RAWmoulade Sauce Recipe
This recipe is taken from HP’s food journal this week. She continues using the Williams Sonoma “Vegetables” Recipe book as her inspiration in her raw vegan recipes. In this RAWmoulade sauce she takes the Fried Green Tomatoes with Remoulade and puts her raw vegan spin on it. It looks amazing! Check out her commentary:
“As I was leafing through some recipe books looking for inspiration. I found this fried green tomatoes with Remoulade recipe that sounded fantastic. Since Heirloom Tomatoes are coming into season locally, I thought ‘how beautiful some heirlooms freshly sliced with a ‘Rawmoulade’ sauce to slather on top of them’. So this is what I whipped together:”
1/2 cup of Raw Vegan Mayo
2 Tablespoon dill pickle diced (vinegar free)
1 Tablespoon chopped sun-dried black olives
1 Tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
1 Garlic clove minced
2 Teaspoon minced fresh Tarragon ( I may have used a bit more)
2 Teaspoon Spicy Mustard
Place all the above ingredients into a mixing bowl and whisk together.
Serve on the side of a beautiful dish of ripe red, yellow and green heirloom tomato slices with some raw vegan crackers.
Tip 1: Use less if you don’t like spicy things.
Tip 2: You can also use 1 teaspoon of left over sauce from the “No-tato Salad” as I did in this recipe. But it isn’t necessary. It just adds an extra zip.
Tip 3: You can add 1/2 tsp pink salt if you find Mayo too sweet
Posted in Recipes, Wellness and tagged with healing with raw foods, raw food sauce, raw vegan recipes, Red Skin Syndrome, Williams Sonoma Recipe Remoulade
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