This recipe is from Roshi's Raw Lifestyle. For the original post, click here.
Ask your average South Asian what their favorite frozen dessert is, and the answer invariably comes back as kulfi. Kulfi is a dessert thats been made in India for hundreds of years, and comes in a variety of flavors from cardamom to pistachio to mango. I have wonderful memories of my grandma bringing fresh batches out of the freezer for all us grandchildren to enjoy, and its been a favorite of mine ever since. Traditionally, its made by boiling down milk until it gets very thick, and then adding whatever type of flavoring you’d like. For my version, I chose an old American classic (chocolate), and mixed it with a traditional essence of the East, kewra. Along with the frozen banana as a base, its one flavorful dessert.
This Italian soup warms the soul and is such a pretty light green...
I was inspired by Martha Stewart's spinach & mushroom soup she made the other day on her show... She served it over Buckwheat Noodles and it wasn't Italian in flavor.. Her recipe contained shallots, garlic, (butter or EVOO, not sure which), Chicken stock with the mushrooms and spinach... It of course was cooked and not Vegan...
If you know how to make your own mustard then you can make this dressing! I don't make my own mustard because I am not 100% raw, so I use an organic mustard.
Well, after 2 weeks of slaving away at school, I’m finally catching a break. To enjoy this little break, I decided to make myself one of the treats that I’ve been missing most after coming back from India. It’s a dessert called rasmalai (literally meaning the “juice of cream”). Traditionally, rasmalai is a pretty labor intensive dish to make, but you all know how much disdain I have for long preparation times. So this is pretty much as simple as it gets. No muss, no fuss, just a delicious dessert for everybody to enjoy. Even my dad (a general anti-raw guy), gave me a wide-eyes “Wow” when he ate these. So try it out, and tell me what you think!
I discovered this while on a detox diet and couldn't use any type of fat, salt or seasoning.
You'll find it hard to believe there is no salt or sugar, and the screaming red-orange color adds a lot of excitement!
Note: I may never have discovered this had I not had an old bag of Goji Berries in my fridge drawer, which I'd tried some time ago and abandoned!