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    Recipes A dip recipe

    Naiwen Feb 16, 2012

    1. Naiwen

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      A dip recipe I learned while watching a cooking show.

      Get some peas, some humus, wash them and get some other spices like the basil, the thyme, the usual savory herbs or anything you wish in it.
      Blend them in a blender.
      And voilĂ . Ready to serve, you can also add in some carrots and some other veggies in it too. You can dip almost anything in it, like chips, crips and other stuff. Simple, easy yes?
       
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      That sounds nice :) I haven't used humus in a while so I will have to give this a try :)

      My usual dip to use for anything like fresh carrots or other vegetables is natural yoghurt with mint sauce mixed in :) that is lovely.
       
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      that sounds nice shortie. I'll give it a go. yoghurt though is very unique and very original eh? and with mint, you sure its a good mix?
       
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      It's a very good mix :) however it has to be the plain natural yoghurt that you use for it so that it gives it a creamy texture but all you will taste is the mint sauce with the creamy texture for the dip :)
       
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      Lol, mint sauce, never tried that before, will have to give it go. XDD how do I make the mint sauce though, shortie?
       
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      It is something we can buy in jars here from stores which I use :)