Submitted by emilyjayne on April 19, 2009 - 9:24am
I was inspired by my grandmother's seasoned oyster crackers I used to eat as a child. I remember them being very strong in garlic, dill and salt. Sometimes I crave a savory, salty crunch and these hit the spot! Throw these on a salad for some crunch!
This tastes fabulous! Even my non raw mom said she liked it better than regular tuna salad! You can even make sushi rolls with it. I got the recipe from my friend Rashimba who makes it at the Food Co-Op were she works. It can be a totally raw recipe if you make your own raw mayo, but I love the Veganaise.
Submitted by heyenglish on August 14, 2008 - 5:59pm
~ 3 cups
I was feeling Mediterranean last night, so I threw all these ingredients into my food processor. As soon as I tasted it, I thought of tzatziki, a Greek yogurt and cucumber sauce. I used dill in this version, but I think using a handful of fresh mint would make it incredibly authentic. Even my non-raw parents raved about it!
Enough for one eleaire-sized salad - a.k.a. a really big one!
This creamy, tangy dressing is perfect on a bed of greens and marries especially well with figs. With a few small tweaks, it also makes a great cucumber dip and a delicious sauce to accompany your raw falafel!