This is a light, nutty, sweet and spicy salad that is easy to prepare. Very different too.
  • Yield

    Depends on how much of it one person will eat. I can eat the whole thing.
  • Equipment

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Recipe Directions

Mix together all the salad ingredients and put it on a serving platter or plate

Mix together the dressing ingredients. If you need to thin the mixture in order to make it creamy, add a little COLD water.

Don't worry if the dressing doesn't taste sweet because when it mixes with the pineapple juice in the salad that will change.

Spoon dressing over salad and eat it up.

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This is a light, nutty, sweet and spicy salad that is easy to prepare. Very different too.

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This sounds great! What brand raw peanut butter are you using? I've tried making it and it doesn't work too well. I bet soaked, marinated & dehydrated peanuts would be great in this. I soak mine in nama shoyu overnight and then dehydrate them until they are totally dry, they taste like dry roasted nuts. And, since I love cilantro, and have some now that needs to be used, what do you think about adding it?

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This meal has an unusual taste. It is almost like a fusion dish but heavily Asian.

I buy fresh raw peanut butter at my local health food market. You can add anything you like. I love cilantro and suspect it might be tasty if included. You can always throw a bit on one side of the dish and if you like it then put it all over.

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From what I know peanuts at the health food market are not safe, sorry. "Peanuts should never be eaten, even raw, as they contain toxic compounds."

The only raw "peanuts" out on the market that I know of are the Organic Jungle Peanuts by Sunfood. http://www.rawguru.com/store/raw-food/raw_wild_organic_jungle_peanuts.html

Personally, I usually substitute soaked Sesame seeds and almonds.

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From what I know peanuts at the health food market are not safe, sorry. "Peanuts should never be eaten, even raw, as they contain toxic compounds."

The only raw "peanuts" out on the market that I know of are the Organic Jungle Peanuts by Sunfood. http://www.rawguru.com/store/raw-food/raw_wild_organic_jungle_peanuts.html

Personally, I usually substitute soaked Sesame seeds and almonds.

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This meal has an unusual taste. It is almost like a fusion dish but heavily Asian.

I buy fresh raw peanut butter at my local health food market. You can add anything you like. I love cilantro and suspect it might be tasty if included. You can always throw a bit on one side of the dish and if you like it then put it all over.

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This sounds great! What brand raw peanut butter are you using? I've tried making it and it doesn't work too well. I bet soaked, marinated & dehydrated peanuts would be great in this. I soak mine in nama shoyu overnight and then dehydrate them until they are totally dry, they taste like dry roasted nuts. And, since I love cilantro, and have some now that needs to be used, what do you think about adding it?

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