This is really a simple recipe and similar to a salsa but with corn. It goes well as a wrap or toppings on buckwheat crusts or hemp chips. It's so versatile. I chop up lettuce and have it with steamed Bhutanese rice or quinoa.
This recipe is not 100% raw as it has vinegar and toasted sesame oil in it but it is still quite healthy and incredibly flavorful. Put this over a salad with romaine, red onion, tomato, carrots, bean sprouts, cucumber, and red pepper and you've got yourself quite a tasty meal. Yum!
I was craving two very different things, and decided to marry the two. This dish resulted! It was very good, so I decided to share it. Though I think I may do a few things differently, for the first creation of its kind, I'd have to say it turned out pretty well. I was quite satisfied and had plenty of left overs.
A colorful and refreshing chilled root salad is a perfect starter or side for a summer meal. Serve it on a bed of greens or wrap it in a large collard leaf or tortilla for a quick and filling lunch.