This recipe is featured in the BRAND NEW 2 part Savory Raw Dinner Recipes DVD set.  It is super easy and very delicious!
The beauty of raw soups, is that they are quite fast to make blend them until they are the temperature you want in the Vitamix. So they can be room temperature, warm or quite warm. Just blend for 30-60 seconds for room temperature 1-2 minutes for warm, and then once you get past 2 minutes you are essentially really heating the soup and can cook it a little.  So keep this in mind, depending whether you want a room temperature raw soup, or a transitional warm “raw” soup.
This recipe will please even the most skeptical people of raw soups. Just blend it a little longer so it’s warm and not cold if you’re using corn and bell peppers straight from the fridge.
Creamy Raw Mexican Cilantro Corn Soup
Ingredients:
3 cobs of corn2 yellow peppers, cut into chunks1 small onion, cut into chunks2-3 cloves of garlic, diced1 small avocado or 1/2 large1/2 cup cilantro diced2 1/2 tsp cumin1/2 tsp herbamere/salt1 1/2 large limes juiced1/2 red pepper, diceddiced chili peppers or chili pepper powder to garnishgreen onions to garnish
Directions:
1. Cut the corn off the cob. (Make sure you have a sharp knife, a bowl or plate to catch the corn, and a towel. It’s messy!)
2. Put half of the corn, both yellow peppers, avocado, onion, garlic, half of the cilantro, cumin, lime and salt into the Vitamix or food processor.
3. Use the Vitamix tamper to push ingredients down into blade and blend until creamy. (If you don’t have a Vitamix and need to add a little water to make it blend, do so)
4. Pour into 2 bowls. Add remaining corn, and red peppers. If you like it spicy add diced chilli peppers.
5. Garnish with cilantro, red pepper, green onions and a sprinkle of chili pepper powder.
Serve!
For more delicious recipes check out Savory Raw Dinner Recipes

This recipe is featured in the BRAND NEW 2 part Savory Raw Dinner Recipes DVD set.  It is super easy and very delicious!

The beauty of raw soups, is that they are quite fast to make blend them until they are the temperature you want in the Vitamix. So they can be room temperature, warm or quite warm. Just blend for 30-60 seconds for room temperature 1-2 minutes for warm, and then once you get past 2 minutes you are essentially really heating the soup and can cook it a little.  So keep this in mind, depending whether you want a room temperature raw soup, or a transitional warm “raw” soup.

This recipe will please even the most skeptical people of raw soups. Just blend it a little longer so it’s warm and not cold if you’re using corn and bell peppers straight from the fridge.

Creamy Raw Mexican Cilantro Corn Soup

Ingredients:

3 cobs of corn
2 yellow peppers, cut into chunks
1 small onion, cut into chunks
2-3 cloves of garlic, diced
1 small avocado or 1/2 large
1/2 cup cilantro diced
2 1/2 tsp cumin
1/2 tsp herbamere/salt
1 1/2 large limes juiced
1/2 red pepper, diced
diced chili peppers or chili pepper powder to garnish
green onions to garnish

Directions:

1. Cut the corn off the cob. (Make sure you have a sharp knife, a bowl or plate to catch the corn, and a towel. It’s messy!)

2. Put half of the corn, both yellow peppers, avocado, onion, garlic, half of the cilantro, cumin, lime and salt into the Vitamix or food processor.

3. Use the Vitamix tamper to push ingredients down into blade and blend until creamy. (If you don’t have a Vitamix and need to add a little water to make it blend, do so)

4. Pour into 2 bowls. Add remaining corn, and red peppers. If you like it spicy add diced chilli peppers.

5. Garnish with cilantro, red pepper, green onions and a sprinkle of chili pepper powder.

Serve!

