Recipe Directions

Peel and Chop carrots and sweet potato and add to your food processor along with the pine nuts, salt, cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg. Pulse until you get a “couscous” consistency. Place in a bowl and add raisins and chopped apricots. Give a taste and see if your prefer more salt or spice and enjoy!

Dynamiccoach's Thoughts

This is a delicious mix of sweet and a touch of salt.A Lovely light side dish

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Territa's Review

Sweet Potato Carrot Cous Cous
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I made this twice this week - super delicious and one of the few raw sweet potato recipes I've liked! Thanks! I, too, used dates instead of apricots once - still excellent. Tonight I substituted walnuts since I'm out of pine nuts: still pretty tasty, but it does change the texture a little. Make this while sweet potatoes are in season and use the freshest one you can find!!

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Ooh! Looks great! Really can't wait to try this!

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WOW! Just made it but instead of apricots I used dates. Also -- not enough cardamon so I didn't use it. This recipe is really amazing and I am enjoying it right now.

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yum. I added parsley.

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I had this tonight and it was WONDERFUL! (very easy to make too..)

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I tried this from www.dailyrawcafe.com last month and it is very good! Adding those spices would give it an added twist...love the flexibility of it and simple to make too. A nice way to get those raw root vegetables in to your day.

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I will be making this,YUM!

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wow, that sounds wonderful! I look forward to trying it.

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hi dynamic coach, this looks like a really interesting combination.

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