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Raw Curried Rice (Parsnip) with Scallions and Peas Recipe

Low Fat Raw Vegan Curried Rice Recipe

Raw Vegan curried rice

Raw Vegan Curried Parsnip Rice with Peas and scallions Recipe

Curried rice is an essential staple of the Indian diet! It wouldn’t be a meal without it, but this version is much healthier because it’s grain-free. This is perfect to pair with all sorts of other raw vegan dishes. This raw dish tastes better the day after as all the flavors get to mingle together, so i highly suggest you make it before hand. But, if you don’t have time, it’s not essential.

  • 2lbs parsnips
  • 1 C coconut milk
  • 1/2 tsp curry
  • 1/2 tsp garam masala
  • 1/2 cup sundried tomatoes (Soaked)
  • 1/2 c chopped green onion
  • 1 1/2 cups peas
  1. Peel and roughly chop the parsnips then add them to the food processor to grind until the size of rice. (In smaller chunks than the picture displays)
  2. In the blender for the curry sauce: Combine the coconut milk, curry, garam masala, and sun-dried tomatoes and blend until smooth
  3. Combine the parsnips, green onion, peas and curry sauce and mix well.

For the full raw curried rice recipe:

1,500 calories coming from: 07% Protein, 57% Carbs, 36% Fat

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  1. Maria Maria
    June 27, 2014    

    Hi Heather

    I thank God that He has lovely people like you who are willing to share these lovely recipes. I have being so sick and I`v noticed that when ever I eat uncooked food I feel very good and have actual energy to do things. My problem was that I am a very good cook and I love my food but it was killing me. I was browsing internet and I saw you on the you tube and i really think there is hope for me thanks to you, and your recipes.
    Thank you for your kindness. If there is any support or something you need, please let me know.

    • August 8, 2014    

      Thank you very much Maria, it makes me really happy to know my content is providing someone with useful information to improve their health. The whole reason why i started doing this in the first place :) Glad you are getting your health back on track.

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