For more delicious recipes check out Savory Raw Dinner Recipes

  • posted 17 March, 2013

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I wanted to share this special and healthy raw salad recipe with you. It is part of the Savory Raw Dinner Recipes DVD and book collection that has received many rave reviews. They’re 100% oil free and much lower in fat than traditional gourmet raw salad and nut heavy entree recipes.
The great thing about this recipe is that it has few ingredients and is easy to make. You don’t have to spend a lot of time making it and the ingredients are fairly easy to find at the grocery store.
Raw Vegan Strawberry Pecan Spinach Salad
Makes 2 dinner servings or 4 side servings
Ingredients:
Strawberry Pecan Spinach Salad:
11 oz. container baby spinach leaves2 cups of sliced fresh strawberries1/2 cup red onion, diced or sliced (your choice)1/3 cup raw pecans
Strawberry Chia Dressing:
1 cup fresh sliced strawberries1/4 cup clementine mandarin orange juice (use the sweetest FRESH oranges you can find)4 small dates, pitted (or you can sub 1-2 tbsp of liquid sweetener)2 tsp apple cider vinegar1 tbsp chia gel (or 1 tsp chia seeds)
Directions:
Slice pecans lengthwise on a cutting board so they are in long halves. (This makes them go farther and you’ll use less in the recipe)
 Arrange salad ingredients into 2 large bowls or 4 medium sized bowls for starter salads.
Blend dressing ingredients together and drizzle over salad.
Serve immediately.
For more delicious recipes check out Savory Raw Dinner Recipes

I wanted to share this special and healthy raw salad recipe with you. It is part of the Savory Raw Dinner Recipes DVD and book collection that has received many rave reviews. They’re 100% oil free and much lower in fat than traditional gourmet raw salad and nut heavy entree recipes.

The great thing about this recipe is that it has few ingredients and is easy to make. You don’t have to spend a lot of time making it and the ingredients are fairly easy to find at the grocery store.

Raw Vegan Strawberry Pecan Spinach Salad

Makes 2 dinner servings or 4 side servings

Ingredients:

Strawberry Pecan Spinach Salad:

11 oz. container baby spinach leaves
2 cups of sliced fresh strawberries
1/2 cup red onion, diced or sliced (your choice)
1/3 cup raw pecans

Strawberry Chia Dressing:

1 cup fresh sliced strawberries
1/4 cup clementine mandarin orange juice (use the sweetest FRESH oranges you can find)
4 small dates, pitted (or you can sub 1-2 tbsp of liquid sweetener)
2 tsp apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp chia gel (or 1 tsp chia seeds)

Directions:

  1. Slice pecans lengthwise on a cutting board so they are in long halves. (This makes them go farther and you’ll use less in the recipe)
  2.  Arrange salad ingredients into 2 large bowls or 4 medium sized bowls for starter salads.
  3. Blend dressing ingredients together and drizzle over salad.
  4. Serve immediately.

For more delicious recipes check out Savory Raw Dinner Recipes

  • posted 16 March, 2013

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This recipe is also featured in the Savory Raw Dinner Recipes book and DVD set.
When you have delicious ripe mangoes mixed with the cilantro, red onion and tomatoes it’s heaven. You can serve this on salad, lettuce wraps, cabbage bowls, as a dip etc. Try it out and you will love it!

Raw Vegan Mango Cilantro Salsa
Serves 2
Ingredients:
1 ataulfo/champagne mango 1 small tomato, deseeded, diced 1/4 cup red onion, diced 1/4 cup cilantro diced 1 clove garlic, minced
Directions:
Score the mango into cubes and cut off with a knife or spoon, or peel the mango and use square plate or veggie chopper to cube. Combine ingredients in a bowl and mix gently.
For more delicious recipes check out Savory Raw Dinner Recipes

This recipe is also featured in the Savory Raw Dinner Recipes book and DVD set.

When you have delicious ripe mangoes mixed with the cilantro, red onion and tomatoes it’s heaven. You can serve this on salad, lettuce wraps, cabbage bowls, as a dip etc. Try it out and you will love it!

Raw Vegan Mango Cilantro Salsa

Serves 2

Ingredients:

1 ataulfo/champagne mango
1 small tomato, deseeded, diced
1/4 cup red onion, diced
1/4 cup cilantro diced
1 clove garlic, minced

Directions:

Score the mango into cubes and cut off with a knife or spoon, or peel the mango and use square plate or veggie chopper to cube. Combine ingredients in a bowl and mix gently.

For more delicious recipes check out Savory Raw Dinner Recipes

  • posted 15 March, 2013

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