Recipe Directions

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.

Writeeternity's Thoughts

By writeeternity

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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i'm gonna be honest, pretty frikkin good. I didn't have celery seeds, but i added coriander and cumin instead. I also chopped a tomato and mixed it in. Definitely needed the tomato for freshness. The ACV is also a must.

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Hi Rishi! Thank you for trying this and getting back to me! One thing else I did was soak the walnuts a few days ago in spices and then dehydrate them. They were moister when I finished than when I started so I didn't dehydrate them too much. I am glad you built on the curry flavor I had going. I almost added cumin myself! I want to make an indian lentil flat bread somehow raw. I love that stuff!

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I made this last night for dinner and finished it up today for lunch. So delish! I made little cucumber sandwiches but those crackers you have in the picture look great too. Is the recipe on the sight?

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yummy!

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This salad is fabulous! I used half as much turmeric. The raisins and apples add a sweet flavor that is perfect with the tangy ingredients. Using it as an apple dip or on top of salad is perfect. I had it with onion bread and it was great.

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i will definitely try making more and dehydrating it into crackers/bread!

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i was a little skeptical about how much this would actually taste like chicken salad, but i was happily surprised! It really does!! i think its the celery, and the texture of the raw mushrooms really helps make it "meaty" as well. DELICIOUS! :9 We ate it kind of like a dip, with apple slices.

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yum. really good - smells like turkey or chicken salad really! Capitol!

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I'm so glad you liked it!

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this is so good! I didn't dehydrate and thought it was similiar to chicken salad

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Hi Karriej! That is so great you tried it and liked it too! I have never been into walnuts really but now with the almond issue, and the cashew question I have been trying other things. That't the thing that is so neat about this recipe. I took this recipe above and added a cup of grated carrot (or left over from juicing) and a little flax and water and wala! You've got the above cracker. The picture above actually isn't the chicken salad- it's the crackers made form the chicken salad. The checken salad actually looked whiter like real chicken salad. Good luck making them!

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I made this last night for dinner and finished it up today for lunch. So delish! I made little cucumber sandwiches but those crackers you have in the picture look great too. Is the recipe on the sight?

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Hi Rishi! Thank you for trying this and getting back to me! One thing else I did was soak the walnuts a few days ago in spices and then dehydrate them. They were moister when I finished than when I started so I didn't dehydrate them too much. I am glad you built on the curry flavor I had going. I almost added cumin myself! I want to make an indian lentil flat bread somehow raw. I love that stuff!

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i'm gonna be honest, pretty frikkin good. I didn't have celery seeds, but i added coriander and cumin instead. I also chopped a tomato and mixed it in. Definitely needed the tomato for freshness. The ACV is also a must.

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I intend to try this one!

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