Recipe Directions

VEGGIES

1. Prepare all the ingredients and set that aside.

PECAN SAUCE 

2. Blend all ingredients together until smooth. For a spicier version, add 1 more jalapeno and leave the seeds in.

SPICY NUTS TOPPING

3. Crush the nuts into little chunks using mortar and pestle.

4. Place nuts in a bowl and mix in the rest of the ingredients.

ASSEMBLY

5. Arrange in a bowl from bottom to top: all the veggies, spicy nut toppings, and top or serve separately pecan sauce.

Cheflandria's Thoughts

By Cheflandria

More on a traditional Vietnamese dish. Enjoy!

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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! This looks fantastic! How about a raw version of "Basil, Tomato, Tofu", Vietnamese Street Noodles Hue Style, or Pho?

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rkbush...I am so challenged now! those are tuff but have a few ideas and hopefully it works!

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I loved this! One of my favorite raw recipes. Thank you.

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brilliant!

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This was so good! Wow! Totally putting this in the mix. Thank you Master Cheflandria!

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Lovely photograph (as always) Cheflandria...and such a delicious mix... I feel inspired! :) Thank you!

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i love vietnamese food!!! pho!! its my favourite. except my husband complains when i make vegan pho, so i can just his reaction to raw pho. i was actually thinking of playing around to try and invent a recipe for it, but i think that you are more qualified... i am waiting for what you come up with...

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rkbush...I am so challenged now! those are tuff but have a few ideas and hopefully it works!

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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! This looks fantastic! How about a raw version of "Basil, Tomato, Tofu", Vietnamese Street Noodles Hue Style, or Pho?

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Hi DivineMissEm (nice name) - yes, you can leave the kelp noodles out - I would substitute it with thinly julienne green papaya or even spiral zucchini - why not right? The kelp noodles just gives it that noodooly taste I really like. Regular basil is okay, too not a problem! As long as you mix the basil with mint, you are good to go. Thanks for asking those questions.

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This looks incredible! This is my favorite kind of meal to have. Two questions about substitutions. Would leaving the kelp out change much. 1. I don´t care for it when I prepare it myself and 2. it´s hard to find here. Also, would regular basil be an ok flavor change?

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