This is based off a recipe from the book Raw Food, Real World by Sarma MeIngailis and Matthew Kenney. These are so tasty, and great to nibble on or toss on a salad. Enjoy!
Adapted from a recipe by Alissa Cohen. I found it on Raw Food Talk, but I believe it is also in her book – Living on Live Food.
“Served warm out of the dehydrator, these are heavenly! These taste like a soft, breaded, cooked, stuffed mushroom.”
These are so easy and can be adapted spice wise. You could even add different dried fruit, nuts or cacao nibs. Make sure you use “banana bread” bananas. You know the kind with a little brown on them, so then they are extra sweet! I like the recipe because I feel like I’m “baking.” This was my first time sprouting sunflower seeds. It was way easier than I thought.
This is a wonderful raw version of the traditional broccoli salad with bacon and cheddar.
Someone else deserves the credit for this recipe, but I can’t remember where I got it from. Sorry!
I am not a huge fan of onions, so I prefer to use only 1/4 cup, and add the onion to the dressing ingredients in the blender. I also sometimes throw the broccoli in the dehydrator for a while before I mix it with the other ingredients, just to soften it up a little.
raw “matzo” if you want it.