This is currently our favorite meal! It is pretty basic and can be altered to fit your own taste. The dressing is also great as a dip for veggies. I have also served the cut up veggies with romaine lettuce and ‘thai coleslaw’ dressing for a variety of lettuce wraps. Always a big hit! A friend shared these recipes...

Recipe Directions

Dressing:

I put all the ingredients in the blender and blend til the garlic, ginger and chile are pureed. I have also made it by mincing the garlic, ginger and chile and mixing by hand. So this meal could be appliance free.

Salad:

I know this is very general, but I change this every time I make it, according to what I have in the fridge. I always use bok choy, carrots, red pepper and then just add in what I feel like, usually somewhat equal parts. I top with green onions, minced cilantro and minced cashews. Using a food processor will save you time, but not mandatory.

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By rawstiles

This is currently our favorite meal! It is pretty basic and can be altered to fit your own taste. The dressing is also great as a dip for veggies. I have also served the cut up veggies with romaine lettuce and ‘thai coleslaw’ dressing for a variety of lettuce wraps. Always a big hit! A friend shared these recipes with me and I believe they came from Matt Amsden/RAWvolution.

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thank you :) this is soo yummmmm...!

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Made a scaled down version of this twice this weekend. even heavily sceptic non-raw bf liked it (result!!!!).

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Have just found a reference to this in a thread, love thai salads and this one looks scrummy. Thank you!

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I just made this dressing this morning to take to school for my midday salad. This dressing is on point! I used soaked raw peanuts instead of almonds. Thank you for the recipe Rawstiles! ...delicious!

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After reading everyone's comments about this, I made it. Seriously, I licked the blender clean (minus the blades... in which case I used my fingers). Mmmm Mmmm MMMM!

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Just made this for the first time, and it is absolutely wonderful! I believe this is my new favorite!

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This is one of my very favorite dishes and what I typically serve to SAD guests. Everyone loves it.

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i made this yesterday but changed the maple syrup to agave and almond butter with raw jungle peanut butter and poured it over bok choy, red pepper, cucumber, carrot and zucchini. it was awsome, i've got more to eat today! i will add the spicy love next time!

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So good to hear everyone is enjoying! Really like hearing how people have modified! Enjoy the day!

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My boyfriend and I just had this and it was AWESOME!! By far the best Raw Food I've eaten yet.

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This sounds sooo delicious! Once i'm off the master cleanse, i'll be doing this! Thanks for adding!

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Okay so I used green and purple cabbage but didn't have any bok choy but it was still super delicious! YUMMY! My mouth is still on fire (from the chile) but I think that's a good thing! I'm adding this to my favorites and will try with the bok choy and daikon radish next time!

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I have a lot of green cabbage lying around, can that be used instead of purple cabbage? This sounds really yummy!

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I used this sauce as the basis of a dinner tonight, but added an entire red chile, omitted the sesame oil, used agave nectar instead of maple syrup, and added a bunch of chopped thai basil. It was delicious. I served it over finely chopped red cabbage, carrots, green onions, red peppers, mung bean sprouts, snow peas, and chopped cilantro and thai basil. I topped it off with some chopped mushrooms and scallions marinated in shoyu, thai basil, chopped ginger and a dash of olive oil. One of the best raw dinners I've ever had.

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Yum! Added some tamarind paste to the dressing and tossed with spiralized zucchini and chopped bell pepper for a potluck. It was a great success!

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I just made the dresing and it was off the wall! Wow!

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I made this dressing for some thai wraps I was making. So I didn't use as much water since it was for a dip, but it was soooo good. delish

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