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Your favorite raw cracker/bread (should be hardy enough to hold all of toppings--I use Wheat-Free crusts from Mauk Family Farms)
3 handfuls of cashew
2 medium tomatoes
4 sticks broccoli
1 medium tomato
1 teaspoon coriander powder
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
1 1/2 tablespoon nama shoyu/Braggs Liquid Aminos/soy sauce
2 handfuls of walnut pieces
Chaat masala (I prefer MDH's Chunky Chaat Masala, available at your local Indian grocery store)
1. In a food processor, put all of your cashews and just 1/2 of a tomato. Keep adding more tomato until the juices from the tomato makes the mixture mildly smooth and sauce like. If you have any tomato leftover, you can use it for the 2nd layer.
2. Grate carrots, zucchini, broccoli, and tomato into a large mixing bowl. Then add coriander, cumin, turmeric, Nama Shoyu, and walnuts pieces.
3. Let the mixture sit for a bit so all the juices have time to mix together.
3. Take one slice of crust, and spread tomato-cashew mixture on top as the 1st layer. Then, top with the vegetable mixture for layer.
4. Place thinly sliced tomatoes on top of the vegetable mixture, and, finally, dust the top of the pizza with chaat masala.
RishiFromRoshis's ThoughtsBy rishiFromRoshis
So I actually started this recipe with something completely different in mind, which ended up not working out like I wanted it too (I would of had to use a dehydrator to get it just right, and you all know how Ro and I dislike waiting for food).
After playing around with what I had made, I thought I would go for more of a fusion feel on this one.
The idea of pizza popped into my head, and so the chaat it up pizza was born. I actually wasn't sure if it would taste good until I took a bite, and wow! What a bite.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with chaat (literally meaning to lick or to taste), this should be a good introduction.
Chaat is style of Indian snack food, mostly found in the north of India, and consists of all of my favorite Indian dishes. Chaat usually consists of a variety of cracker like snacks, topped yogurt, tamarind chutney, yogurt, and basically every spice known to man.
The result is an explosion of flavors you probably didn't know was possible and a stomach that will likely be angry with you for submitting it to such a concoction.
Chaat masala has a very strong taste, so first add a little to see how much you'd like to add. I personally love spiced up food so I like to add a bit more than a dusting, but it's up to you. After that, all you gotta do is take a bite and enjoy it!
Luckily, this dish should give you all of those wonderful flavors without the resulting gas problems. Hope you all enjoy it!
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