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Gesundes Kochen mit Kamalaya : Rohes Phad Thai

Serves 2

To make this popular Thai dish suitable for detox and raw food diets, we use strips of young coconut meat in place of the usual noodles. You will need meat from a young coconut; if you can’t find them in your local supermarket, then try Asian grocers or health food stores. Substituting coconut meat for noodles does more than make this dish detox-friendly – it also provides great nutritional benefits. Coconut meat is a an excellent source of dietary fibre and is high in manganese, a mineral that supports the immune and nervous systems and helps to metabolise fat and protein. Coconut is high in lauric acid, which helps ward off bacteria and infections and the natural iodine content can also support thyroid function.

Ingredients
Young coconut meat, 60 g
Cabbage (white), shredded, 30 g
Carrot, shredded, 40 g
Red radish, cut into fine strips, 40 g
Chives, chopped, 6 g
Shallot, chopped, 1 pc
*Sweet turnip (dried), chopped, 4 g
Pumpkin seeds, 15 g
Sunflower seeds, 15 g
Bean sprouts, 40 g
Sea Salt, Pinch
Pepper black, To taste
Red oak, 20 g
Green oak, 20 g
Lime, 1

Raw Phad Thai Sauce Ingredients:

Sweet potato, cooked, 250 g
Tamarind juice, 70 ml
**Detox Chilli Paste, 5 ml – 10 ml
Pineapple juice, 150 ml
Sea salt, Pinch
Black pepper, To taste
Cayenne pepper, Pinch

*Sweet turnip is optional
**You can find the recipe for Detox Chilli Paste in the Extras section at www.kamalaya.com/recipes

Method
Begin by preparing the sauce. Peel the cooked sweet potato and grate finely into a bowl. Add 5 ml of the Detox Chilli Paste and whisk well. Taste, and adjust with more chilli paste if desired. Add tamarind juice, salt, pepper and cayenne pepper. Continue whisking, add the pineapple juice slowly until you reach a sauce consistency. (Any left over sauce can be frozen for later use.)