seasoningspink Himalayan salt & pepper to taste + garlic powder if you want extra garlic.
The most important part of this recipe is soaking the cashews with boiling water and let it sit for 2 hours.
Once your cashews are soaked, they'll be ready to blend. (I used a food processor but a blender works perfectly). Be sure to save the water they soaked in!
Add your cashews into your processor (or blender) with the garlic cloves, seasonings, the nutritional yeast (optional) and 1/3 cup of the water they soaked in. (You'll add another 1/4 cup if you want to get it to a smoother consistency).
Blend, blend, blend. Be sure to taste and add anything that you feel it needs.
Once it's done you can spread it over sweet potato toasts and top with pomegranate or avocado. You can also use this for a cream sauce, just be sure to blend it down more.
You can always give the cashew "cream" spread some flare with any herbs or spice like a chipotle.
Please do not get intimated by the prep time. It is only this long because the cashews have to be soaked.
1tspnolive oilI used the garlic olive oil from Trader Joe's.
seasoningscrack a little bit of pink Himalayan salt, pepper, turmeric and sprinkle garlic powder.
First pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees.
You'll want to clean the skin of your sweet potato. You won't want the dirt on them or any little ugly spots. The skin on adds a nice texture like the edges of the bread.
Once you clean up your potato you'll want to slice it long ways. I used a mandoline for this process and "slithered" the sweet potato.
Next you'll lightly coat your baking sheet with olive oil or coconut oil spray. Then you'll lay your sweet potato slices on the pan and give them a coat with olive oil (you can use a brush for this so it's not too much or eliminate the olive oil over top) + seasonings. I flipped them over and also season the other side minus the olive oil.
Place your sweet potato slices in the oven for 8-10 minutes (until you notice a brown) then flip them and do the same on the other side.
Carefully take them out of the oven and let them cool for 5 minutes before topping.
Once you top them you'll want to take a good picture before you bite into them!
I used aÂ $10 mandoline from TJ Maxx to slither the potato. You can slice it but be very careful.*