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Pink “Rice”

Published March 19, 2012 by Polana Fowdrey

Pink Rice

This is so easy, so colourful and goes well with all sorts of dishes!

Ingredients:

Organic Beetroot

Organic Parsnip

Salt and pepper to taste

Olive oil (optional)

Method:

Peel the vegetables if the skins are tough, otherwise just wash them and snip the ends off.

Chop into manageable pieces and put into food processor with S-blade.

Process until kibbled into rice-sized pieces.

Turn the kibbled veg into a bowl and stir in salt pepper and oil to taste.

Voila – pink rice!

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Beet Burgers

Published January 1, 2012 by Polana Fowdrey

This is one of Mr H’s favourites. It uses up some pulp from juicing and nut milk.

BEET BURGERS

Equipment: Blender or Food Processor, Dehydrator or fan oven.

Ingredients:

Pulp from 4-6 beetroot (can use less)

Pulp from a green smoothie

Pulp from 1 cup nuts (leftover from making nut milk)

1/4 to 1/2 cup oil (olive, hemp, sunflower, flaxseed, etc…)

1 avocado (flesh only, obviously!)

water sufficient to blend

Method:

Blend or process all ingredients

Stir in a pinch of salt and a handful of seeds (I like to use sesame) at the end

Shape into burgers on a non-stick dehydrator sheet. I use an old-fashioned ice-cream scoop, with a lever and flatten my burgers slightly.

Dehydrate overnight. Flip the burgers over and dehydrate until they reach a nice consistency.

Can be frozen and defrosted in the dehydrator for later use.

If you have no dehydrator, place in a fan oven on fan-only and leave the door ajar.

Chilli Chocolate Ice-Cream

Published September 25, 2011 by Polana Fowdrey

Ingredients

2 bananas, frozen
1 dsp cacao powder
1 dsp carob powder
1 pinch ginger
½ cm fresh chilli, finely chopped*
Method
mix everything in a food processor and freeze in ramekins
take out of freezer ½ hour before eating
*note. Make sure the chilli is really well-blended before freezing, or else you will blow the roof off your mouth eating it!
Originally published on www.pollyskitchen.blogspot.com
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