Here's a delicious stir-"fry" made with raw kelp noodles and spicy almond sauce. If you haven't yet tried kelp noodles, I highly recommend them. They have a slight crunch to them, are light, don't have any discernible taste and don't make you feel heavy and sleepy afterward like regular pasta.
Creamy tahini-base dressing - thick enough for a slaw dressing, salad dressing, or even a dip! And, while it seems like most 'tahini' dressings, it's altered ratios and added ingredients are enough to make it my favorite yet! To view more, please visit http://rawxy.com/2011/04/creamy-tahini-dressing/
This vegan incantation of my mom's sensational brandy cream recipe can be made in five minutes and is utterly divine. This cream is delicious poured over Christmas pudding, fruit cake or berries. Or, try the "scoff-straight-out-of-the-blender" approach that I have been sprung indulging in this week! I deliberately kept this blend mild to accommodate children, and those people not fond of a really strong brandy flavor. But if you are like my family and can't get enough brandy - feel free to adopt my mother's approach, and free-pour like an alcoholic bartender and enjoy the ride.
I'm so excited to share with you this savory sauce I've created this week... I ate this with a so delightful sushi roll (the best I've ever had!) made of: parnsip rice (found here:http://therawchef.com/therawchefblog/raw-recipe-broccoli-hoisini-sauce-parsnip-rice, but without mac nuts or green onion, but added fresh chives), avocado, sun-dried tomatoes, shredded carrots, alfalfa and chia sprouts, bell pepper, green onion, ananas, sesame and fresh cilantro and bee balm leaves, roll in a nori and spinach lined rice paper sheet (not raw).. yum!
Packing a powerful calcium and taste punch, this recipe makes a delicious dish of marinaded broccoli smothered in a creamy and cheesy sauce. This is my version of Julie Morris's awesome broccoli cheese bowl recipe (http://www.juliemorris.net/).