Recipe Directions

  1. Start by cutting up the broccoli into small, bite-sized pieces and place into a medium-sized bowl.
  2. Add the celery, mushrooms, and cashews into the bowl. Add spices and sauces.
  3. Mix together, until all veggies and nuts are covered.
  4. If you just came home from work and whipped this up, eat it! If you have some time to spare, let the mix sit for at least 20 minutes. The longer it sits, the better the veggies can soak up the flavor. Enjoy!

Zedster's Thoughts

I just made something similar to this for dinner out of leftovers I had in my kitchen, so the measurements I give below are estimates for making a full serving (mine was about 0.5). As a warning, I like very spicy foods, so adjust the chili sauce as necessary.

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omg, this just saved me. i'm on day six 100% raw and was falling! i had nothing in the house except my salads and smoothies and needed something. luckily i had broccoli, raw cashews, and some chili powder and ginger. Added a little sea salt too. thanks for the idea!

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Jenn_76's Review

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Very Yummy! Thank you for sharing :)

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sugar is raw?

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okay.. totally added everything in my house into this. julienne red pepper, carrots, and zuccini, tiny cauliflower, minced onion, garlic and cashews... and instead of teryaki.. which is cool.. i made my spicy peanut sauce... woooooooooooo dawgie. now that's some good eatin!
Thanks!!!!! gave me a canvas to start with! :]

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For a raw chili sauce you could steep chilis, garlic and whatever other spices in oil of your choice. You know how you see the fancy olive oils with sprigs of rosemary and garlic right in the bottle? Something along those lines, but pack full of chili. I think you'd need to let it set for a time before the oil becomes infused with the chili heat.

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donna.miller's Review

Spicy Cashew Broccoli Stir No-fry
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Wow, gotta try this! I love broccoli stir-fry (any vegie stir fry actually) so I'm so happy to find a raw alternative. I still have a bit of broccoli raab in the garden, I wonder if it will be too strong tasting? I'm going to find out I think! Thanks for the chili warning!
Raw alternative to mirin: I've got a good one, water kefir. Also known as tibicos or sugar-water kefir. Just make it without any lemon juice or other tart fruits, you can get it to taste quite similar to mirin.

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DELISH-US! We tried it this evening and my son (11yrs old) loved it; my husband, didnt, but he's picky and doesnt like to chew alot. I will definitely be making this again!

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It looks great! I have to try that soon.
Some Japanese people use honey instead of mirin, so I'm going to see if it works.

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I used Sriracha sauce. From what I can tell, there's no cooking involved in the process of creation (though the chili peppers are sun-dried). If you want to try your hand at some homemade sauce you can use dried chili peppers and a bit of garlic.
I should have made note about the un-rawness of the teriyaki sauce in my recipe at first—I've since updated that. Basic Teriyaki sauce is soy sauce, sugar, and mirin (rice wine), with ginger and other spices if you'd like. Soy sauce can be replaced with liquid amino or nama shoyu, but I am still looking into replacing the mirin. I'll try the liquid amino and sugar and let you know what it's like.

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I used Sriracha sauce. From what I can tell, there's no cooking involved in the process of creation (though the chili peppers are sun-dried). If you want to try your hand at some homemade sauce you can use dried chili peppers and a bit of garlic.
I should have made note about the un-rawness of the teriyaki sauce in my recipe at first—I've since updated that. Basic Teriyaki sauce is soy sauce, sugar, and mirin (rice wine), with ginger and other spices if you'd like. Soy sauce can be replaced with liquid amino or nama shoyu, but I am still looking into replacing the mirin. I'll try the liquid amino and sugar and let you know what it's like.

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Love this recipe! Made it for dinner last night, and it was delicious! Didn't have any chili sauce, but it was great, even without it. Instead of teriyaki sauce I used some of the new Coconut Aminos I got at the health food store. It's definitely raw. I also added a little bit of macadamia nut oil to the mix, which gave it a sort've 'buttery' touch.
I'd also like to know what kind of chili sauce you used. Thanks again for the great recipe!

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Any recommendations for raw teriyaki and chili sauce?

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