Moringa Drumstick Soup

Drumstick Sambar

The Moringa Tree Produces a Seed-Pod Vegetable known as the 'Drumstick'.

The Moringa Tree is also known as the Drumstick Tree around the world.

Chop the young green drumsticks that contain immature white seeds inside to make a drumstick soup. about 2"-3" in length.

Then, Boil the chopped drumsticks in water for 15 minutes.

After that, add you favorite chopped vegetables and add a 2 cups of coconut milk and simmer everything for an additional 30 minutes.

Moringa Drumstick Sambar is a great mineral rich soup millions of people enjoy around the world.

Moringa + Mint Tea


Moringa Tea is a great way to benefit from using moringa leaves.

  • Start with 1-2 liters of water in a pot.
  • Bring water to a high heat, it doesn't need to boil but heat the water gently.
  • Then, remove pot of water from the heat.

Once the hot water is removed from the heat, add your ingredients. You can use a tea ball strainer or add the leaves loose and strain later.

  • Add 1-2tbsp of dried moringa loose leaf for every Liter of Water.
  • Add, 1tbsp of dried mint leaves
  • Add 1-2tbsp of honey
  • Add anything else you may like, this tea can be a base for other flavors, ex: I like to add 1 tbsp of loose yerba matte as well.

Let the ingredients steep in the pot off the heat for 10 minutes.

  • If you add lemon, it may cause the tea to spoil faster, but can be a great additive if you are drinking the tea same day.

Then, strain any loose leaf away from the tea, using strainer.

Enjoy the tea warm or put in the fridge to chill.

Watch This Video For More Clarification on How To Make Moringa Tea : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zOPeOjJOG4

Moringa Hummus


*Approximate measurements*

2 cups Dry Chickpeas (soaked for 12 hours, strain and rinse, bring pot of water to boil, then simmer for 90 minutes)

1 cup Grapeseed Oil (or oil of your choosing)

1/2 cup Water

Large handful Fresh Moringa Greens

1 Tbsp Pink Salt

5 Tbsp Sprouts brand All Purpose Herb Seasoning (or use any herbs/seasonings you like)

Blend in food processor and add oil or water until you reach desired consistency. Enjoy!

Moringa Pesto


*Approximate measurements*

1 Tbsp Moringa Powder or 1 cup Fresh Moringa Leaves
1 cup Fresh Basil Leaves
½ cup Fresh Parsley Leaves 
1 Large Garlic Clove
3 ½ Tbsp Almond (or pine nuts, slivers)
½ cup Vegan Parmesan Cheese (finely grated)
1 Lime (zest of)
1 ¼ cups Extra Virgin Olive Oil (optional: 1 tbsp Moringa Seed Oil)

add pepper, salt and seasonings of your choice

Moringa Smoothie


1 banana

1 mango

1 tbs moringa powder

1 cup of milk

1 handful of ice

Moringa Pizza Quesadillas


*Amounts are whatever you want*

Tortillas

Pizza sauce

Mozzarella cheese

Fresh moringa leaves

Spread pizza sauce on tortilla, then add mozzarella cheese and moringa leaves on top. Fold in half. Cook in oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.

This is a great meatless meal for lunches. Children approved!

Moringa Popsicles


2 cups of Moringa Powder

1 1/2 cups frozen fruit of your choice

1 tablespoon flaxseed

½ of a banana

1 tablespoon of hemp seeds

Instructions: Blend all the ingredients to a pulp. Spoon the mix in popsicle molds and freeze them for about 3-5 hours. It's helpful to let the popsicles defrost for a few minutes before eating.