My first attempt at a raw curry which reminded me of the vegetable korma I used to have at my local indian restaurant – and it was really easy to make, took about 5 minutes.

Recipe Directions

Put all ingrediants 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. Clean your blender and then whizz your cauliflower into smaller pieces, I did it so that they were smaller but not as small as cous cous – this is personal preference though, any size would work. In a bowl add the cauliflower, the raisins and then mix in your curry sauce…. Eat! I had mine on romaine leaves rolled up which was really nice but you could serve it with other veg or some raw bread or crackers. Maybe a raw chapati? Sorry there’s no pic, I’ll take one next time!

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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 – and it was really easy to make, took about 5 minutes.

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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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