This really does remind me of tuna salad, in both texture and appearance! It's quick and easy to make, and great stuffed into romaine lettuce wraps. Very flavorful, but delicately so. Juicy, sweet, and savory, just like tuna salad should be! Great for a snack or light lunch. It's delicious and filling, but not SUPER long-term satisfying, if you're needing something like that. Would make a good appetizer or light tea time snack for small informal gatherings where you just want a light finger food to munch on nonchalantly over conversation.
Don't skimp on the dulse flakes ;)
A fun presentation is to stuff this into tulip blossoms and serve with white rose tea or green marigold tea
Submitted by Miss_Best on February 26, 2010 - 2:35am
Here is a yummy way to get some healthy Omega-3s into your lovely body! I have written a blog about EFAs and Omega-3, which you might find interesting...read it here >>
These are like a raw version of pancakes, and make a fantastic breakfast, brunch or dessert. If you don't have a seed mill, just buy ready ground flax seeds, and process the pumpkin seeds in a food processor.
I made this to go with tonight's dinner using a carrot instead of bulgur wheat or quinoa for the starch.
I made the whole thing in my food processor and it took me about 8 minutes including cleaning the machine. Now it's chillin in the fridge and will be ready for dinner or lunch or a snack, in a wrap or on top of a green salad.