My first attempt at a raw curry which reminded me of the vegetable korma I used to have at my local Indian restaurant. It was really easy to make and took about 5 minutes. I had mine on romaine leaves rolled up which was really nice but you could serve it with other vegetables or some raw bread or crackers. Maybe a...

Recipe Directions

1. Put all ingredients except the cauliflower and raisins in the blender and whizz at a high speed until combined. The mixture should be thick but run off the back of a spoon. Add more water if required. Curry sauce complete.

2. Clean your blender and then whizz your cauliflower into smaller pieces, I did it so that they were smaller but not as small as couscous--this is personal preference though, any size would work.

3. In a bowl, add the cauliflower, the raisins and then mix in your curry sauce.

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By KatyUK

My first attempt at a raw curry which reminded me of the vegetable korma I used to have at my local Indian restaurant.

It was really easy to make and took about 5 minutes.

I had mine on romaine leaves rolled up which was really nice but you could serve it with other vegetables or some raw bread or crackers. Maybe a raw chapati?

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My first attempt at any curry. It didn't agree well with me (too spicy...the strong flavours just didn't settle well...), but it's a great way to get that bitter but nutritious raw cauliflower in and a way to try a bunch of new blends of spices.

I tried it over kelp noodles.

It almost looked like chili! Hmmm...a raw chili...you've inspired me! ^^

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Oops, I meant to write something. This is a delicious recipe, thanks for sharing. I added some apricot jam to make it sweeter!

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YUM this was SO good! I've made it twice already ;). I saved the cashews and added them at the end to give it some nice crunch. YUM-O!

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i bought cauliflower today and wanted an interesting raw way of doin' it, googled, and found this - excellent! i love that it didn't require too much effort, too. i added another carrot and more red pepper, and also added a raw red chili pepper and black pepper for heat. i also blended in fresh cilantro, which really adds to how fresh this tastes.

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This was really good (though I added way to much onion for my taste - I forgot how much stronger they are when raw!) and I'll definitely make it again. So much quicker than "regular" Indian dishes when you cut out the cooking step - all you have to do is prep and blend. Thanks!

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This was wonderful - smelled soooo good too!! I added dates too because I made it very spicy!

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had the left overs today with zucchini& carrot pasta - fabulous,I also garnished with coconut and a few sultanas - better today than two days ago.

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I tried this one today, my processor chopped the cauli and it looked just like white rice. The curry paste was delicious and the combination great, I added 2 dates and would propably add some sultanas and pine nuts to the cauli a bit of garnish - coconut on the paste would have been good also - delicious Well done. I have left-overs and I will enjoy them in a couple of days - the paste should 'mature' as well by then. Delicious

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My first attempt at any curry. It didn't agree well with me (too spicy...the strong flavours just didn't settle well...), but it's a great way to get that bitter but nutritious raw cauliflower in and a way to try a bunch of new blends of spices.

I tried it over kelp noodles.

It almost looked like chili! Hmmm...a raw chili...you've inspired me! ^^

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wOw. deliciOUs! quick.easy.YuM. . . a m a z i n g . mine was a bit chunky, had with romaine.. left with a smile. thanks!

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Indian crepe recipe is good with this it is like a chipati and from raw by trotter and klein:

1 green apple + 3/4 cu ground flax + 1 cup water + 1/2 coconut + 1/2 teasp curry powder Blend in blender then dehydrate, mmmmmmm

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Angie, It is an Indian flatbread. Looks like a flour tortilla sorta

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YUM this was SO good! I've made it twice already ;). I saved the cashews and added them at the end to give it some nice crunch. YUM-O!

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This is yummy. Made some up for dinner just now and it is good. Took very short prep time and tasty as.

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I have never had Indian food, & I don't know what chapati is, but this sounds good.

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Oh, that was cruel...as soon as I saw the word "chapati" I started to drool...Gosh I miss those!

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Oops, I meant to write something. This is a delicious recipe, thanks for sharing. I added some apricot jam to make it sweeter!

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Ooh I think it would be about 1/4 - 1/2 cup of each. I also forgot that I added a date to the sauce too... oops! I'll update the recipe!

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This sounds just wonderful. Could you give me an idea of about how much the carrot and onion would measure....about a cup of each?.... or would that be too much?

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