Recipe Directions

Ok.. don’t be overwhelmed by this recipe. It is very easy. First thing you do is to put the 1/4 cup of olive oil, tamari sauce, lemon juice and water in a jar and soak the mushrooms and onions. Then you slice the avocado and set aside. Put the rest of the ingredients, except the zucchini, in a blender and blend until smooth. Now about the sundried tomatoes. I have have found that this dish tastes so much better if you use the jar kind soaking in olive oil. Trust me, I have used the kind that you have to soak in water and it just doesn’t taste the same. Next you take the zucchini and put through the saladacco or spirooli. You can also just peel the zucchini to make fetuchini if you don’t have the saladacco. It tastes just as good.. but the presentation is more impressive when you make the noodles. The last thing you do is to run the blender until the sauce is a little warm. Not over 118 degrees. Then you pour over the noodles and top with the mushrooms and onions and slices of avocado. I just grab (sloppily) the mushrooms and onions out with a fork so as a little of the marinade splashes into the mix for a nice touch, but you don’t want too much of it. bon appetite!

Rawozzy's Thoughts

This is an evolution from a basic marinara sauce that just didn’t taste very good. I had to work hard to come up with a recipe that my cooked family would enjoy with me. This is what I came up with. Even my cooked friends have asked me for the recipe.

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Delicious recipe! I've had this two nights in a row - can't get enough. The serving suggestion with the marinated mushrooms and sliced avocado is a great idea.

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YUM! I'm adding this to my favorites!

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This was just unbelievably delicious! My boyfriend loved it a lot as well :) I'm going to make this regularly from now on...
By the way: I didn't use the sundried tomatoes from a jar but instead, after soaking them, I put them in a jar of olive oil myself and added some himalaya salt, basil, garlic & lemon juice. Turned out fine.

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This was just unbelievably delicious! My boyfriend loved it a lot as well :) I'm going to make this regularly from now on...
By the way: I didn't use the sundried tomatoes from a jar but instead, after soaking them, I put them in a jar of olive oil myself and added some himalaya salt, basil, garlic & lemon juice. Turned out fine.

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I tried this recipe. I found the taste overpowering but it would be a good transition food for someone not used to clean raw.

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I just made this tonight. It really is fantastic. I definitely enjoyed the marinated mushrooms and onions...and i have never liked mushrooms and onions before. I added some pine nuts and cashews to the sauce but it was better before i did that. Still my boyfriend was licking his plate! Thanks for the recipe!

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I just saw this recipe. I have lots of sundried tomatoes leftover from another recipe I was making, and I didn't know what to do with them. Unfortunately, they're the type you have to soak in water, but! I got an idea. I took an old jar and filled it with the sundried tomatoes and then poured in olive oil. I'm going to let it soak for about a week so I can enjoy this next weekend. :)

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Thanks Blackbirdbrae. Imagine that.. dreaming about raw spaghetti Marinara. Tell her it is a message! hehe

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Just a quick note to let you all know that I revised this recipe. I added lemon juice and water to the marinade. I felt the marinade was a little strong. Adding the lemon juice and water seemed to make it so much better. If you liked it the other way just omit the lemon juice and water when you are making it.

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Wow! What a nice compliment Kooky! I am so glad you and your hubby liked it.

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Thanks so much for this recipe : all the persons that tasted it loved it! My best friend who's not on a raw food diet even dreamt about it ! :)

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Whoops, I hit the button before typing in a comment. Diane, you are a RAW GODDESS. I made this recipe for my cooked husband and he loved it. I am making it for his mother when she visits this week as well. This tastes better than cooked spaghetti. I am thrilled to be able to cook just one meal for hubby and me. Thank you!!

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This has been a favorite of mine for weeks now. I am stunned by the taste and how easy this is to make! I could eat this a couple of times a week. Try it!

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i am so excited to try it!

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I was stunned with how delicious this was. Boyfriend loved it too!

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What a great idea! Thanks! It just so happens I am making it tonight for my daughter and I so I will try your suggestion.

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Sorry to add more but you have to try the mushrooms and onion dehdrated one hour before use once, They taste cooked, sooo good. I marinate a pint of mushrooms place on teflon and dehdrate for 1 hour, I am lucky if I don't eat them all before adding to a dish.

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I put the noodles right in the dehydrator, it helps to take some moisture, warm them up too. I had a recipe for lasagne suggest dehydrating after you assembled the lasagna for 2-4 hours, and I have been doing it with all pasta ever since. You can spirolize the noodles first, place and them in dehydrator while you prepare the sauce. Add sauce and dehydrate for 1 more hour. Fantastic recipes!

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I absolutely loved this recipe, one of my favourites

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I wonder if you could put the spiralized zucchini in the dehydrator. I would imagine they would heat up a little faster that way.

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I put the whole zucchinis in the dehydrator while I'm making the sauce. Since they're mostly water, they warm up really fast - within 10-15 minutes. Then, when they're spiralized, they're still warm and, with the blended-warm sauce, it makes a great non-cold pasta dish.

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123, thanks for the information about making the zucchini more "noodlelike." I am going to try it tonight.

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I did again! I hit the leave comment button before I left the comment. Here's the link the Cherie Soria's video.
http://www.rawfoodchef.com/culinaryArts/freeRawFoodsVideos.html
The noodle directions are in the mushroom stroganoff recipe.

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The sauce is awesome! I love this dish. Especially warming the sauce just a little in the moch vitamix (I have the healthmaster 100 by Jack Lalanne). My husband loved the dish as well. I will make it again and again.

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123, just wondering where you watcher Cheria Soria make the noodles? Does she have a video!
Rawozzy, can hardly wait to make this! I dehydrate my own tomatoes with olive oil and fresh herbs, so this will be a grand way to use them! Thank you!

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