Adventures in Raw Fooding in the Forever Wild Adirondacks
Saturday, December 20, 2008
snowdrop's cheezy corn chowder recipe
this week is definitely winter. 14" of fluffy snow last nite 8-16" more predicted for tomorrow ....what kind of prediction is 8-16??? (sounds like the hrs the cable repairman will visit anytime between 1999-2009, and you'd better be there, ha!) and who knows about the storm on wednesday.
so the shoveling event is on.
and what is good to warm up your frozen self upon coming back inside?
snowdrop's cheezy corn chowder, that's what! :) another offering from the upcoming book 'raw delights'
go warm yourself up on some of this delicious raw vegan dish- snowdrop's cheezy corn chowder
1 c corn kernels 1 clove garlic 1 T onion 1/4 c cashews 2 T nutritional yeast 4 baby carrots (or 1 regular one) 1/4" ring of red pepper 2 T olive oil 1/2 t psyllium husk 1 t cumin 1/8 t nutmeg 1 T parsley 1/2 t salt grind pepper to taste 2-3 c water 1 T light miso paste
blend in hi speed blender till very creamy add : 1/4 c more corn kernels 1 T parsley
and warm up in a saucepan on your stove till warm enough to eat. (105-ish)
bowl up in a prewarmed bowl and garnish with additional minced parsley & fresh ground pepper enjoy!
you can use fresh or frozen corn - i used frozen today because it is winter and there is no fresh corn available.
this recipe is very quick and easy, i serve it with flax crackers.
whatever the weather is where you are.. this is a bowl of comfort.
I am a certified Alissa Cohen Living on Live Foods Chef, Instructor and Teacher in upstate NY. I first discovered Raw Food for its health and weight balancing benefits. My special talent is for recreating dishes that have dazzled me at fine eateries, replicating familiar cooked dishes that will win over taste buds and encourage anyone that eating raw can be really delicious and exciting! If you enjoyed the tasty recipes that will be posted here on this blog, be sure to check out my upcoming book “Raw Delights”, which is due to go to publishing soon. It's release will be announced on the website: www.AdirondackRawFoodConnection.com.
the information contained in this blog is for education only and is not meant to help diagnose, prescribe, or treat illness. it is valuable to seek the advice of an alternative health care professional before making any changes to your existing diet. there, that's said- now go and play with your food!