Low Fat Tofu Salad Dressing

Don’t we all like a salad dressing that is a little different.  French, balsamic and Italian abound. This particular salad dressing combines silken tofu with honey and mustard for a delicious yet unique flavour.  Silken tofu is low in fat, high in protein and low GI, all the more reason to give it a try! ⅔ cup of silken tofu 2 tablespoons flaxseed or extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons reduced fat eggless mayonnaise 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 1

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Amy’s Chick Pea Dip

  Raw sprouted chickpea dips are a much appreciated addition to our meals.  Here are two recipes I have called on countless times as a wholesome snack, entree, spread or more filling side dish to an otherwise light salad based meal.  It’s one of those things that (if I have some sprouted chickpeas on hand) I can throw together in minutes and serve with whatever is around…bread, salad, raw crackers, corn chips, carrot sticks or fingers. Whatever the occasion, time of day or audience

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Cob Loaf with Caramelised Red-Onion Dip

  This dish is a fantastic accompaniment to any great vegetarian BBQ. You’re sure to impress your friends and family when you bring this spectacular dip to the table. Served in a toasted cob loaf, this rich and tasty dip includes an unusual combination of ingredients that complement each other perfectly. Ingredients2 Tbsp olive oil 2 large red onions, halved,

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Yoghurt Mint Chutney

  This chutney is absolutely delicious served with samosas, pakoras or as a side dish with Indian curry or dhal. Yoghurt and mint are known for their cooling properties, so this chutney is a great accompaniment for hot and spicy dishes. Yoghurt Mint Chutney Ingredients200g natural yoghurt 5 tsp sugar or honey 3-4 sprigs mint leaves, chopped SaltMethod Put all ingredients

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Fresh Coriander Chutney

This Coriander Chutney is refreshing and full of flavour. Coconut & yoghurt have cooling properties, so if you plan on serving a spicy curry this chutney will complement it perfectly. As well as being pleasing to the palette, this tasty chutney is full of great health benefits. Coriander supplies a rich source of dietary fiber and nutrients, such as iron, magnesium, and potassium as well as antioxidants and is also

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Minted Hummus

  For those who find hummus a little too garlicky, here is the perfect hummus recipe. It substitutes the fresh taste of mint which combines so well with the other ingredients that you’ll have everyone asking you for the recipe. Ingredients2 cups of cooked chick peas ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil ⅓ cup tahini ¼ cup lemon juice ½ cup water Seasoned salt of your choice Generous handful fresh

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