Wonderfully crunchy “fries” and the ketchup is really tasty!

Recipe Directions

For “fries”, combine jicama, olive oil, paprika and salt to taste. Toss to coat.

For ketchup, blend sun dried tomatoes, vinegar, raisans, salt and onion powder in blender. Blend until smooth.

*Dip “fries” in ketchup and enjoy!

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By NicoleJ

Wonderfully crunchy “fries” and the ketchup is really tasty!

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I made this yesterday from 'the Complete Book of Raw Food', but I made a couple of changes to the ketchup: only 1 teaspoon of salt, just a slice or two of onion in place of the onion powder, & a bit less ACV. Oh, & I left mine a bit chunky instead of smooth. But my fella tells me we're never buying bottled ketchup again! :)

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This was good, don't get me wrong, but not what I was hoping for. I felt like there was too much oil and paprika on the jicama, which made it very messy. Guess I'm not that big of a fan of paprika either. My ketchup did not blend smooth - that's my punk blender's fault though! The raisins didn't want to blend at all and I am wondering - do I need to soak the raisins as well??? I imagine if they were properly blended in the ketchup would have had the right tangy/sweet ratio.

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This sounds good. I will have to try this. Thanks for sharing.

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This was good, don't get me wrong, but not what I was hoping for. I felt like there was too much oil and paprika on the jicama, which made it very messy. Guess I'm not that big of a fan of paprika either. My ketchup did not blend smooth - that's my punk blender's fault though! The raisins didn't want to blend at all and I am wondering - do I need to soak the raisins as well??? I imagine if they were properly blended in the ketchup would have had the right tangy/sweet ratio.

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I made this yesterday from 'the Complete Book of Raw Food', but I made a couple of changes to the ketchup: only 1 teaspoon of salt, just a slice or two of onion in place of the onion powder, & a bit less ACV. Oh, & I left mine a bit chunky instead of smooth. But my fella tells me we're never buying bottled ketchup again! :)

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This sounds good. I will have to try this. Thanks for sharing.

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