Submitted by KhaasLadki on October 1, 2008 - 9:49pm
makes about 4 cups (serves me twice)
I’ve been cooking for my family + my Aunt, Uncle, and niece, and I was making them beef chili (eww…) but it smelled SO GOOD I was dying for a good chili. I ran out to my fridge and found some good stuff to make chili with and this is what I came up with. I didn’t have to add any seasonings or salt, although I’m sure you could if you wanted to.
This recipe is by Richard Salome. I substituted raw buckwheat in place of raw barley because of gluten allergies. I folded in the raisins and apples instead of adding them to the blender (trust me, ft’s much better this way), and I also omitted the blanching of the almonds…why do that? They’re fine without adding hot water… JUST KEEP IT RAW! ;-)
P.S. MY CHEAP GOOD FOR NOTHING $10 CAMERA THAT I GOT FROM WALGREEN’S TOOK A LOUSY PICTURE OF THIS DISH, WHICH I COULDN’T EVEN UPLOAD, SO I UPLOADED THIS PHOTO OF SOME BUCKWHEAT OFF OF GOOGLE IMAGES. BUT THIS DISH REALLY DOES LOOK APPETIZING WHEN YOU MAKE IT.
Submitted by elizabethh on November 1, 2007 - 7:28am
serves 1 if you're hungry
I have tried a LOT of different raw lasagnas, but none of them really did it for me…I guess because I was a real cooked lasgna fan, and the raw kind didn’t satisfy my craving. I think, with this recipe, I may have cracked the raw lasagna code, and I can honestly say I like this version better than the cooked one.
Don’t be intimidated by the procedure or anything, it is REALLY easy.