Raw Walnut “Tuna” Wrap

Raw Walnut "Tuna" Wrap
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I am still cranking out recipes with my parent's nifty food processor. I just can't believe how much easier cooking is when using it! I am trying to focus on more savory dishes though. As easy, and absolutely delicious, as it is to make raw sweets with a food processor, I still need my veggies! This recipe was a huge surprise.. I aimed to make a walnut pâté but was so surprised when I created a recipe that tasted so much like tuna! Plus, wrapping it in a big ole collard wrap saves you so many calories; not to mention they taste great! Enjoy this "tuna" as a wrap or throw a little bit on top of your salad for some extra flavor and protein!
Raw Walnut "Tuna" Wrap
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I am still cranking out recipes with my parent's nifty food processor. I just can't believe how much easier cooking is when using it! I am trying to focus on more savory dishes though. As easy, and absolutely delicious, as it is to make raw sweets with a food processor, I still need my veggies! This recipe was a huge surprise.. I aimed to make a walnut pâté but was so surprised when I created a recipe that tasted so much like tuna! Plus, wrapping it in a big ole collard wrap saves you so many calories; not to mention they taste great! Enjoy this "tuna" as a wrap or throw a little bit on top of your salad for some extra flavor and protein!
Servings Prep Time Cook Time
4wraps 15minutes 10minutes
Servings Prep Time
4wraps 15minutes
Cook Time
10minutes
Servings: wraps
Ingredients
Units:
Servings: wraps
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Place all of the ingredients, except for the collard leaves and wrap fillings, into a food processor.
  2. Blend the ingredients together, occasionally scraping down the sides if necessary.
  3. Take the collard wraps and place them, open side down (with the thick stem facing up).
  4. Take a knife and cut the extra thickness of the stem that protrudes from the leaf length-wise. This will allow for the leaf to wrap more easily.
  5. Place 4 tbsp of the Walnut "tuna" on the wrap and add in any other wrap fillings that you like. I used carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, and avocado.
  6. Wrap up your collard leaf and enjoy!

By | 2017-12-19T09:39:31+00:00 April 10th, 2014|Appetizers, Entrees|0 Comments

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Kirstie
I’ve been living around the world for several years now. I’ve already experienced the oriental lifestyle of China, vibrant culture of Barcelona, shabby to chic of Paris, Confucian ways of the Korea peninsula (South, not North of course) and now the easy-going vibe of Los Angeles. I’m an advocate of the minimalist lifestyle because I love being able to pack up my things and go in a moment’s notice. I’ve found a great work, life, and spiritual balance that’s ideal for me.

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