Recipe Directions

Ingredients



Dressing:

1/8 cup Olive Oil

2 tbsp ACV

1 tbsp amino acid

1/4 onion

1 tbsp grated ginger

2 large leaves mint

5 large basil

5 tbsp sesame seeds

1/2 tbsp salt

1 lemon – juiced

1 tbsp agave

chili powder (to taste)



Filling:

2 medium tomatoes – half moon sliced

2 carrots – grated

1/4 cabbage

black pepper

alfalfa sprouts

walnuts

pecans

basil



Wrap:

collard greens



Directions:



Take all the ingredients for the dressing (except 3 tbsp of your sesame seeds), and just toss them into a food processor or spice mill. Add the remaining sesame seeds afterwards. Dressings done!

After you’ve diced your tomatoes and grated your carrots, slice up your cabbage so its real thin. Mix your vegetables together, and then pour in enough of the dressing to coat them. Mix the vegetables and dressing, and keep adding dressing until you feel the flavor is strong enough.

To make the actual burrito, take some of your vegetable mix and place it out on a leaf of collard greens. Next, take some alfalfa sprouts and lay them next to the veggie mix. Top everything with some walnuts, pecans, and a few extra leaves of basil. Wrap everything up, and you’ve got it!

RishiFromRoshis's Thoughts

Well, its finally June, and that means only one thing for me. SUMMER VACATION! After working all last summer at a large software corporation, I decided to do things just a bit differently this year. On June 14th, I’ll be heading on over to India, where I’ll be starting a 3 month backpacking trap that will end in Hong Kong in September. For about 2 months, I’ll be in Southeast Asia, so I decided to make a Southeast Asian inspired dish. If you love Thai, Malaysian, or Cambodian food, then you’ll love this dish.

This recipe is from * Roshi’s Raw Lifestyle *. For the original posting, visit this link.

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I can't wait to try this tomorrow night for dinner or lunch on Wednesday. Thank you!

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i made it anyway! ha.

i just halved the recipe and it ended up making 3 medium sized wraps, which was plenty for me as a meal! very delicious. loved the dressing. i was scared the collards would be too strong tasting but it complimented all the other flavors very well.

the only changes i made was i omitted the sesame seeds because i got too lazy/hungry to rummage around my pantry looking for them and i substituted almonds for walnuts and pecans just because i think almonds go better with asian food in general.

great recipe, though!

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i reallllly want to make this tonight for dinner.

how many servings does this recipe make, though?

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I'm not so good with the wrapping part, but I tried this recipe minus the oil and salt and it was yummy! Thank you! =)

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I'm trying this soon - i love Thai food! I can never get my wraps to wrap up so nicely!

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That... looks absolutely amazing.

I can't wait to try out this recipe!

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ACV=apple cider vinegar

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This looks awesome! What is ACV though? I'm new to all of this still.

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That does look wonderful, & I love the name :)

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that looks wonderful!

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