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Prosperity and Joy turns 1 today

Last Gudi Padwa, we started Prosperity and Joy. When we started, we had only one thing in our mind and that is to support everyone for prosperous and joyful life. Thanks to all our viewers and readers for their love and support. Thanks to our clients for availing our services. Thank you for giving an opportunity to make a difference in your life. We thought of covering many aspects of life and we have been fairly successful. When we look back, it is a great feeling of satisfaction and pride. We shared various aspects of Indian culture including traditions and astrology. We also shared various ways to make your life happier including Reiki and NLP. We have been regularly sharing healthy recipes with you. All in all, we share our fun and enjoyment with you. We also shared some of our time tested products and services with you. Let it be Vedic Astrology course that is starting tomorrow or Vedic Maths course that just got over. We also developed a ‘Good Times’ calendar that many pe

Ragi Coconut Dessert

Happy Gudhi Padwa to all. Today is Prosperity and Joys’s Birthday too.   Let’s wish our blog a very happy birthday. On the occasion of double happiness, let me share the dessert that my hubby likes the most. This is a combination of Ragi, coconut and jaggery. It’s nutritious and delicious. Kids love this soft and tasty sweet. This recipe has its roots in Goa. Ingredients: 1.        1 cup finger millet (Ragi/Nachani) 2.        3/4th cup fresh grated coconut 3.        ½ to 3/4th cup jaggery 4.        3-4 cups water 5.        1/4th teaspoon salt 6.        2 teaspoon clarified butter 7.        1 teaspoon dry fruit powder /cardamom powder 8.        3-4 cashew nuts 9.        Sliced almonds 2-3 Servings: 3 Procedure: 1.    Wash ragi and soak it overnight in 1 and ½ cup of water. 2.     Next day, add ragi and coconut into a grinder, add ½ cup of warm water and grind it into a smooth paste 3.    Strain the

Sprouted Moong Dosa

H ere comes a simple and healthy version of Dosa for everyone. This is easy, quick yet a very nutritious recipe. No fermentation is needed to make this dosa. Green grams are rich in Vitamin B1, B9, magnesium and phosphorous. When a legume is sprouted it becomes more digestible. It also becomes richer in zinc and iron. Overall nutritional content of the legume is enriched.  Ingredients: 1.        2 cups sprouted Green Gram(Green Moong) 2.        ¼ cup semolina (Soji Rawa) 3.        1 teaspoon of dried fenugreek leaves (Kasoori Methi) 4.        ½ teaspoon Cumin Seeds 5.        1-2 green chilies 6.        ½ teaspoon grated ginger 7.        Salt as per taste 8.        Oil as required 9.        Water as required Serving for 3 people Procedure: 1.   Grind sprouted green gram, ginger, dried fenugreek leaves, cumin seeds and green chilly into a fine paste by adding little water. 2.   In a pan pour mixture prepared