Raw Food Breakfast: Fruit Smoothies and Green Smoothies – Healthy & Easy Raw Food Recipes

| March 7, 2013 | 50 Comments

Visit www.learnrawfood.com to see more raw food recipes. Raw food author and chef Jennifer Cornbleet shares how to prepare fruit smoothies and green smoothies, especially good for breakfast. From her DVD, Raw Food Made Easy. Good nutrition goes down easy when you transform fresh, raw fruits…
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View full recipe at www.manjulaskitchen.com Ingredients: Rice: 1 cup rice 2 tablespoons oil 1 3/4 cup water 1/2 teaspoon salt Seasoning: 2 tablespoons oil 1/2 teaspoon cumin seed 1/2 teaspoon mustard seed 1/2 teaspoon turmeric 2 red whole red chili 1 green chili sliced in four long way 12 to 15 fresh curry leaves 2 tablespoons chana dal, pre-soaked in water for at least half an hour 1/4 cup unsalted roasted peanuts 1 teaspoon salt adjust to taste 1/4 cup lemon juice

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  1. purna shrestha says:

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  2. Mizlibby xo says:

    Awesome

  3. lou washburn says:

    What type of blender is that? When I try something like that in a bullet, my meals come out in chunks

  4. Racey Macy says:

    Your awesome 😀

  5. Racey Macy says:

    watch durianriders channel you will thank me this is why i want to try raw he explains about sugar in fruit

  6. Lily Berrios says:

    Fruit has a lot of sugar. Should I do this smoothie every morning??

  7. pandora everett says:

    with a vitamix you dont even have to break up the blending! vitamix is the Marine of blenders!!

  8. 23Fulani says:

    With frozen berries it replaces ice chips it tastes frosty or icy similar to slushy.

  9. SplurtaBeats says:

    she means cold, hence why she doesn’t have to add ice

  10. JenniferCornbleet says:

    more videos coming soon plus an online course launching this month!

  11. alesia holliman says:

    I will try this one sister. thank u

  12. Pianocarneseur12 says:

    The blender is a KITCHENAID people , Get it at Target for $100+tax

  13. magdalulu says:

    Wow! Great video!

  14. mexicanfrusciante says:

    this looks good. I’m gonna make it. great video, easy to follow

  15. Nicole Ruiz says:

    Stop moving your head, woman.

  16. blindbrad11 says:

    kale, ginger, pear, celery… mmmmmmmmm

  17. harley7912 says:

    What type of blender is that
    

  18. KMARISHKA says:

    kale has a lot of proteins.

  19. RonnieInOC says:

    I just tried this. I love it. Thanks!

  20. abztrktrockerz says:

    I know I love this !
    

  21. mdr226 says:

    bananas are low in sugars?

  22. 123DahlBerg says:

    Just guessing but it looks like a Kitchen Aid, Model # KSB560MC

  23. 123DahlBerg says:

    Just guessing but it looks like a Kitchen Aid, Model # KSB560MC

  24. monkeys19 says:

    WHAT KIND OF BLENDER IS SHE USING!!!!!????????

  25. TheVanillaCows says:

    My moms friend had thyroid problems and she was going to have to take a whole bunch of medication and she started drinking these everyday and it cured her! You just have to add enough fruit to make it sweet enough :)

  26. Esperanza38 says:

    thank you aunty for recipe always use you site to cook.

  27. LSilpa says:

    I made it today. It came out well. Thank you so much for this recipe.

  28. Aneela Maharaj says:

    I wish my kitchen was “filled with the sweet aroma of curry leaves.” Thanks for a wonderful recipe Aunty!

  29. AngryPenguin27 says:

    I just cooked this for the first time and I burned the peanuts. It tastes awful. Make sure you don’t cook for them for too long because they get cooked again later and everything shares the original oil. Better luck next time. :(

  30. fiza ameen says:

    hi anuty.. why u dont add onions to many of your dishes..

  31. veganrexia says:

    I try to eat healthily so I made this with brown basmati rice and it was crap..MUCH better with white basmati rice unfortunately…XD. I also can’t get chana dal where I live so I used yellow split peas and it was fine.

  32. madrasmasala says:

    Hello Aunty,
    Have you tried to cook this with Basmati brown rice, and if so, how did it taste?

  33. MrJimChicago says:

    Thank you!

  34. evild1515 says:

    Yummy :P

  35. gahirs says:

    its the absolute right way to cook lemon rice. i lived in Bangalore and my roommates used to cook in the same way.. thank u very much Manjula mam. good job done

  36. saneerhuzaifa says:

    Aunty it’s lovely

  37. musac98 says:

    Manjula aunty i love your recipes!!!

  38. labakdas007 says:

    Auntiji, that was excellent.

  39. aditi2life says:

    yet another great recipe from you. Thanks really love your uploads:) From California. 

  40. Ellen Shifrin says:

    I just tried this today and it was fabulous. Thank you so much Manjula, your videos are great, and I can’t wait to try the next one.
    I used dried curry leaves, and it seemed fine.

  41. vickythakur1984 says:

    Manjula Aunty u r g8…. I tried ur most of recipes…. they makes awesome… 

  42. ajay agrawal says:

    Aunty why do we have to put oil when boiling rice?

  43. Bil Malik says:

    Thanks look yum !

  44. LauraBoivin says:

    wow…I think I found a goldmine of food recipes on your channel.

    Thank you for this…bless you.

    Laura

  45. Idris Zehera says:

    hello,aunty i really like the way u cooked lemon rice….i tried it at my home now my in laws r my cooking fan……all thanks 2 u

  46. marital21 says:

    HI MANJULA, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR LEMON RICE RECIPE… MUCHISIMAS GRACIAS POR LA RECETA.. SALUDOS, UN ABRAZO GRANDE!!!

  47. Shovelware says:

    U can use Gaan Dal also.

  48. Sumit Madan says:

    Manjula Thanks for the Lemon Rice Recipe
    I am your big Fan….

  49. Manjulaskitchen says:

    You do not have to use chana dal.

  50. LakshmiDevotee says:

    Aunty do we have to use channa dal? if we do could we use mung dal instead?

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