This delightful preparation has been traditionally used as a snack for girls. Shatavari has array of health benefits especially for women which ranges from promoting reproductive health to improving immunity. A rejuvenating Rasayana, this adaptogenic herb has antidepressant qualities and can help manage physical and psychological stress. Read on for how to prepare this gluten-free and vegan nutritious snack.
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Try this Ayurvedic Shatavari ladoo for boosting your overall health and well-being. Filled with the goodness of herbs, seeds, and dry fruits, these laddus make a tasty and nutritious treat.
8 whole dried dates (seedless)
¼ cup almonds
¼ cup raisins & figs
¼ figs or walnuts
3 tbsp sesame seeds
3 tbsp chia seeds
2 tspGood Lyfe Project Shatavari Superoot Powder
Take a pan and dry roast almonds on a low flame for a couple of minutes. Stir at intervals.
Transfer roasted almonds to a food processor and keep aside.
Dry roast sesame seeds in the same pan on low heat for a few minutes.
Add them to the food processor along with dates, raisins, and figs.
Add in the Shatavari powder and blend into a fine powder.
Take the mix and make small round balls.
The stickiness of dates and raisins helps to bind the ladoos together.
- It is advisable to consume Shatavari moderately. Take care not to consume more than 6 grams in a day.
- You can also add powdered oats to add more fibres to the Ladoos
- Store the ladoos in an airtight container to prolong their shelf life.