A thai-inspired kelp noodle salad made with cilantro, sesame oil, and avocado! Yum! Very refreshing! I have made this several times, varying ingredients and amounts each time. Please feel free to adjust the amounts to your liking...this is my first original raw food recipe ever, and I am pretty impressed with it so far! I plan to add photos of it later. I like to serve in bowls with chopsticks.
I had been dreaming of a recipe I stumbled across on raw epicurean for months, I had finally attempted to it. I made a few alterations, and this is how it turned out! Absolutely delish! Even my cooked-veggie boy loved it. It will defiantly be made again in my kitchen.
Submitted by Sonnenhut on February 19, 2009 - 4:26pm
enough for two and lots of chips! :-)
This is my salsa recipe I mentioned in "What's your favorite raw supper?". Cranberry asked me to post the measurements, so I thought I should also add it to the recipe section.
I really love this salsa (along with my home-made guacamole) in salad wraps! :-) But it's also great with chips and crackers and everything else that salsa is good for. ;-)
Submitted by Junebelle on February 13, 2009 - 9:01pm
2 1 cup servings
One of my favorite cooked meals was sauteed string beans, I figured why can't I make the same dish but without the heat. Truth be told it's much better raw - there is a delightful crunch to the raw style sauteed string beans.