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01-29-2005, 09:25 AM
A few months ago, I saw a raw curry recipe. I'd followed a link to someone's website from this board but can't remember where it is now. Anyone know which one I mean or have a recipe for raw curry? Thanks. Rachel
01-31-2005, 10:52 AM
FOUND THESE RECIPES ON VEGANREPRESENT.COM forums. Obviously, haven't tried them....but, this might be a starter recipe.
This is not my curry recipe....but it is one that I feel makes a great meal and is a good place to start in making your own curry creations.
Curried Grain and Nut Dish
Recipe by Richard Salome
1 C barley, soaked 3 days
1/2 C almonds, soaket 12-24 hours, blanched, chopped
1 C sunflower seeds, soaked 5-6 hours
1/4 C flax seed oil
2 T Spike vegetable seasoning
Mix all ingredients in a bowl
1 C almonds, soaked 12-24 hours, blanched
16 oz. purified water
2 medium sized Fuji apples, cored & diced
1 C raisins, unsoaked
1 t curry powder
2 T flax seed oil
2 T Braggs or to taste
1 medium sized ripe banana
Place the almonds in a blender and add enough water to cover them. Blend until creamy. Add curry, flax oil, banana, Braggs and process for 20 seconds. Then add apples and raisins. Pour sauce over nut grain dish, stir well and place in dehydrator for at least 2 hours until warm to the touch, below 112 degrees. This is a rich dish, and makes a wonderful thanksgiving dish or for a special occasion.
May peace and joy be with you.
Vegit-804-11-2003, 03:38 AM
Here is another one that I like......Found it at
It uses soaked brown rice, so I apologize to anyone who I lead to believe that this would not work...guess I did not do it right the first time.
Brown rice in curry sauce
By Vanessa Johnson
1/2 cup of brown rice (must be brown)
1 tbsp. curry powder
1 lb. carrots
1/2 small beet
1 stalk celery
Chinese spinach (when juiced thickens sauce- could use soaked flax seeds
1 clove garlic grated
1/2 small onion chopped finely
mung bean greens
Soak brown rice in plenty water for 12 hours. Drain. Mix in chopped bean greens and place in serving dish. In a glass place onion,garlic and any other desired seasoning greens. Just cover these with olive oil and let soak. In another glass mix curry powder with enough olive oil to make into a paste. Juice beet, carrots and celery and chinese spinach. Add curry paste to juice and mix well. Pour curry sauce into serving sauce bowl.
Part of the enjoyment of this dish is all the serving that you allow
yourself. I'll explain. You have the rice mixture in a bowl. The
onion/garlic mix in a serving shot glass (or something) and then you have the sauce that should look orangy/reddy/browny in a another serving bowl all on a tray. Your bowl is empty. Then you spoon in some rice and on one side of the rice you spoon on some of the onion garlic mix, on the other you spoon on some of the curry sauce and so as you eat the rice, you decide how much of what flavours you want. Then you can serve yourself some more rice and more sauces... it reminds me of the way Asians eat- many serving bowls of different interesting stuff.. and you keep serving yourself as you go along.
This stuff not only tastes good.. it looks good too!
01-31-2005, 09:42 PM
Thanks for the recipes! :)
02-01-2005, 05:02 PM
Alissa's book, page 410 has a recipe for Butternut Noodles with Golden
Curry Sauce (from Shazzie).
It's on page 325 in Shazzie's "Detox your World" book and on her website
if I remember (?) right too.
If you need the recipe I can post it to you if you'd like.
I haven't made it yet, but it looks yummy. So does
the other brown rice curry recipe someone else posted to you. YUM!
Hope that Helps!
02-01-2005, 05:44 PM
I'm glad that this came up- my husband ordered curry the other day and brought it home to eat- yikes! That was a tough day to get through! I love curry and veggies- I will try Alissa's recipe- I didn't realize there was a curry recipe in her book. I must have missed it when I was searching through the index :) But I am probably going to try all three recipes and do a taste test since this is somethng I really like and miss since going raw... thanks again guys!
02-03-2005, 09:20 AM
Thanks for the other ideas! It's good to have options. :)
Lady Green Jeans
12-03-2005, 10:10 PM
Had to bump this thread up. I just tried the curry recipe in Alissa's book and it was fantastic! My favorite is now a tossup between the marinara sauce over zuccini and this curry over the butternut noodles. Now I don't have to miss curry any more...hip...hip....hoorah! Thank you Alissa and Shazzie.
Note--I could not find the tiny corn and the fresh corn at the grocers was awful so I subbed frozen white and it was great.
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