Firstly this is a recipe that when use in conjunction with an Agni building diet will nourish the body and give you a solid foundation to start your day.
Although on the other hand if your Agni (Digestive Fire) is not kindled this can be very hard and slow to digest and exacerbate the heaviness (Kaphic) qualities of the bread. You can add more Onion but you are better off attending to your digestion first.
This is a recipe I have been using for a long time and I am very surprised it has not gone mainstream, as its cheap and leaves you feeling really nourished and grounded.
The qualities of this meal are Kaphic and Rajistic. In other words – A grounding to get you started for the day and fuel the fire your belly while also adding weight thus eluding the body of hunger for a decent time.
I generally use more Garlic than this recipe has and more oil as I am predominantly Vata (Air/space)
Half a Small Lemon
Half an Avocado
Half a Handful of Almonds
Two slices of wholemeal Organic Sour Dough
2 cloves of Garlic
Half a large Sweet Potato
Half one Red Onion
Three Tbsp of Homemade Dill and Ginger Mayonnaise – Recipe to Come
3 leaves of Basil
Half a Sweet Vine grown Tomato
Virgin Olive Oil
Chop Sweet Potato into cubes and steam until soft
Add Mayonnaise, Almonds and Sweet Potato to blitzer and mix adding Olive oil until smooth.
Finely dice – Toms, Red onion
Finely Slice Avocado
Mash Garlic in a mortar and pessle
Toast Sourdough lightly
Spread Sweet Potato mix on bread
Add Garlic and chopped ingredients
Salt and Pepper to taste – Pippali is an added bonus if you can source it as it aids digestion and is good for all Dosha’s