Enjoy some of the best mushroom recipes on the internet. From wild mushroom soup to mushroom pate.
These all raw and vegan "meat" balls are fantastic! Add the BBQ sauce and watch them disappear! You can serve with a marinara sauce over zucchini pasta or serve them by themselves as an appetizer. The possibilities are endless.
Yes, it's actually raw! Check out the recipe for details. Deeelish!
How about a super fresh Mexican dish - raw vegan style?! This recipe is simple and over-the-top delicious. The great thing is that they can be served after just a few hours of marinating, for super crunchy veggies - OR they can be marinated and then dehydrated for a few hours giving them a "cooked" feel, which is what I did this time.
Really tasty, quick and easy recipe that is packed full of flavor. Creamy crunch with the Asian slaw, along with the marinated kebab veggies is a raw, vegan pleasure.
Do you remember Findus crispy pancakes? In a moment of creative genius The Doxtor made a raw vegan version and was even organised enough to write it down so you can copy it. The Doxtor loves it when people copy her.
If you haven't yet tried a raw falafel and tabouleh, you must! These recipes are so flavorful and healthy and are really better than their cooked counterparts. Using a dehydrator to dry the falafel batter before forming into balls creates a very authentic texture. Beyond delicious! This recipe is adapted from Living Raw Food.
A deliciously stuffed "cheese" mushroom recipe that is perfect for any occasion. Tasty stuffed mushrooms are always a favorite party pleaser! Change this recipe into an appetizer simply by changing the large portobellos for baby bellos.
Holiday inspired tarts filled with caramelized onions, mushrooms, fava beans and pomegranate sauce. A great combination of hearty flavours. Tart shells can be shaped into turkeys for a more festive feel.
If you can believe it, this is my very first time making raw pizza! Crazy, I know! I suppose I never really cared for trying to recreate American fast-food (pizza, burgers, etc). But I must admit, this recipe turned out amazing!
Autumn is the perfect season to get grounded. The easiest way to do this is by eating sacred healing foods, including roots, barks, and herbs that grow straight from the Earth – leaving you feeling grounded, centered, and balanced. This soup is all raw, vegan, organic, and wildcrafted.
This dish combines our love for Indian spices, mushrooms, and a quiche. This was my first attempt at working with Irish moss, partly in an effort to avoid using cashews as a filler. Besides being incredibly nutritious, Irish moss works miraculously as a natural thickener. I'm always looking for a lighter alternative to nuts, and this proved to be a great one.
This is another version of a raw corn tamale. Lots of layers of flavors, as usual with Sarma's recipes.
A extremely flavorful, although slightly complex recipe. You will not regret making this after trying it.
A complete plate that is not only eye pleasing but also extremely delicious and nutritious.