This is delicious for stretching out tight budgets. The rawness of frozen is debatable, but usable for me. I’m really looking forward to local organic corn to put in this.
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Process half the sunflower sprouts with whatever water needed until creamy. I find letting it sit in the processor briefly then doing it again lets chunks settle and find the blades.
And half the corn and more water as needed, process till creamy again. Add the garlic and onion and process till creamy again. Once more to add the avocado, a pinch of pepper and as much water as you desire for consistancy.
Now add half of what you have left for sunflowers and corn as well as a sprig or two of parsley and pulse just long enough to small chunk them.
Pour into bowls with the remaining corn and sunflower sprouts. Season with salt and pepper, garnish with additional parsley.

Krystale's Thoughts

This is delicious for stretching out tight budgets. The rawness of frozen is debatable, but usable for me. I’m really looking forward to local organic corn to put in this.

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I used everything but the sunflower seeds (none on hand) and this still came out delicious. Very easy and cheap too! I added a green bell pepper and left some of the veggies out of the blender for some chunkiness.

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The sunflower seeds actually have a little crisp texture that reminds me a little of the bits of potato in cooked chowder. I got hungry typing this and had to go put seeds on to soak.

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Yum... can't wait for fresh sweet corn!

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Sunflower seeds are cheaper than the version of creamed corn made with pine nuts. Good Suggestion. I'll try this out with fresh corn.

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