This is one of my favorite treats!

This stewed fruit recipe is so yummy and a perfect choice for a sweet craving.

A little over 4 years ago, I stumbled onto an online Ayurvedic cooking class offered by Maharishi University of Management online education.

This is the class that changed everything for me. I had my big aha moment when I understood the importance of digestion.

Until this course, I had been struggling with horrific digestive troubles that would wake me up in the middle of the night in sweats and indigestion.

This is where I “met” Chef Dominique who at that time was one of the chefs at the Raj, one of the most prestigious Ayurvedic hotel and spa in America.

He re-taught me how to really taste and enjoy food.

Chef Dominique said,

The key to perfect health is perfect digestion, and not just digestion in the stomach, but cellular digestion. How well we metabolize our foods and convert them into the end-product. And the end-product of food is a substance called in Sanskrit, Ojas, which is the bio-chemical equivalent of Bliss-Consciousness in the physiology.

This is definitely what I experience when I prepare and then eat stewed fruit!

And it’s so easy to make!

 Preparation:

Place all ingredients (except nuts) in a pot and add a few tablespoons of water.

Bring to a boil, cover and simmer on lower heat for 15 minutes.

Then remove from stove, let cool.

Remember to remove cloves and cinnamon stick.

Finally add the chopped nuts.

Leave me a comment to let me know how you like it!

By the way this stewed fruit recipe is perfect for Vata dosha.

If you want to know more about how to beat your sweet cravings, read here.

Stewed Fruit
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Ingredients
  1. 1 apple, peeled, cored and chopped
  2. 1 pear, peeled, cored, and chopped
  3. 4 prunes, soaked
  4. 2 figs, soaked
  5. 2 dates, pitted and chopped
  6. 8 cloves
  7. 2-inch piece cinnamon stick
  8. 10 almonds, soaked overnight, skins removed after soaking
  9. ¼ cup walnuts
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients (except nuts) in a pot and add a few tablespoons of water. Bring to a boil, cover and simmer on lower heat for 15 minutes.
  2. Remove from stove, let cool.
  3. Remove cloves and cinnamon stick. Add nuts.
Adapted from Maharishi Ayurvedic Cooking
Adapted from Maharishi Ayurvedic Cooking
Laure Carter https://www.laurecarter.com/
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