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  Healthy Organic Food Cooking with Kamalaya : Delicious & healthy Detox Appetisers : Healthy & Organic food  

Water Chestnut Maki Rolls

Instead of sushi rice, this detox-friendly recipe uses pureed water chestnuts, which are known for their detoxifying properties and fibre content. And, we turn the nutritional volume up by serving with a spirulina dipping sauce. Spirulina has a long list of health benefits, including: helps to detoxify the body; boosts the immune system; great anti-inflammatory properties; alkalising; helps to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol. We highly recommend that you try to include spirulina in your diet, but do your research to ensure that you get the highest quality, cleanest product available.

Banana Flower Salad

A traditional Thai salad with a twist - blending delicious Thai  herbs with Asian vegetables and a bit of spice. This detox-friendly salad is a hot ticket item on our Amrita lunch menu. In Thai cuisine, banana flower is either eaten raw or added to fried noodles and soups. It is a good source of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, magnesium and contains fair amounts of calcium and iron. It is sometimes used to treat bronchitis, constipation and ulcers.

Wing Bean Black Cod Salad

The traditional Thai version of this delicious salad usually includes pork or prawns and eggs, but at Kamalaya we serve it up with tender flakes of black cod. Wing beans are high in protein and calcium, and a great source of vitamins A and C, iron and enzymes. If you can’t find wing beans at your Asian grocer, then you could substitute snap peas or green beans.

Detox Waldorf Salad

Add variety to your detox diet with this healthy Detox Waldorf Salad; it provides lots of flavour and nutrition without overloading your digestive system. Instead of mayonnaise we use a creamy coconut reduction, and flaxseeds and sunflower seeds replace the usual walnuts. A great fibre-rich dish, whether you’re detoxing or just looking for healthier food options. 

Beetroot Tartare with Papaya Dressing

This vibrantly coloured dish has some powerful health benefits. It is rich in nutrients that help protect against heart disease, birth defects, some stress-related disorders and certain cancers, in particular colon and stomach cancer. It also helps to reduce blood pressure and makes a great liver tonic! 

Detox Cuisine: Warm Grilled Vegetable Salad

This detox-friendly dish can be served as a light, healthy appetiser or antipasto style when you’re entertaining friends. Lightly grilled vegetables and a fragrant grape and fresh herb sauce makes a heart-healthy combination and provides a great antioxidant boost.

Detox Gotu Kola Salad

In Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine, gotu kola is – among other things – considered an anti-ageing herb. Its anti-inflammatory properties are highly regarded, and it is beneficial in treating arthritis. Gotu kola is therapeutic for the brain and the central nervous system, helping to improve concentration and calm the nerves. In studies, it has shown to increase blood circulation, balance blood pressure, boost memory and ease anxiety. It is rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6, which accounts for its positive effects on the nervous system.

Avocado Cantaloupe Salad with Radicchio

This tangy detox-friendly salad provides antioxidants and healthy oils and is good for the digestion. Make it as healthy as possible by using organic ingredients.

Detox Garden Salad with Wasabe Dressing

Kamalaya Koh Samui, Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa Resort Thailand offers healthy cooking options, in this video Detox garden Salad.