I make this all the time and many people have commented on how much it tastes very similar to dairy sour cream. It is easy to make too. You can use it for your mexican dishes or just as a dip for your raw corn chips.
I also use it to make dips that would call for a sour cream (like french onion or dilly) and I also use it in soups to make them nice and creamy and thick. Also adds a tangy-ness to the soup because of the sour flavor.
I have also added to dehydrated crackers before and it gave a nice tangy taste to them.
NOTE: This recipe is for home use only. My bf and I sell this for our raw food home business so this is not for commerical sale use! Please respect that! ;)
This is adapted from a recipe that was originally posted by Sweetlips on Raw Food Talk, and then adapted by Rawkinlocs. They are rumoured to taste like a certain pizza chain’s Crazy Bread. I don’t know about that, but they sure are tasty!
Apparently, you should not use green peppers for these crackers. I usually use half red pepper, and half yellow, which gives the crackers a lovely flavor and color.
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 quick salsa can be mixed and served with romaine leaves or as a soup. Thanks to Tommie for sharing this recipe!
Jicama is fantastic all alone – in this salad, it is something quite special.