Since you like raw broccoli, you might like my raw brawcamole
*Important* This entire recipe is done mostly to your taste. I add and subtract every time I make this; so taste as you go, etc. A few flavor enhancers I would recommend you *Not*
leave out would be the soy sauce, lime, and cilantro.
In a blender, blend to smooth:
1 lb green zucchini, chopped (remove center seeds*)
1-2 TB Nama Shoyu, (or other good-quality soy sauce)
2 TB Lime juice, freshly squeezed
Salt, to taste, if needed
1 small Garlic Clove
Chunk of onion, (@ 1/2 oz -Red, white, sweet)
1 tsp. Ground Coriander, or to taste
Fresh chiles, jalapeno, habanero, etc., to taste
Pulse or blend in to desired texture:
1-1 1/2 lbs Broccoli tops, chopped (see notes)
Fresh Cilantro,** to taste
Pour into a bowl and fold in:
3-5 Green onions,** finely chopped (tops and whites),
1-2 C chopped tomatoes
1 - 2 Avocado, chopped, mashed, or both (see notes)
Green Pepper, such as Anaheim (the kind commonly roasted) or green Bell pepper - pulsed in.
Ground Cumin; Black Pepper; Ground Coriander; Ground Cayenne or Jalapeno; Salt, if needed; additional cilantro or parsely for garnish -- all to taste.
Add some green peas, frozen or fresh; cooked green split peas.
Scoop up with a warm corn tortilla, raw crackers, an assortment of raw vegetables, or tortilla chips; fill a pita, sandwich; eat as a side dish; or top a bowl of soup or salad.
*If your zucchini has large seeds or a lot of them, remove them with a spoon; it will reduce a weepy Brawcamole.
**Cilantro and green onions are notorious for a "soapy" flavor; this occurs when chopped ahead of time and added to a recipe; and this is why a lot of people think they hate
cilantro! Chop these right before adding; it should be fine that way. Just don't let it sit around, cut.
*Important* All of the ingredients can be blended to your preference. If you don't care for the texture -- if it's too crunchy -- then blend it well, etc.
Lemme know if you want to try my raw pasta sauce