Smoky Bones

This ghastly grub is another savory treat for your healthy raw Halloween party. It is very quick and easy to make. It is a smoky variation of my chili-lime fries:)

Smoky Bones

1 large jicama
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/4 teaspoon chili powder, or more to taste
1/4 teaspoon smoked paprika
juice of 1/2 lime, about 1 tablespoon
½ teaspoon salt, or more to taste
ground cayenne,as desired, if you like "the burn"
any other additional spices like cumin, oregano, garlic

1. Peel and slice jicama about 1/4 of an inch thick. Cut into bones using small cookie cutters. Jicama scraps can be used for this lovely Lemon Poppy Seed Cake:)

2. Toss bones with oil, lime juice, and spices.

Serve with raw ketchup, or your favorite guacamole, garnished with ghosts cut from sliced avocado, and an orange pepper pumpkin with a parsley or cilantro leaf:)

Shown pictured with my own guacamole, Gena from Choosing Raw just posted a guacamole recipe that would be perfect with the smoky bones!

The guacamole was also tasty on some tombstone crackers made from the orange cheese and ground flax. I added the idea to the bottom of this post:)

The cute decorative "candle" idea is from one of my recent magazines. Use a carrot (or parsnip) in a candlestick! The eyes are black-eyed peas. LOL!...well, it is raw:)


Berry Blue Toes said...

Great spooky food photos - so many ideas - Love the "bones"!

evergreen said...

Thanks, BBT! They were perfect dippers for the guacamole.

kelli said...

oh my goodness angela, this is so stinkin' ADORABLE!!! your creativity is mind blowing. wow!

i'd love to go through all your old posts. what a treat that would be!=)

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