keep your kids coming back for more and more. Filled with some extremely nutritious and fibrous Organic dry fruits, they make for a great energy booster. Apart from that the sattu ka atta also makes it that much healthier.
      Don’t hesitate to try this incredibly tasty laddu and tell us what ingredients you added to give the recipe your special touch.

      24 Mantra Organic Whole Wheat Bran Apple Muffins Recipe – from Tickling Palates
      This article is a must read for anyone trying out this recipe as you hear how Radhika Subramanian tells you exactly what you need to make this amazingly soft and moist Whole Wheat Bran Apple Muffin. Whats even better is that this is complete guilt free indulgence given the fact that this dish gives you your daily dose of fibre and omega 3 fatty acids and is packed with the nutritional powers to kick start your day, or can even be had as a yum tea snack.

      24 Mantra Organic Millet Tamarind Rice Recipe – from Tickling Palates
      Millets are Ancient Grains that mankind has known their nutrition value for centuries. They are naturally gluten – free. Low on carbs and high on fiber. Millets are ideal for diabetics looking for an alternative grain to rice. Check out this amazing recipe by Radhika Subramanian and tell us some interesting variations of Millets that you have incorporated in your diet.

      24 Mantra Organic Sattu Paratha – from Tickling Palates
      Have you ever tasted an Organic Sattu Paratha ? Perhaps popular in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh… It is healthy, nutritious and delightfully different! Now Tickling Palates and 24 Mantra Organic take you on a discovery of Organic Sattu Paratha. Get ready. Here is a recipe with step by step photos. These shallow fried flat breads are a speciality of the Bihar region where the paratha is stuffed with a mildly spiced roasted gram flour filling that makes a great breakfast option.

      Used Ingredients:
      Sattu Atta | Whole Wheat Flour | Ajwain

    • Anushruti RK

      Meet Anushruti RK, recipe developer, food writer and photographer based in Mumbai, specializing in pure vegetarian and sattvik recipes. Divinetaste is a catalogue of her quest for simple and exotic pleasures in food that lead to tremendous overall wellbeing with simple healthful recipes. Food and aspects relating to it, have always fascinated her, so join 24 Mantra Organic and Anushruti RK as we take you through the world of organic living.

      Organic Mantras Recipes

      24 Mantra Organic Eggless Dark Chocolate Cake With Chocolate Fudge Icing – from Divine Taste
      This beautiful double layer chocolate cake is a fantasy for any chocolate lover. Sweetened to perfection with organic sugar and Topped with a generous sprinkle of the flavourful and crunchy almonds, pistachio and chocolate gratings. The overall combination of the chocolate fudge and the chocolate cake is just divine. You can bake this marvellous cake for birthdays, house warming parties, or any gathering where everyone loves chocolate. We are sure you are already drooling all over this cake, so stop drooling and grab your chef’s hat. Try this recipe and tell us how much you loved it.

      Used Ingredients:
      Organic Sugar | Cashews | Almonds |

      24 Mantra Organic Masala Bhaat – from Divine Taste
      The sublime taste of Masala Bhath and the beautiful aromas it leaves in the house is truly divine. The spices used in this preparation is what is the true essence of the recipe. Goda Masala is very easy to make and it really elevates the taste of the rice and the vegetables that you add. To make this healthy you can add many different types of vegetables of your choice and let us know which one you liked best by leaving us a nice comment. This recipe makes for one of the most gratifying meals so go ahead and try this for a meal next Sunday with your family.

      24 Mantra Organic Wholewheat No Yeast No Oven Pizza – from Divine Taste
      Who said you need yeast or you need an oven to make a delicious cheesy pizza. I mean what can get better than homemade whole-wheat pizzas, with ingredients that you can find in your house. So if you are looking for a happy little pizza recipe to lighten up your spirits and mood then you can call off your search right away. Once you have a crisp pizza base all you need to do is assemble the rest of the ingredients. You can start by spreading the tomato sauce, then sprinkle some chopped bell peppers, olives and a generous shower of mozzarella cheese, and finally spoon a few drops of oil on the sides, cover the pizza and cook until the cheese melts. Viola, in a matter of a couple of simple and easy to follow steps, your whole wheat, no yeast and no oven pizza is ready to be devoured.

      Used Ingredients:
      Whole Wheat Flour | Organic Sugar

      24 Mantra Organic Vegetable Thalipeeth – from Divine Taste
      Here is a traditional Maharashtrian recipe made with 4 types of flours. A nutritious pancake made with different kinds of flours, making it delicious and more importantly nutritious also. You can add vegetables of your choice to make it more nutritious. The Vegetables used In this recipe are carrots, cucumbers, pumpkin or bottle gourd and the results have been superb. Pair it with some homemade curd and some spicy red chili chutney called ranjak or kempu chutney for the most satisfying experience. You can also choose to have it with some Mango Chutny or some amla chutney as well. Try this recipe today and do let us know how much your friends and family loved it.

      24 Mantra Organic Vegetable Kofta Balls In Tomato Sauce – from Divine Taste
      Spaghetti and meatballs a traditional Italian recipe that vegetarians can’t enjoy. Well think again, this recipe just got a vegetarian twist to it. These vegetarian kofta balls in tomato sauce is an amazing dish that can be had with spaghetti. The gram flour in the kofta balls is protein rich and the vegetables add many nutrients to them. These kofta balls are quite versatile. You can fold them into any curry or sauce of your choice or even dunk them into a kadhi to eat with rice. try out this beautiful recipe today and tell us how much you enjoyed it.

      24 Mantra Organic Kala Channa Pulao – from Divine Taste
      Want to add some protein and carbs in your diet, then we’ve got just the recipe you are looking for. Kala channa or brown channa is a very good source of protein especially for a vegetarian and let’s not forget that organic basmati rice is an excellent source of carbohydrates. What makes this recipe even more spectacular is the simplicity with which it can be made and how exquisite it actually tastes. The soothing taste of this recipe can be attributed to the organic spices used to prepare this dish.Pair it with a nice pomegranate raita and make it one of the most satisfying meals ever. Go ahead try this recipe today, it’s extremely easy to make and we are sure that your whole family will love it.

      Used Ingredients: