Recipe for about 2 people
Two collard green leaves
One half of Sprouted Tofu cube cut in half inch rectangles (yes you can find sprouted tofu extra firm at some markets. I found mine at Sprouts grocery store)
1/2 cup cauliflower
1/3 cup red onion sliced
One tomato chopped
1/3 cup cilantro chopped
½ cup turnip chopped
1/2 cup quarter sliced zucchini squash
Olive Oil (as you desire but don’t go to crazy now 😉 )
I like to use the Shaan masala brand which you can find at your local Indian or Middle Eastern Markets. Their ingredients are all basic spices with no additives.
1 tbl spoon Turmeric powder
½ tablespoon Black salt or sea salt (I recommend black salt, also found at Indian or Middle Eastern markets)
2 tbl spoons Shaan Tandoori Chicken Masala ( there is no chicken in this no worries)
* Use a spoon when handling this masala your hands will turn red!
Now cooking is not recommended if you are an extreme raw foodie but I am not but I do pay accordance to the temperature of 104 degrees F. I try to keep that in mind give or take a couple degrees.
* WANT IT COMPLETELY RAW? YOU CAN HAVE IT JUST MARINATE THE TOFU IN THE SPICES WITH LEMON.
MARINATE VEGGIES (TAKE OUT THE TURNIP ADD CORN INSTEAD OR WHATEVER YOU FANCY!)Ã‚Â WITH OLIVE OIL AND LEMON IN A SEPARATE BOWL. LET IT SIT FOR HALF AN HOUR AND PROCEED TO WRAP THAT TANDOORI KUDI IN A COLLARD GREEN!*
You will now need a pan or wok pour about four tablespoons of olive oil into pan
Turn on stove
Stir in spices
Add onions first then take all your veggies except the collard green leaves and
Dump them all into your pan
Let these cook for two mins. keeping the temp low on your stove
During those two minutes soak your tofu cubes in the half of the lemon juice
Now add tofu
Next sprinkle black salt or sea salt over everything
Mix all together well for two more minutes
Now turn off stove and add the rest of the lemon juice over your tandoori creation
Scoop out of pan to prevent anymore cooking as pan will be hot
Place on a plate
Now grab your collard green leaf scoop your tandoori kudi up and wrap her in
Douse it a little with some olive oil and a little pepper and salt again if desired
If you like put some plain kefir in a small bowl next to your meal and dip your wrap bites in it for that hot and cooling affect.
-Recipe by Tina Narang
P.S. Keep checking your Earthly Juices site my next recipe will be for a completely raw Malaysian coconut soup- Tina’s Malai Hai !Hai! Soup. Made in minutes and super delicious!