This really does remind me of tuna salad, in both texture and appearance! It's quick and easy to make, and great stuffed into romaine lettuce wraps. Very flavorful, but delicately so. Juicy, sweet, and savory, just like tuna salad should be! Great for a snack or light lunch. It's delicious and filling, but not SUPER long-term satisfying, if you're needing something like that. Would make a good appetizer or light tea time snack for small informal gatherings where you just want a light finger food to munch on nonchalantly over conversation.
Don't skimp on the dulse flakes ;)
A fun presentation is to stuff this into tulip blossoms and serve with white rose tea or green marigold tea
Fruits, vegetables and nuts make the basis of a well balanced raw regime. And what better way to combine these three elements than in flavorful apple, fennel bulb and cashew gourmet salad! This colorful recipe, infused with stunning aromas of oranges and freshly chopped herbs, makes for a delicious and exotic lunch or dinner.
The pineapple sauce and stuffed mushrooms are inspired by therawchef.com This is a perfect meal when you are in the mood for bbq. One of my favorite meals my mom used to make was pasta salad, now I have a healthier raw version! The stuffed mushrooms taste just like the ones out of the oven except more flavor and the marinated zucchini, mushrooms, red bell peppers, and pineapple had more flavor then I could imagine! This will be added to my meals at least once a week! For more recipes visit my blog http://amandanicolesmithrecipes.blogspot.com/
Submitted by kellymyra on October 30, 2011 - 6:25pm
This meal was so delicious I had it two nights in a row. Salads don’t have to be just lettuce and tomatoes. Fruits and seeds make a salad shine! So don’t be afraid to use them.
Another key to creating variety in salads is texture. It can make all the difference to a vegetable. Think of a carrot stick versus some finely grated carrot. They’re almost two different flavours. So for this dish I used one of my favourite kitchen tools, a Spiralizer. It’s a must have in the raw food kitchen. It turns any solid vegetable into long curly noodles. Which makes food so much more fun!
Just use the quantities that you feel like. Lots of noodles, with the extras as garnishing. For the sauce just play around with the quantities to have it as sweet or as spicy as you like.