Recipe Directions

Shred the parsnips in the food processor, take out & pour it in a bowl.

In the processor, Add drained pine nuts, sun dried tomatoes, sofrito for 5 seconds

Mix it in the bowl w/ the parsnip rice..

process onions, red peppers & garlic.. then add to the mix, along w/ olive oil.. salt & pepper

Add chili powder, then squeeze a whole lemon in there..

stir it up & leave in fridge for 1 hour..

FANTASTIC as a rice replacement on nori rolls or side dish! Delicioso…Que Rico!!

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By RawBuddhist

Delicious Raw Rice Recipe w/a kick! Use as a yummy side dish, tossed on salads or on nori rolls!

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they are a bit spicy like carrots, but put in with all the ingredients gives it a bit of a ricey textutre... Amanda and i LOVE mexican dishes and when she would visit FL, we would do mexican... Try this its great!!!

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Mmm, sounds delicious! I will try it tomorrow with an orange squash I bought today, and replace the pine nuts with almonds... let you know how that works out :))

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Thank You Thank You!!

I LOVE Parsnips and was trying to think of how to use them raw as they'll be in season soon,.. I've only had them cooked (theyre great with honey/maple syrup & wholegrain mustard).

Question though.. what does 'sofrito' mean, ie 'sofrito for 5 seconds'..?

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Oooooh! a Mexican dish! I love Mexican dishes. I've never tried parsnips either TheRawDance. I guess we'll be testing it out together. Whoever tries it first must post. I'm in no hurry though...I just grocery shopped.

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(I would really like to try these in my squash blossom burritos!) I think I may bite the bullet and buy some parsnips at the farmer's market tomorrow!

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You have done a beautiful job. Parsnips are one of the things I have not tried. I heard they are like a carrot but different. How do they taste?

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