Alkaline Recipe #188 Raw Pad Thai (With Zucchini Noodles)

Alkaline Recipe #188 Raw Pad Thai (With Zucchini Noodles)

I love this recipe for it’s simplicity, nutrient density and the fact that it’s taken one of my previously favourite ‘unhealthy’ recipes – pad thai.

It’s pretty much entirely raw, it’s delicious, vegan and very readily accepted by non-alkalisers if you want to serve it to your family and friends!

Raw Pad Thai Recipe
Serves 2


3 medium courgettes (zucchini)
3 large carrots
2 spring onions, chopped (also known as green onions, scallions)
1 cup shredded red cabbage
½ packet of beansprouts
1 cup cauliflower florets
1 bunch of fresh coriander/cilantro, chopped roughly
Coconut Oil


¼ cup tahini
¼ cup almond butter
¼ cup tamari
1 tsp coconut sugar
2 tbsp lime or lemon juice
1 clove garlic, minced
1 inch of ginger root, grated


1) First, prepare the carrot and courgette ‘noodles’ by using either a spiralizer or mandolin. If you don’t have either of these, use a vegetable peeler to make slices of the zucchini and carrot and then use a sharp knife to slice these into very thin strips.

2) Put these into a large bowl with the spring onions, shredded cabbage, beansprouts (thoroughly washed), cauliflower and coriander.

3) Now prepare the sauce by blending the tahini, almond butter, tamari, coconut sugar, lime/lemon juice, garlic and grated ginger. Add a little water if needed – this is a very thick sauce.

4) Finally, mix the sauce into the bowl and get everything evenly coated.

5) Serve with a sprig of coriander and an extra little squeeze of lemon or lime


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  1. Denise Ghosn Reply

    Can’t wait to try this.

    • ross Reply


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  3. craig pearce Reply

    Hi Ross, big fan since attending an Anthony Robbins seminar, tried the 10-day alkaline a few years ago and loved the energy. I lost track somewhat then again this year went on a 14 day full alkaline cleanse and lost 5 kilos and felt fantastic, then cruising along and you put me onto the Food revolutionary summit, best thing that has ever happened to me really, i am now plant-based and lost 15kilo and just ridiculous how good i feel. What my question is that I’m concerned that you don’t promote fruit hardly at all, i love my fruit and after listening to a few times to the FRS i’m convinced fruit is an integral part of one’s diet, what are your thought? Keep up the great work, you are an inspiration to many

  4. Anita Reply

    What’s the coconut oil for? Do you fry the vegetables in it? I can’t find it in the instructions . TIA

    • Tracy Cartland-Ward Reply

      Its Raw so I doubt it would be for frying the veggies

      • ross Reply

        Hi Tracy – most raw food enthusiasts will agree that very lightly cooked still = raw. i.e. warmed = raw.

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