It is my ultimate raw food dessert...I can't imagine why you would ever want to eat a non-raw pudding when you could have this!
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This is an inspired way to use tahini. You get it's creamy deliciousness, the warmth of the spices, the crunch of the apple and broccoli…then the sweetness of the raisins top it all off! Visit my site http://pathlesstrodden.com for more recipes
This is the first dish I ever made with my spiralizer. I had high hopes for the experiment and boy, it delivered!
This dish is a winner on so many levels. I looks great, tastes fabulous and the noodle texture is incredibly satisfying; it really does feel like a cooked meal. It’s such a fun dish to share. If you decide to include some nuts, like my suggested cashews, it can easily be a filling, satisfying and incredibly healthy main meal.
I’d certainly recommend it if you want to create a special raw celebration dish, fancy treating yourself to something a bit more special one evening, or if you want to impress non-raw friends.
The warmth in this recipe comes from the yummy root veggies we call carrots, and also the cayenne pepper - tahini combination.The dried fruit option (Thompson raisins or dates) makes this an extra-nourishing recipe.
Recipe by Rita Romano
This slaw is very low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Thiamin, Folate, Phosphorus, Copper and Manganese, and a very good source of Vitamin C and Vitamin K. My boyfriend said it was seasoned like sausage. I accidentally added twice as much cayenne as required, and I put in a LOT more fennel seed. so feel free to take liberties with these two.