Coconut Curry - It's The Mix That Makes An Amazing Angel Dukkah!

Mixing life with my love of LIVE and NATURAL Food has become an amazingly motivating experience.

Life is about blending tastes, flavours and the ‘syrups’ of RAW plant foods. I have taken to literally sucking the juices from my food and letting my olfactory senses do the job of appreciation – more so than my eyes or my belly.

Angels I believe suck so much from life in ways that can be confusing to others. Simple things can be so LARGE from an Angel’s perspective. Alas they come and they go, some remain here for just a short time and others staying to be the wonderful reflections they are for all of us.

My Coconut Vegetable Curry tonight was quite Angelic and the Walnut Hemp Seed and Kale Dukkah topping was oh so flavoursome and simply awesome !! A true celebration of LIFE.

The recipe is straight forward : Slice, chop or dice your favourite vegetables or what ever is on hand. In this case I have used turnip, cauliflower, zucchini, celery, bell pepper and spring onion. Squeeze a little lime juice over the mixture and let sit in a bowl for an hour or two.

In a Bullet or Vitamix, depending on how many mouths need feeding, blend 2/3’rd Coconut Milk or maserrated white coconut flesh with 1/4 cashew milk or almond milk. I added also 3 tsps into my Bullet of macadamia fines and 1/4 avocado too. Add 3 tsps of curry powder (vary amount depending on volume required for your mouths ) Add a generous squeeze of lime or lemon juice and season to taste. You will know when it tastes right once you have started the blending process. My outcome was a good curry flavour mildly sweet (from the lime) and mildly salty from the sea salt I use. Pour over your vegetables and leave for an hour or so allowing the flavours to merge even further. You will be totally surprised by how amazing this tastes.

For the topping I ground a dozen halves of walnut with 2 tsps of my kale Dukkah (dried kale, red bell pepper, celery, cumin, chilli and macadamia nut fines – also I add the tops of spring onions, celery and anything else green which can be dried in my dehydrator). I added 2 tsps of hemp seeds into the mix bowl. I didn’t add them to the blend – leave them whole as you can see in the pic. Add to the top of the curry which you have served up in a flat plate or bowl of your choice.

Magic is afoot when you take a moment to ponder the role of the Angels amongst us. I hope you enjoyed this recipe and have as much fun preparing it as I did and even more fun sharing it with your friends or family.

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About Scott Mathias.

I am a Digestive Health Specialist living in beautiful Noosa, Australia and teach globally.  As I approach 60, my journey to excellent health began when I sought and found natural means to heal myself of a chronic digestive disorder.   I founded, a 100% pure Australian Super Cell food Company, and then proceeded to further change my lifestyle to support my ongoing excellent health by learning to prepare and serve the most amazing RAW food.  Do join me in knowing more.




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