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Here we give to you an ayurvedic recipe for a ginger pear crisp that replaces the unhealthy aspects of your average pear crisp with healthier alternatives.
Pear and ginger both have a great number of benefits.
Combine them both to make this delicious and healthy dessert.
A ginger pear crisp is a delicious dessert but tends to be on the unhealthier side. But, the truth is that both pears and ginger have a number of Ayurvedic benefits. Pear (nashpati) is a sweet and light fruit and balances all three doshas, while ginger (adrak) balances the vata and kapha and is excellent for the digestive and respiratory systems.
Here is a recipe for a healthy and hearty ayurvedic ginger pear crisp
4 tbsp grated ginger
1 cups all purpose flour (maida)
1 cup oats
2/3 cup honey
½ cup ghee
Peel, seed and chop the pears.
Squeeze the juice from one lemon over the pears.
Combine these two in a saucepan along with the grated ginger and let it simmer for 10-12 minutes.
While this mixture is simmering, separately combine the flour, oats, honey and ghee.
Divide this mixture into two equal parts. Place one half into a baking tin and pat it down till firm.
Pour the pear and ginger mixture on top of it and cover it with the remaining flour and oat mixture.
Bake for 40 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Once you take it out of the oven, allow it to cool till it firms and then take it out of the baking pan.
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