Thursday, January 21, 2010

Raw buckwheat sandwiches with parsley nut cream




This was not the first time I have made raw bread, believe me I've tried a fair amount of recipes.. somehow I've never liked them too much (read: edible with plenty of toppings to mask the flavor). I thought this bread would be no different, but I was suprised to find that this was actually tasty on its own. It was good with raw spreads and veggies, and we also have enjoyed it with a (cooked) indian brown lentil dahl.

Raw brazil nut-buckwheat bread (aka best raw bread I have made)
1/2 C brazil nuts soaked
1 C flax seeds
1 C water, to soak the flax seeds with
1/3 C pumpkin seeds
1 C sprouted buckwheat (soak 10min, sprout 24h, little tail)
2/3 C grated raw seet potato
Quality salt, freshly ground black pepper, dried organic thyme (just a touch)

Soak buckwheat groats 10 min, place in a sprouting jar. Rinse at least 4 times during the 24h. Soak brazil nuts and pumpkin seeds 6-8h, discard soaking water. Also soak flax seeds with water (min 1h) to make a thick gooey paste. When they're all done, place nuts and buckwheat in a food processor, along with sweet potato. Give it some spins, I left mine chunky on purpose. Season. Shape into bread slices and dehydrate overnight.

Parsley nut cream spread:
1/2 C brazil nuts
´1/4 C sunflower seeds
handful of fresh parsley
clove garlic
lemon juice
salt, pepper
(water)

Blend brazil nuts and seeds, add lemon juice, garlic clove and salt + pepper. Blend until smooth. If you like, you can also through in the parsley. This will lend the spread a light green color. Alternatively, you can finely chop the parsley and mix it in with a spoon.

Serve together, or eat the bread on its own or with your choice of toppings. We had simple sammies with split pea greens and julienned carrots.

3 comments:

Yaelian said...

That must have been good. Since getting my food dehydrator I have tried so many different raw breads or crackers,and most I have liked as such, especially those with lots of flax and veggies. But next time I will add some sprouted buckwheat as well,I just love sprouted,dehydrated buckwheat even as a snack.

Aletheia said...

The flax seeds I think are a great addition, with they soft and good flavor. For me, the flax and the buckwheat really make it "bread" instead of savory nut/seed crackers. I find that when I use the flax seeds, my bread initially rises! That's when I like to eat it, when it is still a little moist and warm and most resembles regular bread.

Especially if you enjoy buckwheat on it's own, you should definitely try making raw bread out of it!

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