View Full Version : Ideas for recipes???????
01-13-2010, 11:02 AM
I'm getting bored with my current very very basic recipes and was wondering if someone could give me some new fresh ideas on new things to make?????
The items I have are:
most nuts and seeds
and a few other things
any ideas will br really helpfull.
01-13-2010, 12:12 PM
Peach pudding, marinated cabbage salad or coleslaw, pate.
01-13-2010, 01:40 PM
Type in some ingredients in Google, along with "raw food recipe" and you should get a bunch of hits. Alternately, you could search this site.
01-14-2010, 01:29 PM
you could search the goneraw website too, they are a great recipe database
now, given the ingredients you just listed, heres what i just made out of what i had which is similar to what you have...
this recipe i threw together was nothing phenomenal but not bad:
chop veggies in a bowl -- i used grated cabbage, grated carrots, chopped red pepper, chopped fennel bulb, and chunks of avocado. i also put in pieces of dulse seaweed if you have any and some shredded coconut which adds a nice flavor/sweetness (would be nice with apple or orange chunks in addition) you could use spinach, tomato, avocado, carrot, cabbage, and maybe you would want to use coconut oil instead of olive oil in the sauce if you dont have any coconut to throw in.... the coconut lime flavors complement nicely--and chili would go well with them too.
then i made an almond sauce with ground almonds, grated ginger, garlic, a bit of miso (optional, use salt instead), olive oil, a bit of honey or agave, a bit of salt and pepper, and a lot of lime juice.
mixed sauce and veggies
i carefully removed a few of the outer leaves of the cabbage, put a nori seaweed sheet inside the leaf (you could skip the nori), and filled it with the veggies mix, squeezed more lime juice over it, then sort of ate it like a burrito.
bet this would be even better with a creamy cashew sauce.
01-14-2010, 02:32 PM
Alissa's book, "Living on Live Food" is full of inspiration and great recipes. The index is great; I go to it all to the time to decide what to make with what I have on hand. Good luck!
01-15-2010, 12:43 AM
How about pulse chopping a few dates with a dash on spirulina powder and coconut oil in your food processor for some nice chewy delights..snacks or for a fast cookie(s) you can freeze for on the go or for late night snacking or breakfast ?
01-16-2010, 07:19 AM
I would make some crackers and some raw tuna salad (http://therawtarian.com/raw-tuna-salad-recipe/) (uses sesame seeds).
Spreading avocado on raw crackers is divine. I have that frequently as part of my lunch.
Or pick up a pack of raw nori rolls. You could make some nut spread (tuna or other pates), add avocado, spread on nori rolls, add lettuce etc, yummy.
My main staples are
alfredo sauce (http://therawtarian.com/raw-alfredo-sauce-recipe/) (I also use as a dip)
crackers and avocado
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