A traditional Malaysian dish cooked using coconut milk and served during festivals. You can also use other vegetables like jackfruit, or soy based proteins like tofu or tempeh as a substitute for the pumpkin.
Potatoes cooked with fenugreek leaves, best enjoyed with chapati and dahi (yogurt).
Sathya Sai Baba says…
“But, for attaining the Four Aims of Human life, Dharma (Righteousness), Artha (Prosperity), Kaama (Fulfilment of Desires) and Moksha (Liberation from bondage), the basic requirement is health of body and mind. Disease means feeling uneasy, disturbed, on account of the upsetting of one’s temper or balance or equilibrium, which affects the physical as well as mental condition. This happens for two reasons: faulty Aahaara (food) and faulty Vihaara (activities).”