A tasty yellow spring “rice”, can be given a mexican or indian flair with just a switch of spices. I imagine if you switch the curry powder for saffron and add olives it becomes “arroz”. Lovely colours too.
For the adventurous smoothie lover, this is savory yet slightly sweet. Chilling before serving is a must!!! It makes the flavors much nicer. I think this could easily be tweeked to be a sauce or soup also.
This curry is creamy, warming and satisfying, I almost forget it’s raw! It’s very versatile, too. Great alone as a hearty soup, or serve over sprouted lentils with chopped tomatoes and lime for an authentic-tasting Indian dhall. It’s also great over warm eggplant softened in a dehydrator. Enjoy!
My first attempt at a raw curry which reminded me of the vegetable korma I used to have at my local indian restaurant – and it was really easy to make, took about 5 minutes.
This is a very delicious pate that is quick and easy to make. It’s very filling and satisfying and can be used lots of different ways. (Suggestions: on a bed of grated vegies or greens with chopped tomatoes on top; as a dip with raw chips, crackers, or vegie slices; or as a sandwich on dehydrated bread or rolled up in a collard leaf)