Monday, April 26, 2010

Raw Beet Patties

I saw a recipe for smokey beet cakes that Alicia Silverstone posted and decided they could easily be converted to a raw dish.   With a few ideas in mind, I also searched to see what others have already tried.  This recipe followed pretty closely to what I was thinking already.

Soaking walnuts takes up too much time, so I opted to use sunflower seeds and ground flax instead.  The rest was a matter of what was in the fridge.

The final product with some onion bread and crumbled cashew cheese.

There were a couple of  Twitter requests for the recipe.  It certainly wasn't exact, but here's an attempt at documenting it.  
Raw Smoky Beet Patty Recipe
1 cup of carrot/celery pulp leftover from the juicer (whatever you have will work)
1/2 red beet
1/2 yellow beet
1 onion
1-2 cloves of garlic
1/2 tomato
1/2 cup raw sunflower seeds
2 Tbl of ground flax seed mixed with 2 Tbl of water
1  tsp of smoked paprika
Salt or Nama Shoyu to taste

Food process to incorporate, adding water if necessary.  Basically, you just need a consistency that allows for making patties.   Form patties, then dehydrate at 105 degrees overnight.   These were best right out the dehydrator with a crispy outside.  Though they are still great the next day and keep well.


Vic Robinson said...

Raw and Beets? I am in!

Jess - The Domestic Vegan said...

Ooh, I LOVE beets!!! This looks amazing.

Melodie said...

NUmmy nummers! I'm not a huge fan of beets but these look fabulous! I've just started a linky over at my blog if you feel like linking it up at all. Either way, I'll be back!