¼ cup cashews
¼ cup water
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 teaspoon celery seed
1 teaspoon dry mustard
Sprinkle of garlic powder
1 cup walnuts
2 stalks celery
1 tablespoon chopped pickle, pickled ginger, or apple cider vinegar
¼ cup sliced grapes (optional)
1 chopped cucumber (for putting salad on)
¼ cup sliced green onion (mixed in at the end)
Sprinkle of yellow bell pepper (if you have it)
Optional but great to add is chopped apple, raisins, or collard greens at the end.
1. Blend the cashews, water and spices together until smooth (I use a Blendtec for this).
2. Pulse the walnuts and celery in food processor until small chunks remain. I also threw in a few mushrooms.
3. Throw in green onions, raisins, and apple (optional) in at the end.
4. Wait until the very end to add the pickles if you do, or add a little on each portion.
5. Serve and enjoy on celery rounds, in scooped out peppers, in a tomato or with favorite bread or crackers.
6. I made this into crackers with everything except the pickles, so it gives you another option. Add some flax to the crackers to help hold them together and a cup of carrot pulp from juicing.
I might be hallucinating but this tasted just like chicken salad to me!
Also for the chik n biskit crackers shown here, I ran out of cashews so I used half a cup of sunflower seeds. You will have to add a little water to get it smooth.
I like a few grapes thrown in too. Serve in peeled cucumbers sliced in half and seeds taken out like raw hoagies or on slices of cucumber if it is for an hors-d'oeuvre. Or of course on raw bread with a little spinach if you have some!
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