View Full Version : Recipes Wanted!!!
02-08-2006, 12:27 PM
Does anyone have Sweetgoddess's raw chocolate recipe or the rice, stir fry, veggie kebob's recipe? I have tried contacting her, but no response!
ok, well, the stir-dry idea as rawkinlocs calls it, came from her with a soy sauce tasting sauce, but I dont care for soy sauce flavor, so I had to come up with a sauce.
I just prepped the veggies I thought everyone would eat. This one had broccoli, red peppers, cabbage, carrots, snow peas, celery, sweet onion. Then I made a sauce of Bragg's ( use Nama Shoyu if you prefer), raw sesame oil ( use whatever raw oil you want), the juice of 2 oranges, ground ginger, ground garlic, ground onion powder and honey. Whisked and poured over veggies, mixing them well with my hands.
Then I put in the dehydrator for an hour or 2, because it softens them a little to be just like stir-fry,and I stirred occasionally.
The "rice" is parsnips, pine nuts and garlic whizzed in the food processor until it resembles rice. I believe this came from Alex, the Raw Guru?
I put this in the dehydrator also to soften a little bit. ( you can use cauliflower also I am sure, or even jicama)
To assemble, put a mound of rice on a plate, top with a big scoop of stir-unfry and be sure to pour some of that sauce over it so it soaks into the "rice" Now that is YUM! Garnish with sliced raw almonds, orange slices and basil leaves.
The shish kebobs were mushrooms, onions, red and green peppers, marinated in Bragg's, threaded onto a skewer and popped into the dehydrator for half an hour.
yum wish I had leftovers.....shouldnt have offered them seconds, haha! ;)Enjoy,
I just threw this together and YUM!
1 cup coconut oil
3/4 cup carob ( I bet raw cacao would be even better)
4 Tbsp agave nectar ( or more to taste)
2 tsp vanilla ( next time I will use orange as I love dark orange choclate, mint would be good too)
Put coconut oil in a bowl and place in another bowl of hot water, stirring until liquified. Stir in other ingredients until smooth. Pour onto a parchment paper lined cookie sheet and pop into freezer for 5-10 mins. Voila-raw chocolate.
I so wish I had an easter candy mold as these would mold beautifully into little Easter shapes. ALso, you could add slivered almonds for almond bark, or use it to coat nuts/fruit.
Yeah I have my Easter chocolate for tomorrow and it's raw. Isnt the Easter bunny sweet!! ;)Enjoy,
02-08-2006, 03:29 PM
I think you will all get a "hoot" out of the fact that my husband Always referred to my SAD stir Fry as STIR DRY...??? I had a major STOVE Problem. did not understand that the knobs turned down...LOL :D :D :D
This is such a better way of "cooking" for me... :)
Also, rice was referred to as "bird seed." OK-I could not even do "Jello" -that's pretty bad...Now you know the rest of the story...LOL :cool:
02-09-2006, 06:51 AM
Thank You Doe for replying!
Have a Great Day,
02-09-2006, 09:30 AM
Pansy, I am so so sorry! I have been so swamped with emails and pm's Tht I havent been able to keep up. I apologize for not responding, but see Doe found what you were looking for. I just wanted you to know I wasn't being rude, just slow! Again, please accept my apology.
Hope you enjoy the food!
Yes, our SweetG had the weight of the rawfoodtalk world on her shrinking yet strong shoulders.
02-09-2006, 12:44 PM
I forgive you....I figured you were just veeeeeeerrrrrrrry bussssssy!
Much Love to you and all and thank you for getting back with me!
02-09-2006, 04:18 PM
When I was at Tree of Life, I attended some chocolate-making classes. Two tips that I found useful:
1) Cacao butter has a higher melting temp than coconut butter. So chocolate made with cacao butter doesn't have to be kept in the freezer. However, raw cacao butter is very expensive. It smells AMAZING though - pure chocolate heaven!
2) We used ground goji berries in some of our recipes as the sole sweetener. This is a nice alternative to agave if you like bittersweet chocolate like I do. And the combination of gojis and cacao is quite an antioxidant powerhouse!
FYI: In this pic, we used ice cube trays as chocolate molds.
02-19-2006, 01:15 PM
Wow, that looks soooo good! Do you have the recipe? :)
02-21-2006, 12:32 PM
Yes please, can you share the recipe? we all need a 'chocolate heaven' now and then could you e-mail it? Joz
02-21-2006, 12:43 PM
;) :eek: :eek:
Only you can prevent our next "Chocolate Attack". Ha, ha, ha.
Come on put us out of our pain, your picture looks so good I'm thinking about it day and night. Chocolate dreams, carry me away.
Ann :D :D
02-22-2006, 11:35 AM
The chefs are so skilled there - they just winged it! No published recipe but I took some notes though that I'm sure would be fine to share. I'll look for them tonight and pm those who requested the recipe.
02-25-2006, 07:02 AM
Did you find them? We're still drooling over here...thanks!
02-25-2006, 07:14 PM
I pm-ed it to you Raene a few days ago.
03-30-2006, 03:08 PM
Could you pm me with that chocolate recipe for the picture posted in this thread?? Easter is coming!! Now lets just hope that I can figure out how to get my pm's.....its been over a year! Thanks, Christi
03-30-2006, 03:11 PM
luvnraw, the PM is no longer a feature on this website, you would need to use your own email address.
03-30-2006, 09:20 PM
Thanks RP, I didn't realize that they were no longer here, maybe that is why I couldn't figure it out ;)
RawYogini - If you still have that recipe and are willing, I would love it emailed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks! :p
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