Recipe Directions

CURRY

1. Place bananas, tomatoes, and coconut oil into food processor and mix until smooth. Next add spices and cashews.

2. Depending on the thickness of the curry, add water until it reaches the desired consistency. Taste a little and see if you’d like it a little spicier (if so, add equal amounts coriander, cumin, and garam masala).

KOFTAS

3. Pulse walnuts, cumin, coriander, and nama shoyu in food processor until walnuts are in small pieces.

4. Mash walnut mixture together with dates by hand, and then roll the mixture into little balls.

SERVING

5. Places koftas on plate and cover with sauce. For “rice,” use shredded cabbage. For “naan,” use pieces of any leafy lettuce. For salad, use cherry tomatoes or sliced tomatoes.

RishiFromRoshis's Thoughts

By rishiFromRoshis

It occurred to me this weekend that even though I’ve been making Indian dishes for the last few recipes, I haven’t made the one thing that Indian food is known for: curry.

Actually, I haven’t made a curry since my very first post (curried vegetable wrap), so I figured this week should definitely be a curry week.

With my spice cabinet out in full force, I was really feeling the recipe flow on this one. Its got every flavor you could ask for, all joining together to provide one deliciously memorable experience for the taste buds.

As always, preparation is less than 20 minutes. I hope you love it as much as I do.

And remember to eat with your hands to get the full flavor!

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For me the curry is perfect with 1 small banana (not over ripe). I substituted cashews with an equal mixture of sesame seeds and sunflower sprouts. - The curry was so nice didn't actually get round to the koftas yet...

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This is really great thanks a bunch guys I really look forward to more of your raw Indian recipe posts!

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Great. I can't wait to make it. I like to soak my nuts to make them more digestible, I can dehydrate them for a few hours if I need to. I'm going to try to make it for Thanksgiving, gave it a boost to get rid of the three-star.Thanks so much for yet another awesome indian recipe.

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Yum, yum, yum! I used avocado because i had no bananas and it was PERFECT!

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This is really great thanks a bunch guys I really look forward to more of your raw Indian recipe posts!

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For me the curry is perfect with 1 small banana (not over ripe). I substituted cashews with an equal mixture of sesame seeds and sunflower sprouts. - The curry was so nice didn't actually get round to the koftas yet...

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Can't wait to make this. This was also my one of my FAVORITE sad dishes. Going to make it tomorrow night for a raw potluck at my house. I'll let you know how it goes. Can't wait!

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ladydaventry's Review

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I found them too sweet, next time I'll try perhaps leaving out the bananas. Cauliflower rice is amazing though, why have I never done that before!!!

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This is delish! A little heavy on the sweetness but this may have been because my bananas were super-ripe. I served this with grated cauliflower "rice" which soaked up the flavours well.

Like all good curries, it was even better the next day :)

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achin70's Review

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Wow, I've tried the version in Rainbow Green Live Food Cuisine before, but this looks great! :)

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Sounds interesting, I would never have thought of using bananas in a savoury dish but it looks worth a try.

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Oh wow, that looks lovely. We just love Indian Food. Thanks so much for sharing!

Would like to save this to my recipe box. Is this possible yet??

If not, I'll just copy and paste to a word doc or my email :-)

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Great. I can't wait to make it. I like to soak my nuts to make them more digestible, I can dehydrate them for a few hours if I need to. I'm going to try to make it for Thanksgiving, gave it a boost to get rid of the three-star.Thanks so much for yet another awesome indian recipe.

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Pistachios should work fine. You probably wouldn't want to soak them though because theyll turn out mushy. Try it if you want to though.

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Looks SO tasty Roshi. Next thing you'll invent for us is a raw naan recipe lol, that and aloo gobi is the best stuff ever. I don't have many nuts, but would soaked pistachios work as a substitute for walnuts?

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This was one of my fav's on SAD! Thanks! Will try it next time i shop

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