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    Default Best Homemade Dip Recipes

    OK, I've decided I want to make some dips for the Xmas season.

    Would really appreciate any recipes.

    Thanks heaps!!!

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    Reduced cream and a packet of onion soup. Kiwi classic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artechim View Post
    Reduced cream and a packet of onion soup. Kiwi classic.
    Yep, that. You need no other recipes! lol You may want to make about 3 or 4 times as much though....;p

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    Can of cannel ini beans
    Slosh of Olive oil
    Handful Rosemary
    2 cloves garlic
    Lemon juice

    Whack all in food processor
    Healthy and a hit!

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    Also, odd but good is peanut butter and beetroot blended together.

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    Guacamole - avo, salt, pepper, chilli, finely chopped toms or salsa, red onion, garlic, smoked paprika and sour cream. Mix it all together and yum

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    And don't forget the humble old cheese ball!

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    Just subscribing - I'm thinking of doing a bunch of dips to have with yummy bread as a starter for a family thing we're having on boxing day.


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    Arte - how on earth did you work out the peanut butter and beetroot one?...

    Egg salad (more a sandwich filling than dip) - hard boiled eggs, mash with v good quality mayo. Add paprika or herbs
    Yum
    Can also make with onion added

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    Turkish Carrot dip.

    Ingredients

    4 medium sized carrot, peeled and finely grated
    1 tbp olive oil
    1 tsp salt and a bit more
    1 cup natural yoghurt
    2 garlic cloves, finely grated
    A gentle squeeze of lemon juice
    A sprinkling of sumac, paprika or garnish with parsley or dried mint, your choice

    Method
    In a large skillet, cook the carrot with the oil and some salt until just cooked through. Set aside to cool down a bit.

    Mix the carrot with the yoghurt, garlic. Taste for salt and add lemon juice if needed.

    Transfer to a serving plate. Sprinkle sumac, paprika or garnish with parsley or dried mint, your choice.

    ETA - best served with fresh Turkish bread but also nice with leb bread or any other bread you fancy.
    Last edited by Phteven; December 21st, 2011 at 05:59 PM.

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    I do a crunchy vegetable salsa and serve with natural corn chips for scooping:
    - diced tomato
    - diced cucumber (seeds removed)
    - diced red onion
    - diced avocado
    - small tin of corn (or fresh)
    - toasted pine nuts
    - dress with lime, olive oil and sweet chilli.

    Also you can't beat the classic sour cream and a jar of corn relish.

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    Tub of cream cheese and jar of corn relish mixed together - mmm.

    And a bit more work - Layer: mashed avacado, salsa, sour cream and top with grated cheese.

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    two philly cream cheese blocks melted in the microwave with a jar of chunky salsa mixed in. Once its melted and hot stir through a handful of grated cheddar cheese. Serve it warm. Soooo yummy and so easy.

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    I've heard it best to make the french onion dip the day before. It's a rippa easy recipe though!

    My Man and friends love cream cheese/cottage cheese (I dunno, I just buy it in little tubs... ) with copius amounts of sweet chilli sauce stirred through thoroughly. If it's not for kids, I will add a bit of hot chilli sauce too, just for a bit of bite.



    For dipping, I cut up flat bread and crisp them in the oven.

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