When I get home from work, feeling tired and would like to have something light, and easy to make, because I'm very hungry. THis is ready in three minutes. My kids like it very much.
A similar variation of this recipe i got from Ani Phyo but i decided to alter it a bit to suit my tastes because she used dates and a few other ingredients that i didn't have in my kitchen. Its super fast and super yummy and came together in my magic bullet in about a minute. Using the cherry tomato's gives the sauce a really nice orange-y color which looks pretty topped on a veggie pasta or spaghetti squash. ENJOY! :)
I was having a craving for panang curry so here is what came of it. even my non raw mother in law loved it and is still raving about it .
It has a sweet tangy flavor very true to orginal.
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 recipe is from Jennifer Cornbleet's book and love it so much I always have a batch made up. I'll use it in wraps, on top of salads or on crackers.