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July 15, 2016 at 11:39 AM  •  Posted in Anna Steele, Expert Advice, Food that heals by  •  0 Comments

Monsoon is on its way and there needs to be something healthy nourishing and wholesome to make that will support you without it being too fatty. It is common for people to reach for food with extra fat in the rainy season; this gorgeous and simple raw recipe accompanied with sauce is well worth a try if you want a healthy alternative and keep your heart joyful rather than congested! I hope you try it at least once and really enjoy it!

Onion Bhajis Recipe

60g organic onion

2tbsp olive oil

2 tbsp water

I/2 red chilly

½ tsp ground cumin

1 clove garlic

1 tbsp garam masala

250 gms sprouted chickpeas

Finely chop the onion, place all other ingredients into your blender until the consistency is like batter.

Gradually add the onion, form into ball shapes of 2 cm long and an inch high.

Put your food in the oven. Ideally, you want a temperature hot enough to dry the food but not so hot it will cook it. 140 degrees is about right. However, most ovens don’t have a setting that low so you’ll have to use the “Warm” setting.

Keep the door open several inches and have a fan blowing toward the oven to help circulate the air.

You do not need to leave them long before they become ready. Keep an eye on them after 15 mins they should be done.

Makes around 10.

Do you want a sauce to go with them? Try this and even experiment with it adding to it your favorite herbs you enjoy   even a clove of garlic to keep the bugs away!

Tomato Raw Sauce

3 Tomatoes

½ Onion

60g dried tomatoes

4 dates

1 tbsp vinegar

Chop the tomatoes and onions placing everything into a blender until a puree texture emerges.

Makes approx 250 ml

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