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Top 10 Healthy Dips
Last Updated : Apr 26,2017
Top 10 Healthy Dips
You will love our collection of healthy dips. No potatoes, sugar or high glycemic index foods used. Most of the recipes are made from full fat curds which is good fat for your body. Yes, please don’t try low fat curds as that is no longer valid or true. You need to eat good fat and that will keep you fuller longer and also make you healthier.
You must eat good quality fat as that is the coroner stone of a good diet. Diet is often wrongly taken to eat low cal food or less calories. We present these healthy dips made just for you.
Have these dips as starters or even with your main course. To keep it healthy i have these dips just with cut cucumber, radish or carrots. Carrot and Hummus go really well together. In fact cucumber, radish or carrots are almost neutral in taste and hence taste good with any dip.
Eat healthy, stay healthy. We would love to hear from you about this collection of dips and please review the article.
Top 10 Healthy Dips
Watch how everyday ingredients like curds, onion and mustard powder can transform into a world-class Thick Curd Dip, which matches perfectly with most wafers
and finger foods
It is all about the right proportions and methods. Just ensure the curds are hung long enough to remove all the water, and the rest is as easy as mix and chill.
Creamy, luscious and tangy, the Yoghurt Dip has a very exciting flavour that combines well with a large variety of snacks ranging from tikkis
to nacho chips
While the tang of the curds is heightened by the Tabasco sauce, the fresh cream helps to improve the mouth-feel and balance the flavour. Chopped herbs and greens add an exciting flavour, a pleasant crunch and a splash of colour to the dip. Keep this dip
chilled till you serve as it will get watery if left outside.
This dip is as unique and exciting as its name! The Tzatziki Dip is a Lebanese
dip made with hung curds and cucumber, flavoured with garlic and dill leaves.
The peppy taste of this dip makes it a great accompaniment for pita bread. Although no cream is used in the recipe, the Tzatziki Dip is very creamy because of the hung curds. To get the authentic texture, it is important to get really thick hung curds.
You can also try other nice dips like the Queso Dip
and the Nacho Chips with Cheese Dip
A cool and fresh topping that is perfect for serving with crisp and spicy finger foods. With simple, easily-available ingredients, this dip can also be prepared very easily by just blending together all the ingredients. Keep the spring onion and curd dip refrigerated till you are ready to serve, to retain the fresh flavour and cool feel.
Fresh out of the garden, that is how this dip feels! The Radish, Cucumber and Curd Dip comprises refreshing salad veggies with curd and fresh cream for richness and green chillies for flavour. Chill and serve this dip with freshly-sliced crunchy veggies.
When you yearn for something off-beat, something so zesty it will transform your day, go for this Creamy Thick Curd Dip using Capsicum and Rose Syrup.
Ingredients that you would never have thought of combining, like rose syrup, petals and capsicum come together with thick curds and a couple of sauces to make an innovative and exotic dip, which tastes great with crackers or toasted bread. If you are using fresh rose petals, serve the dip immediately after preparation because the petals will start turning black.
Perfect proportions of curds, cream and cheese make this creamy, yummy, tangy dip much tastier than plain cheese dips. An assortment of veggies complements the taste and balances the texture of the Creamy Onion and Capsicum Curd Dip, making it a great accompaniment to crunchy fresh vegetables, biscuits and other crispies.
Hummus, the famous traditional Lebanese
spread, has a creamy chickpea texture. It tastes fantastic when served as apart of a mezze platter with Pita Bread
Hummus has a unique flavour of chickpea, olive oil and parsley. Very healthy to eat just with cucumbers or carrots and great for weight loss and Endurance Athletes
An inseparable part of lebanese cuisine, tahini basically means a paste of roasted sesame seeds. The paste is widely used to make salad dressings, dips and sauces. In the given recipe it is combined with curds which results in a unique bitter-sour product.
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