Raw Recipe: Sweet Chilli Noodle slaw

Sweet Chilli noodle slaw

If you’re craving cooked food at night time then this dish will totally take care of that hankering.

I adapted this recipe from the Sweet Chilli Noodles recipe that fellow Aussie raw foodie Nadia makes.

Nadia has her own youtube channel called Fat2Fitonfruit.  You should definitely check her out as she has the most amazing raw transformation story where she lost 40lbs in 6 months eating as much raw fruits and veggies as she cared for.

This dish has become one of my absolute favorites, perfect for that warming, spicy, noodley itch you need to scratch on a cold autumn or winter night.  Having said that, I see no reason why you wouldn’t absolutely love it in Summer too!

You will need a spiralizer and a food processor for this recipe (or you could use a blender on a pulse setting).

Raw Sweet Chilli Noodles

The ingredients are:

4 medium to large zucchinis (try to get them as straight as possible)

Or 2 zucchinis and 2 cups of shredded asian cabbage (if you want to make slaw)

2 cobs of corn

3 cups of tomatoes

5 dates

Chillies to your liking (I use about 3-5 whole small chillies, seeds and all)

Cilantro (optional)

Firstly, spiralize the zucchinis and put them in a bowl.

Then cut off the corn kernals and place in your food processor with 3 cups of chopped tomatoes, 5 de-seeded dates, and the chillis.  Process until you have a still slightly chunky texture.

Pour the sauce on top of the noodles and mix in with our hands.  You can either garnish with cilantro, or you can pulse it into the sauce once the other ingredients are mixed.

Serve in a lovely big bowl and enjoy eating these noodles with chopsticks.  They completely change the flavour!

You can check out Nadia showing you how to prepare sweet chilli noodles in this video…

Do you like spicy, noodley kind a recipes?  Let me know in the comments section below what sort of raw recipes you’re dying to make, and I’ll get onto it…

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  1. Anthea ever since I saw your Spirooli & bought one, I’ve been eating ‘noodles’ regularly. The raw zucchini noodles are so versatile & any more sauce recipes you have to go with them would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

  2. Hi Yolande – So glad to hear you’re loving the Spirooli. I have the same feeling about mine! I’ll get onto finding and creating some more recipes for you very soon! x 🙂

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