All posts tagged: Dips

Holy Guacamole…! The Recipe for immortality…

I have the recipe for immortality.  This is it, and its scientifically proven in that so far I am immortal.  Things could change of course, but I’m going to be kind and share it with you, just to give you all a chance.  And, if the immortality thing turns out well, we’ll all be in it!  Immortality aside for a second, this is a dip packed with nutrients, and ingredients which are rich in healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and, according to this article, anti-cancer compounds.  So as it turns out immortality isn’t such a tall order after all, maybe? Enjoy it on Toast! Ingredients (serves 4 spread on toast): 1 large avocado 2 cloves garlic 4 cherry tomatoes 100g cucumber Juice of 1 lime 1 handful chopped coriander 1 handful chopped watercress 3 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil Generous pinch of cayenne pepper Salt & Pepper to taste 1 handful of toasted pumpkin seeds to serve Method: 1. Scoop the avocado into the food processor. 2. Crush and finely chop the garlic and throw in …

Roasted Sage, Squash & Cannellini Bean Dip

Halloween party preparations have begun in our house, and this one’s a beauty!  It’s Peanut Squash… no?  Perhaps you know it as Delicata Squash… ok… Sweet Potato Squash?  No, I hadn’t heard of it either but it’s one of those, that when it’s roasted is velvety.  It’s got that softly sweet squash flavour and a rich texture, which is great for this dip.  I’ve roasted it up with sage, olive oil and salt & pepper and added some cannellini beans to make the dip.  It’s got a subtle roasted flavour and it’ll make a delicious addition to the Halloween table tomorrow.  Alongside pretty much everything else you might have seen on pintrest or instagram over the past couple of weeks!  Woohahaha… Ingredients:  200g Roasted Squash 10 fresh sage leaves 400g tinned canellini beans (drained) 1 tsp mixed herbs 2 cloves garlic (to keep the vampires away) 100mls Olive Oil Salt & Pepper Handful of pumpkin seeds (dry toasted) A Small Culinary pumpkin to serve (optional) Method: 1. Pre-heat the oven to 200C. 2. Slice the …