I’ve posted many desserts, how about some other dishes! Here’s another recipe I encountered in one of my many raw food websites. Your probably wondering, why don’t you have your own recipes? Well everyone has to start from something. So here’s another one of my favorite raw food websites, great for beginners, “RawAmazing”. It’s a raw veggie stir no fry! No pan, no stove, gluten free and rice free!! Your probably wondering why? Because there is much more nutrients in raw vegetables then when it’s cooked! Also, one of the main ingredient is soya sauce however if your against soy products, there is another product that serves it’s purpose. It’s natural, raw, it looks and tastes like soya sauce, but it’s not soy. This product is soy-free and made from raw coconut tree sap and it delivers! You can purchase the product in any food store or you an purchase in bulk order here, Coconut Secret, Raw Coconut Aminos, Soy-Free Seasoning Sauce, 8 fl oz (237 ml) (3 PACK)
Now go ahead and spoil yourself Raw’tn!
Quick Facts On Parsnips:
☞Related to the carrot family, they are white in color and sweeter than carrots
☞Rich in vitamin C and Vitamin B-complex such as Vitamin B-6,thiamin, and pantothenic acid as well as vitamin K and vitamin E.
☞Rich in minerals like, iron, calcium, copper, potassium, manganese and phosphorus.
☞Great for your weight loss, immune system, heart health and high in dietary fiber.
Tools: Food processor, 1 small bowl, 1 large bowl, whisk, Julienne String Peeler, knife
Head of broccoli
3/4 cup of sliced mushrooms
1 cup of 1/2″ chopped pea pods
2 shallots diced
1/4 cup olive oil
1 Tbsp honey
2 Tbsp nama shoyu or tamari or “Raw Soy-Free Seasoning Sauce”
1 Tbsp sesame seeds (optional)
Splash of sesame oil (optional)
(1) Prepare the marinate by adding all the sauce ingredients in a small bowl and whisk.
(2) Break apart the head of broccoli into small, bite size pieces. Add the broccoli and sliced mushrooms in a large bowl and pour the sauce. Mix and let it marinate for 10 minutes.
(3) Peel and cut the parsnips into chunks. Place the parsnips in a food processor and process until it’s coarsely chopped. It should resemble like rice.
(4) Peel the carrots and use the Julienne Stringer peeler and cut into 1″ strips. If you don’t have a string peeler, just use your knife and cut the carrots into thin matchsticks 1″ strips.
(5) Prepare the other ingredients (carrots, pea pods, shallots, parsnips), place the remaining of the ingredients into the broccoli and mushroom marinate and mix until it’s all well coated.
This is optional but sprinkle black or white sesame seeds on top of the salad and add a splash of sesame seed oil for more taste. Enjoy!