Recipe Directions

Ingredients

  • 1 carrot – grated
  • 2 bananas
  • 1/8 cup raisins
  • 1/4 cup pecans
  • 3 tbsp agave nectar
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp red chili powder (optional)

Directions
Take one banana, 1 tsp of cinammon, 1/2 tsp salt, and the optional chili powder, and mash them together with a fork.
Next, take the carrots, raisins, pecans, and agave nectar, and mix them together. After thoroughly mixed, add 1/2 tsp of salt and 1 tsp of cinammon.
To serve, put some banana mixture into a small bowl (I used orange and grapefruit halves), and top with the carrot mixture and pieces of the remaining banana.

RishiFromRoshis's Thoughts

Its getting real close to my departure date, and my excitement has just been increasing exponentially. I just got a guide of all the places to travel to in India, and now I really can’t wait to get there. All the reading I’ve been doing has also gotten me really craving some Indian food. One of my favorite Indian desserts used to be my grandma’s halva. Halva’s a very sweet, very buttery dish, that’s probably just about as bad for your body as it is delicious. But with a little creativity and a little ingenuity, I created up something equally scrumptious. My mom described it as raw “ambrosia.†I hope you agree!
This recipe is from * Roshi’s Raw Lifestyle * . For the original posting, visit _ this link _ .
To contact Roshis, please email me at rishi@roshis.com or my brother at ro@roshis.com

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I made this last night at a BBQ my family was having, it was AMAZING!!! They were all jealous and intrigued watching mow down on this delicious treat while they ate their SAD cake... Next time I'll make sure to bring enough for everyone!

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This is so refreshingly different, innovative and creative. I just made the halwa and I adore it - not too sweet, and fantastically spicy.
I've had a look at your blog as well and it's fantastic. You guys have something really wonderful going on!

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i love your recipes...keep em coming!

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Halwa was something I was missing.I had this and it was delicious.can you take this a step further to gajar ka halwa or suji ka halwa....

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Don't worry friend. I'll be putting up more than one this weekend, so just hold on a bit.

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ughh i was waiting on your new recipe.. Hate to say I don't eat bananas so i guess i have to miss out on this one..... :(

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I just ate it so I can personally say its amazing. Good job bro!

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Sounds delish! Have a great time in India! I loved it there, especially Kerala.

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