Raw taco meat recipe
Posted in: Raw Easy Entrees
1 cup walnuts
10 sundried tomatoes, soaked for at least one hour, preferably a few hours.
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
Chili powder (start with 1/4 tablespoon, then add more to taste)
Cayenne powder (start with 1/8 teaspoon or less!) (This measurement has been revised and is better now!)
1/2-1 tsp sea salt
1. Soak your sundried tomatoes for at least one hour. Drain and pat dry before using.
2. Simply add all ingredients to the food processor and blend until it become the consistency of the photo above.
The Rawtarian's Thoughts
I have been a vegetarian since 2001. Once I went vegetarian I immediately replaced meat with soy products.
One of the most difficult parts of my transition to the raw lifestyle has been to give up the soy and tofu products that were staples in my husband's and my diet.
As you can tell by the ingredients, this raw taco meat recipe is quite small. Double up as necessary. I seem to like small recipes because I am thrifty and I want to try a small batch before I invest 2 cups of this or that into a recipe that doesn't turn out well.
This raw taco meat recipe has been an excellent, hearty base and my husband loves it--more than I do, even.
I often spread this recipe on romaine lettuce, and I top it with tomatoes and fresh sprouts. Sprouted adzuki beans go surprisingly well with this recipe.
Raw taco meat recipe originally posted at Dimond Health
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