Angel’d “Eggs” — Better than their Devilish Cousins!

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  Raw Vegan and Gluten-Free

Meatless Monday Fare for the Family

A few years ago I developed this recipe for a raw foods pot luck luncheon.  It is so surprisingly similar to deviled eggs in both appearance and taste that it has been a requested favorite by friends and family.

The Raw Fusion Lifestyle is not really difficult, it’s just different from what most people are used to.  How I have described it in many interviews:  “It’s not difficult, it’s just different”

For instance,  – if you are used to leaving out something to defrost for dinner when you leave for work, you would soak the almonds for this recipe so you could make this for a Meatless Monday.  See — not difficult, just different!   Or soak them overnight as an alternative Sunday Brunch appetizer.  Cashews only need to be soaked for an hour or two.

Angel’d Eggs

Ingredients:
2 cups raw cashews
1 cup raw almonds
1 TB. Red miso*
2 TB. Raw tahini **
¼ cup water
1 ½ TB. Olive oil
1-3 TB. Apple cider vinegar
1-2 tsp. turmeric
Dash of powdered mustard
Dash of cayenne pepper
Paprika
Chopped chives for garnish

Prep:  Soak almonds for 8-12 hours, soak cashews for 2-3 hours.

Directions: Process all in blender or food processor and adjust seasonings to taste.  Use enough tumeric to make the “eggs” yellow.

For garnishing:  Put dollops on cucumber slices, red pepper slices, roma tomato slices, hollowed out tomatoe or crackers and sprinkle paprika on top.

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*Miso is a fermented (salty) soy product.  There are also non-soy varieties.  These come in different colors and flavors – such as “Mellow White”, “Red” and “Dark” – I find that the red one has the most compatible flavor for this recipe.  You can try substituting with tamari or soy sauce but start out with a little and maybe balance with sea salt.

**Tahini is a butter made from sesame seeds — it is used in most hummus recipes.  I use raw tahini, which is not as widely available as the toasted kind and more expensive.  You can substitute with roasted tahini but I would use a small amount at first and taste-test it.

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A medley of “Petit Plats’ from my book Raw Fusion Living

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