NOTE FROM EVA: This recipe is my own, which means you are welcome to share it with your friends, on the internet, with your family. I would love to see you pass it around. But please, do give me credit and use the quick blurb right below the recipe.
Recipe makes 6-8 entree-size servings.
INGREDIENTS (FOR ORANGE TERIYAKI SAUCE)
- 1/2 c coconut aminos
- 1/2 T ginger juice
- 1 clove garlic
- 1/2 cup OJ
- 1/3 c sunny seeds
- 1/3 c yacon syrup
- 1/8 c sesame oil
- 1 T sea salt
- 1/4 c agave
INGREDIENTS (FOR STIR UN-FRY)
- 4 c broccoli
- 4 c cauliflower
- 3 c shredded beets and/or carrots
- 6 c celery cabbage, chopped
- 2 c mushrooms
- 2 c raisins
INGREDIENTS (FOR TOPPINGS)
- First: Shredded beets, carrots and/or alfalfa sprouts for garnish
- Next: 1/4 avocado, diced
- 1 t sesame seeds
- 1 T pumpkin or sunflower seeds
- Optional: Serve on a bed of wilted kale, spring salad, or spinach. To wilt kale, massage with some sea salt.
1/ Pulverize the dressing with your blender.
2/ Chop the veggies pretty small, put them all in a big bowl together, then massage them with your dressing. Don’t be shy – use your hands and dig in. Get out your anger if you have some. If you don’t, strengthen your hands!
3/ Optional: Put the veggies in a glass dish, like a casserole dish. If you have a dehydrator, put the veggies in the dehydrator at 135 degrees for the first hour, then at 115 degrees for another hour or two. Or, if you don’t have a dehydrator, put this in your oven on warm (as low as it goes) for a few hours to continue to soften and warm.
4/ Serve as the stir un-fry only or on top of a bed of greens. (Or something else – use your creativity!)
5/ Top with the avocado and other goodies.
Eva’s Tidbit: Why massage the cruciferous veggies so much? This will help soften the veggies like broccoli and cauliflower. As a result, they will be easier to digest, and the vital nutrients will be easier to assimilate. This will help you to feel light and fabulous after eating!
Another Tidbit: I know it can be hard sometimes to see raw recipes with ingredients you don’t have on hand and may not have even heard of. The tamari gives it the teriyaki flavor, but if you want to skip it for a different flavor, add another tablespoon of salt and about 1/4 cup of sesame oil. The yacon syrup can be replaced with maple or agave syrup if needed, or even 1/4 cup dates or raisins. The celery cabbage is wonderful, but it can be replaced with any other cabbage.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE! Would you like to use this recipe in your e-zine or on your website? You can, as long as you include the below blurb and link to the newsletter along with it.
This recipe was originally found in Raw News Bites, Eva Rawposa’s free weekly e-zine for raw food lovers and anyone looking to feel great. You can get your FREE recipes and tips, and your free subscription to Raw News Bites, at www.uncooking101.com. PLUS you will receive a link to download Eva’s book “Around the World in 8 Easy Recipes” when you sign up, as your WELCOME GIFT!
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