Overview

This raw cashew apple salad is perfect as a side salad. Cashew, carrots and apple are key ingredients here. A food processor is required to get the right texture for this recipe.
  • Prep Time

    7 min
  • Total Time

    7 min
  • Suggested Servings

    3 servings
  • Shelf Life

    Eat immediately
  • Equipment

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Place all ingredients in your food processor.
  • 2. Pulse very briefly. Just pulse once and take a look!
  • 3. Contine to pulse briefly to get the a "chicken-salad" type consistency that is quite chunky, like the attached picture. Go slow!
  • 4. Consume immediately.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

I like to use a crisp green Granny Smith apple or Gala apple in this recipe, but any apple will do. I use a medium-to-large apple.

Don't over-process, because it will look like the attached pic in just a quick pulse or two! So go slow.

This recipe does not keep well AT ALL. Just make it immediately before you want to eat it, and eat it all or force other people to help you eat it!

This makes a great side salad. It's a bit heavy for a whole meal, but I have eaten it as an entire meal on occasion.

PS: I am so addicted to creating pie recipes that it was hard for me to buckle down to make a savory recipe, but I know that they are both important!

Nutrition Overview

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  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Iron, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, and Vitamin K.

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Ouch, hate it when that happens Ailie! lol

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Hi Rienne, I have ebooks and digital recipe books available in "The Rawtarian's Kitchen" - info here: www.therawtarian.com/TRK

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Read 'a tablespoon of onion' as 'a whole onion'.... Let's just say after a few mouthfuls, our systems are clear!
We will definitely try it again with the correct quantities and let you know what we think then :-)

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I just made this again & tweaked the basic recipe, adding 1/4 of an orange bell pepper,chopped, 1/2 of an English cucumber,seeded & chopped, a handful of pecans,& celery. I put everything on a bed of romaine lettuce. It was even better than the first time that I made it. This recipe will be in my salad rotation often.

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Mmm, sounds delish, Susan!

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I just made this, leaving out the onion since I'm allergic to them. I added romaine lettuce & a bit of ranch dressing, mixing everything up well. It was really good & I will be making it again. I also want to try it with celery added.

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I'm glad you liked the salad, Susan! Celery would definitely add some crunchy zing!

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Should the nuts be soaked?

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Hi Kay! No need to soak the nuts

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I've tried about 8 recipes now and this my favorite so far! What an exquisite dish! So refreshing and tasty!

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Thank you, Nichole. I'm so pleased you like this salad! :)

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Ive been making this salad for a few months now and its quick, easy and includes ingredients that I would have in my pantry all the time (so there is no need to go out and buy ingredients especially for it). I whip it up for a meal on the run, rather than a side salad and I find it stores quite well for about 24 hours in the fridge if absolutely necessary. I'm not a whiz in the kitchen ... at all ... and the vast majority of your recipes are friendly for even an absolute novice like me. Thank you so much for the simplicity and nutritional value of your recipes!

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Hi Pollymum, so glad this is one of your regular staples. It's definitely my goal to create staples like this one that are easy for non-cook-types (since I consider myself a non-cook-type too)!

Glad to have you here with me :)

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My boyfriend and I just made this, and WOW! so fast and really yummy!!! We added some raw cheese though...hehe

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Love it, Chantell! Hopefully your boyfriend enjoyed too :)

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This is so yummy! All I had on hand was a royal gala apple, but it was still delicious... I noticed that the apple in the picture looks like a granny smith. I will have to use a granny smith next time.
Also, I think that I will also add a clove of garlic... mmmm yummy!

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So glad you enjoyed this one, Hollie! I usually just use whatever apple I have on hand in the fridge ;)

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Mia's Review

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Absolutely delicious! Love it lots. This is the first raw food dish I've made, consciously, and cannot fault it! Thanks!

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Love your pics Mia!!!! How'd you do that photo montage? Glad your first raw recipe was a success :)

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I take photo's with my smartphone (Samsung S2) and then you can edit them to put them into a montage. If you have a smartphone, you should be able to do the same with some kind of photo editor application that either comes with the phone or you can find one to install for free.
I'm finding a lot of vegan/raw recipes require the use of nuts, however they're proving to be quite expensive for my budget. Do you have any hints/tips on how to go about buying nuts in bulk for cheap please? (or fresh herbs for that matter?)

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Genius! I have an iPad and an Android phone and I need to use them more!

Re: nuts, I buy in bulk, nuts.com is pretty good depending on where you live (re: shipping)

Also, herbs, consider growing your own if you can!! I am a terrible gardening but I am focusing on herbs, especially chives, basil and mint.

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do you use Raw cashews in all your raw recipes?

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Hi Kayla, I use unsalted, unroasted cashews

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Becky Hughes's Review

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The apple salad is absolutely delish! My hubby and I totally loved it. Great combination, and I also added the avocado because I crave them so. Thanks for the great raw food recipe. From a pair of raw food newbies.

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Becky, sounds like you are on a roll and won't be considering yourself a newbie for long :)

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Joana's Review

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I made this salad for my luch today and I really loved it! Very fresh and satisfying! I'll be making this salad often for sure! Thank you so much for your tasty and easy recipes.

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Hi Joana,

I'm so glad that you enjoyed the salad recipe. Glad to have you here with me!

xox

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Matthew's Review

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This is soooooo very tasty and took all of 5 mins to make. Thanks!

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