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Kamalaya Baked Apple with Mango Coulis Recipe

Kamalaya Baked Apple with Mango Coulis Recipe

INGREDIENTS
Red apple 1 piece
Oats or Muesli Mix, organic 30g
Coconut water 40g
Pineapple juice 80ml
Coconut flesh 40g
Raisins black 25g
Cinnamon powder 1g
Lime juice 1ml
Watermelon 30g
Pineapple flesh 30g
Papaya 20g
Mango sauce
Mango 120g
Mint 1g
Lime juice 3ml

METHOD
1. Find a small sized apple, as it is a dessert and shouldn’t be too large.
2. Scrape out the seeds and flesh so there is about 5 cm flesh underneath the skin.
3. Separate the edible flesh and non edible seeds.
4. Heat up the coconut water and add the oats, raisins and cinnamon.
5. Simmer for 8 – 10 minutes, 2 minutes from the end add the chopped coconut flesh, apple flesh and lime juice.
6. Make sure the liquid has been reduced before filling the apple with the mixture.
7. Bake the apple in a pan with pineapple juice in the bottom, otherwise the bottom of the apple gets burnt for aprox. 8 minutes by 190-200 degree Celsius.
8. Blend the mango, lime juice and mint until it becomes a nice smooth sauce. 9. Place the apple on top of the mango coulis and serve.

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Written by Karina Stewart

D. Karina Stewart, Lic. Ac, DOM, as a founding partner of Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa, is committed to creating a place where healing and harmonious transformation can flourish. Born and raised in Mexico, Karina’s life journey has been greatly influenced by her mother’s interest in natural healing, meditation, yoga and spirituality. From the age of 14, when she began meditating and exploring Asian spiritual philosophies, Karina’s heart was opened to an existence of devotion and self discovery. Karina has twenty-two years of experience in the study and practice of diverse Asian healing and spiritual traditions. Prior to Kamalaya, Karina founded a health centre in Kathmandu, Nepal, where for seven years she practiced Oriental Medicine and produced a range of Chinese herbal products. Karina’s vision is behind Kamalaya’s integral wellness programs, which aims to access the inner healing power within each individual and support a harmonious integration of heart, body, mind, and spirit.

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