I am trying to cleanse my system and rebuild my good flora - I just started throwing everything recommended into the blender and voila - a yummy dip!! My naturopath told me to eat as much tumeric as I could stand - sooooo, here I go!
Sorry things aren't specific - but it was very last minute - and it turned out very yummy! I poured it over some lightly steamed veggies (carrots and cabbage and onions) - but I also dipped fresh, raw carrots in it.
I am sure the true chefs in this group can fine tune it for us all! This would be a yummy soup - I like my dips a little thicker so I went easier on the water and cider.
I always buy ripe bananas as they are usually cheaper than the unripe green crap.
Sometimes they are so ripe I can only mash them as they would not even slice :) but I love their sweetness.
This "mash" can be used as a dressing on green salad leaves (rocket, watercress etc) or it can be used as a base for a fruit salad.
You will be surprised how little amount of mash will one banana produce - usually I use 5-6 bananas to do this.
This is a great, no-fat-added dressing that really spices up your greens! It's a green color, too. :)
I think it's better with prepared mustard, but if you can find a raw one, that's great!!
I usually have a bag of frozen mixed berries just for this purpose. It is easy to do out on the road. For us it usually makes enough for about four to six salads, but then I use more than my hubby does. I am still not big on salads yet so the dressing is everything!!
I havent seen this one out there so I hope I am not copying off anyone. If so, so sorry. It is just so simple I keep thinking a bunch of people have to be doing this already.
Sorry no photo I will try to work on that.
My brother sent me this recipe recently. It was originally intended as a meat marinade, but I found it makes a great salad dressing and veggie dipping sauce. I would love to hear if anyone can come up with other great things to pair with this recipe.