This recipe originally called for tequila to be mixed with the lime-juice, but it is just as good without. It’s a good dish to serve at a party, and kids seem to like it too.
For the chili powder, I left the amount blank, because it really depends on the type you are using and your personal “spicy” preference. I use chipotle chili powder (not technically raw), and usually put around 1/2 tsp.
This is from a Vegetarian Times recipe. They served it with fettucine noodles and described it as having “the texture of an Alfredo sauce”.
I serve it over julienned veggies – carrots, parsnips, zucchini, peppers, cucumber, etc. – softened with salt and oil or use it as a guacamole-type dip for veggiesticks.
It’s really refreshing and we enjoy it as a summer salad. I hope you enjoy it too.
What to do with vegetable pulp left over from juicing? Especially when you’ve been juicing beets, ginger, garlic, celery, dandelion greens, apples and carrots? (That makes a delicious and highly detoxifying juice, by the way!) And what to do when your next door neighbor makes a hobby of growing and drying his own chili peppers? I found the answer atlast.
My mother, who is a very non-raw gourmet, adores this.
A great sneak-into-the-movies snack, these are very simple to throw together, if you have tend to have sprouted grains around, that is.
A flavorful raw lasagna, best made one day in advance (taking into account the time to make the sunflower pate, this recipe will be ready to eat a couple days after you begin your first soaking). Ingredients include a marinara sauce and sunflower pate.
Recipe from Nomi Shannon at the Raw Gourmet.