Not Tuna Pâté & Crudités – A Healthy And Light Raw Food Recipe

Paté came from France and Belgium. It is a paste made from a mixture of cooked ground meat, vegetables, herbs, and spices. It is often spread on pie crusts or loaves. The most popular type of paté is pate de foie gras which is made from the livers of fattened geese.

This recipe is a healthier version of pate. No cooking involved, the ingredients are raw and vegan. The paste looks and tastes like tuna salad, thus the term, not tuna pate. This paté can be used as a dip for vegetables like carrots, cucumbers, bell peppers, tomatoes, and celery.


• Raw sunflower seeds
• Raw almonds
• Fresh lemon juice
• Salt
• Diced celery
• Diced onion
• Finely chopped fresh parsley


This recipe takes 5 minutes to make. Serves 2.

Soak the sunflower seeds in cold water for one hour.
In a food processor, place sunflower seeds, almonds and a little bit of water.
Blend until mixture turns into a paste.
Make sure to scrape the sides in between blends.
Transfer the mixture into a bowl.
Season the mixture with salt, onion, celery, fresh lemon, and parsley.
Fold the seasonings into the mixture.
Cut some vegetables into bite-size pieces.

Ideas And Tips:

• This paté can be used over bread and crackers. You can store this in the fridge in a tight-lid container for a week.

• Another way to enjoy this paté is to serve with potato chips, wedges, or fries. Perfect snack dip for everyone.

Not Tuna Pâté & Crudités - A Healthy And Light Raw Food Recipe
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