Carrot Cashew Curry Dip is a delicious, creamy, easy dip to make for a potluck. Serve with crudité or pita, or try it out as a spread! Ingredients Carrot Cashew Curry Dip Directions Nutrition Information Nutrition Disclaimer More Deliciousness If you’re looking for even more …
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This is definitely a different kind of veggie dip from what you would normally picture. What’s great about this recipe is you can mix and match what vegetables you use and how to dress your dip. Ideally, you’ll have a mix of good, fresh vegetables that are highly minced either using a blender or food processor and you can serve the dip with a vegan green goddess or ranch dressing and enjoy with pita or crackers. Kind of like a coleslaw-esque dip but without cabbage!
However you choose to customize this dip, it is great for gatherings or large family meals!
1 large carrot
1/2 cup broccoli
1/2 cup cauliflower
2 celery stalks
For serving: vegan green goddess or ranch, pita, crackers, or mini toast
Remove any stems or leaves from the vegetables and add them to a vitamix, blender, or food processor.
Pulse the vegetables to mince them, or if you have no other options you can spend the time finely mincing the veggies by hand with a chef’s knife.
Add the minced vegetables to a large bowl.
When you’re ready for serving, you may either add an amount of dressing to evenly coat the vegetables or leave the dressings on the side for your guests to add to their liking.
Serve with pita, crackers, or mini-toast or alongside other appetizers or hors d’oeuvres!
This Homemade Tahini Dressing is perfect for salads, wraps, or dishes like our Root Vegetable Tahini Grain Bowl! This recipe is super easy to make with just a few ingredients and you can store any dressing you don’t use in an airtight container or jar …
This kale pesto is super easy to make and is great for salads, toast, or sandwiches. Try it with our Kale Pesto Pasta recipe! This recipe calls for a food processor (or blender), baking trays, and using the oven. While you can substitute the kale …
Halve the avocados, remove pits, and use a fork to mash the avocados into a large bowl.
Prepare remaining vegetables and add to the avocados.
Add lime juice, seasonings, and cilantro.
Mix thoroughly, taste, and adjust seasonings as desired.
Cover the bowl and refrigerate for 5-10 minutes and serve with chips or a dish.
Guacamole is an all-time classic dip or side! It’s simple to make and is instantly rewarding! Try it on homemade tacos, rice and beans, or just with tortilla chips. This recipe keeps for up to two days in the refrigerator in a sealed container.
Ingredients 6-7 roma tomatoes 1 large yellow onion ½ bunch of cilantro 2 garlic cloves ½ cumin Salt to taste 1 can of El Pato Salsa de Chile Fresco (found in Latinx grocery stores or international aisle at your regular grocery store) 1 lime Tortilla …