Dazzle Your New Year’s Guests with a New Taste Delight; Discover the Deliciousness of Cashews
Cashews are one of the most versatile foods available to us IN THE WORLD. Yes it’s true.
These tasty little kidney shaped nuts are a mandatory addition to your diet.
They have incredible qualities and versatility. Please remember to keep them in your pantry.
Don’t tell say that evil word to me that they are fattening. They are not and you need them in your diet.
Go out and buy some raw cashews TODAY!
You can make cheese out of them, eat them out of the bowl, make them into ice cream with no cream, salad dressing; all sorts of yummies.
When it comes to cashews, the choices are endless. Who would have guessed!
Today I’m going to share with you a great recipe for cashew dip. It’s simple, easy and let’s not forget nutritious and delicious.
2 cups raw cashews soaked for at least 4 hours to bring them to life (alright if you don’t have time don’t do it, but do it next time)
1 cup nutritional yeast
½ teaspoon fresh lemon juice
½ teaspoon garlic powder (you can use fresh, but you don’t want to overpower the flavor of the dip, so be mindful)
1 teaspoon salt
Red chile flakes (you decide how much depending on your sensitivity; a pinch or a ½ teaspoon)
Choice of parsley, cilantro, basil, or oregano leaves
¼ cup fresh filtered water
Drain the cashews. Put all the ingredients, except for the herbs in the blender, Vitamix, Blendtec, or a food processor. Start to pulse and as the mixture begins to thicken start adding the water, 1 tablespoon at a time until the mixture thins. You may not need all of the water.
Taste and adjust salt and red chile flakes as needed. Chop herbs of choice and add at the very end so that your mixture does not turn green. Garnish the bowl of cashew dip with some of the herbs.
Serve with fresh vegetables, especially bell peppers, crackers or pita bread. You can also spread this on toast – yummy.
Eat this anytime of day or night and serve to your guests. They are going to love you for it.
Relax, Slow Down and Enjoy
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