Your taste buds will tingle with this creamy and delicious dressing that is full of flavor. It is tangy and creamy and can be used as either a dressing for salads or as a dip for crudite.
I really like Pumpkin seeds and they have lots of vitamins and minerals like Iron (which I have worried about going raw) so everyday I soak some for the next day for something either smoothie or cereal then I experimented with this after seeing a raw sesame dip video and just made it up as I went. This recipe was my 2nd attempt at and it turned out better than my first (no oil, raisins or spinach in it)
This is a phenomenal dip or sauce. I made a new batch every other day all summer long as long as I had access to fresh basil. The first time I did, I I added some raw milk cheddar to the mix also, which was different but still good.
Try as a dip for veggies, a thick salad dressing, or a sauce. Great with carrots or mushrooms of almost any variety.
This was originally supposed to be Alissa Cohen’s lemon pudding, but I found that to be too tart. This adaptation is much a more delicious pudding or fruit dip, no puckering required.