Mango-Avocado Manicotti

Mango-avocado Manicotti Print Recipe type: Raw Food Cuisine: Italian Author: Tarah Crisp zucchini shells filled with a delicious mango-avocado cream and topped with sweet marinara sauce. Ingredients 2 zucchini sliced into thin flat noodles juice of ¼ lemon ½ avocado 1 mango ½ a zucchini chopped 3 chives diced Marinara sauce: 1 pint cherry tomatoes
Mango-avocado Manicotti Print
Recipe type: Raw Food
Cuisine: Italian
Author:
Crisp zucchini shells filled with a delicious mango-avocado cream and topped with sweet marinara sauce.
Ingredients
  • 2 zucchini sliced into thin flat noodles
  • juice of ¼ lemon
  • ½ avocado
  • 1 mango
  • ½ a zucchini chopped
  • 3 chives diced
  • Marinara sauce:
  • 1 pint cherry tomatoes
  • ½ cup basil
  • 1 date
  • 4 oz celery
  • 1 chive
Instructions
  1. Blend mango, avocado, lemon and zucchini chunks in blender into a thick cream. Stir in diced chives.
  2. Lay a few flat zucchini noodles side by side.
  3. Place ¼ cup of mango cream filling in middle of noodles. Roll up and place on plate. Repeat for remaining noodles and filling.
  4. Blend together Marinara ingredients and pour over zucchini shells.

4 Responses to Mango-Avocado Manicotti

  1. Sandra says:

    When you say chives, do you mean green onions? I ask because the chives I’ve seen around here are really thin and tiny.

    Thanks!

    • Tarah says:

      I sure do! Chives tend to be a little smaller and grow straight from the ground in little bunches. They don’t have the white stem that green onions have and taste a little more mild.

  2. sophie says:

    will this have enough calories as a meal on its own, would you mind telling me how many calories something like this woulc contain, cant wait to try it….btw have watched all of your vids today and i must say i am very inspired :D
    Thanks Tarah

  3. Antwan Vanderbie says:

    Avocados are commercially valuable and are cultivated in tropical and Mediterranean climates throughout the world. They have a green-skinned, fleshy body that may be pear-shaped, egg-shaped, or spherical. Commercially, it ripens after harvesting. Trees are partially self-pollinating and often are propagated through grafting to maintain a predictable quality and quantity of the fruit..

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