CREAMED SPINACH and a couple of others
1 bunch spinach [approx 4-5 cups]
1 med tomato, quartered,
1/2 med onion
1/4 c fresh dill -[I only use 1/8 c]
1 cup soaked pine nuts
1/2 lime, juices [I used the whole thing]
1 tbs Nama Shoyu
I added cayenne powder and 1/2 garlic clove
Put all ingredients into a food processor and, using the 's' blade, process until smooth.
Serves 4 - can keep for 2 days
2 cups mushrooms
1 tbsp Nama Shoyu
1/4 cup almond butter [didn't say it wasn't rich]
1/2 tsp Celtic sea salt
1 garlic clove
1 cup almond milk
1/2 med onion
In a med bowl, mix the water, Nama Shoyu and Celtic sea salt, add mushrooms and marinate overnight in fridge. When ready to prepare the soup, drain the liquid out and discard.
Put the mushrooms in a blender with 1 cup almond milk, almond butter, garlic, onion, little celtic sea salt, and blend, smooth or pulse for chunky [some days the chunky is great], sprinkle cayenne on top and serve pronto.
Exactly from Hooked on Raw by Rhio
Almond Creamy Soup Base
11/2 c sprouted almonds, blanched [i leave the skins on]
2 c filtered water
2 lemons juiced
1 garlic clove
1 tbsp flaxseed oil
1/2 tsp ground cumin
dash Nama Shoyu
Blend all together
Then add in
Corn-of - the cob
1 cup corn off the cob with the milk
1/4 finelr minced shallot or equiv of onion - red onion is good
1/4 red bell pepper finel chopped
2 mushooms, finely chopped
I usually blend this in as well, and it gets thick and is savory. Of course I have added my spice selection
1 pint blueberries
1/2 lemon or lime juiced
Sometimes I add agave nectar instead of bananas - when this is really cold it is so good. I have also used it with Alissa crepes instead of the strawberries - ummm good.
1 cup raisins, soaked a min of 2 hours
1/2 c almonds, soak overnight
1 tbsp pine nuts soaked overnight
1/4 tsp vanilla powder or non alcohol vanilla
Drains raisins and put in blender with the juice and pulp of the oranges, almonds, pine nuts and the vanilla. Blend well and put into custard cups and chill.
Thank you Sweet lips, I will try these! :)
Sweet, thanks for the recipes! These look really good, especially the spinach soup. I made spinach soup once because I was really craving spinach and it actually turned out pretty good. I just put a whole blender full of spinach, an orange and some garlic (I know it sounds strange but it turned out to be so good) and enough water to blend. It's nice because it didn't have nuts or oil so it wasn't very rich but I think you have to really like spinach to enjoy this as much as I did lol. Thanks again for posting the recipes, I can't wait to try them out!
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