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How to make Amla Chyawanprash at Home With Dates, Jaggery (EASY HEALTHY No Sugar Recipe)

 Making amla chyawanprash recipe is easy. Homemade chyawanprash is an immunity booster. How is chyawanprash made? What are chyawanprash ingredients? Is homemade chyawanprash recipe making easy?

How to make amla chyawanprash at home?

Well, here's an easy amla chyawanprash recipe for you.

What are the ingredients of chyawanprash? 1 cup=240 ml 140 gram- amla/indian gooseberry 100 gram- jaggery 70 gram- dates 70 gram- raisins 8 cloves 1 cup- almonds 1/4 tsp- black salt 8-10 black pepper corns 4 bay leaves 1 tsp- tulsi powder/basil leaves 1/4 cup- rose powder or dried rose petals (homemade) 1/4 cup- dry ginger powder/sonth (homemade) 1 tsp- jeera 1 tbsp- fennel/saunf 1/2 tsp- ajwain 8-10 green cardamom 4 black cardamom 1 cinnamon stick 1 small mulethi/licorice

The Making of amla chyawanprash recipe (dates chyawanprash) How to make a sweet, sour, and spicy chyawanprash without sugar?

Look at the chyawanprash ingredients here. 

Don't they look simple? Yes, you have almost all of these in your pantry. 

Let's get going with the easy amla chyawanprash recipe. 

The making of homemade chawanprash is easy. 

let's start by making herb and spice masala first with bay leaves, black peppercorns, jeera/cumin, fennel seeds, dried basil leaves, cloves, cinnamon,ajwain, green cardamom, black cardamom, rose powder, ginger powder/sonth, I have reserved half of the sonth powder and rose powder for use later. 

Next blend together amla or indian gooseberry with raisins and dates, which act as natural sweeteners and are packed with dietary fiber and antioxidants. 

Come winters, and you must include dates and kishmish in your winter diet. Blending might take time. see you don't need to boil amla here. hundreds of chyawanprash recipes online tell you to first boil or steam amla to soften it. but why cook amla twice when you can simply blend it together raw along with other ingredients? pour into a deep vessel. in the blender, blend almonds, mulethi or licorice (skip if you don't have but it is excellent for throat/cough)and ginger, ..pour into the vessel and cook on low.  after 1-3 minutes, add jaggery . mix stir in rose powder and half of the masala powder and cook on low heat so that the mix does not burn. add black salt to balance sweetness and rose powder and mix. now add ghee and cook ...continue add the remaining spice powder..

Pour into a sterilized glass or shape into candies for kids. We love these chywanprash candies. t

Take either 1 tsp of homemade chyawanprash daily or 2 candies. Let's boost our immunity naturally and prepare ourselves against tough viruses.

A few questions below:

Is Chyawanprash safe?

 Does Chyawanprash Cause Acidity? Chywanprash is safe WHEN USED in moderation but it may lead to mouth ulcers, acidity, indigestion, stomach problems, or flatulence if used in excess. 

Is sugar free Chyawanprash good for health? 

Can diabetics have Chyawanprash? 1 tsp for an active diabetic person 

Is Sugar Free Chyawanprash really sugar-free? homemade is healthy 

How is Chyawanprash sugar free? it is refine sugar free 

How is Chyawanprash made? steaming amlas along with herbs and spices and then cooking the concoction 

Does Chyawanprash contain sugar? yes - jaggery and dates are a form of sugar

How is Chyawanprash made? the making of chyawanprash is shown in the video 

Who should not take chyawanprash? 1 tsp for every person - don't take more than this as it might cause mouth ulcers and stomach issues. 


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