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    I love this so much. Often i put it in cheap ramekins and pour melted butter over the top to give to friends, family and fetes. Cooking time includes chill time.

    Recipe #181462

    From www.kettlefoods.co-an Oregon based potato chip company. ...Some of the best chips on the market! For a smoother consistency, I substituted coconut cream for the shredded coconut. Then I garnished the top of the dip with toasted coconut instead.

    Recipe #149917

    From www.kettlechips.co. Tone down the spiciness if you wish by reducing the amount of ginger and wasabi. This is spicy-I've warned you. For a chunkier consistency, omit the yogurt.

    Recipe #149919

    From Fitness Magazine February 2006. Recipe did not specify what type of sesame oil-regular or toasted. I used mostly regular and about one half teaspoon of toasted sesame oil so adjust according to taste.

    Recipe #156346

    An twist on traditional pesto. Use as a spread, on pasta, or pizzas. Don't over process. Source: Michael Roberts, Trumps, Los Angeles, printed in the San Jose Mercury News 3/4/1987

    Recipe #114578

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This I've been making for years and it 's never ever the same. This year I used balsamic vinegar and sundried tomatoes which brings the basic caponata up to date with our changing tastes. This if your are not familiar with this appetizer (relish) dip or spread it 's salty, sweet, tangy has lots of texture from celery, eggplant,onions, garlic, olive, capers, and pine nuts. This is very complex! Serve it on fresh Italian sliced bread or crackers or as a relish on a sandwich. You can even toss it into a small pasta to make a pasta salad. Check out recipe #103124. In years gone buy I did can in boiling water bath for 10 minutes.I like to jar and give as gifts.

    Recipe #102724

    I tasted this at a Super Bowl Party and got the recipe to share. It is delicious! It was served with pita crisps and dipping veggies.

    Recipe #111228

    Middle Eastern style spread for Pita bread. This recipe is very tasty and easy to make. This is a very popular dish in this region. The base is usually Chickpeas and Tahini, but the flavor added to the base vary widely from one chef to the next. Tahini is a sesame paste, you can usually find it in the Mediterranean section of your grocery store.

    Recipe #38846

    This is a recipe from Lesley Waters 'Simple Ways to Success - Healthy' cookbook. This is a really creamy houmous and the butter beans add extra protein. I use Bekah's Homemade Tahini #73859 to make it and sometimes I add a little sambal oelek for some extra spicyness. It great served with a variety of fresh vegetables and pita crisps for dipping. Or you could try one of my favourites: a fresh bagel with houmous, rocket and roasted aubergine. Yum!

    Recipe #105181

    4 Reviews |  By Monstr

    A salsa with no tomatoes, for olive lovers. It's full of strong flavors. Can be prepared in a food processor, but I just chop with a knife. Serve with tortilla chips, bagel chips, crackers etc.

    Recipe #90122

    Pronounced Choo-moose, and not hum-miss! This is the easiest, yummiest hummous you will try outside the Middle East.

    Recipe #66843

    This stuff is addicting!! I serve salsa with broken pieces of bread or crackers. You may toss it with pasta or put on a salad, the possibilities are endless. I'm often asked to make it for parties because most people just adore this dip. -ADDED: I just recently discovered that this is Michael Chiarello's recipe & here all this time I thought my mother in law was a genius for coming up with this wonderful recipe.

    Recipe #14361

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    An adopted recipe whose original intro stated: "This is very versatile. You can use it as a dip for vegetables, egg rolls etc, a marinade for chicken or as a salad dressing. Adjust thickness accordingly." Originally posted by Mean Chef.

    Recipe #58520

    I got this recipe for a school mum, Sue Stibbard. She always liked to make things go further on her tight budget so she came up with this recipe for chicken liver pate with a twist; hard boiled eggs are added to the recipe. This gives the pate a lighter texture. People are surprised when I tell them that there are hard boiled eggs in the pate. This recipe makes a large batch and you will certainly get compliments for your skills in mastering chicken liver pate.

    Recipe #32137

    6 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This makes a wonderful appetizer for a dinner party. It also makes a yummy, light supper, when served with a bowl of soup.

    Recipe #41149

    A great version of hummus. (Adopted recipe from the kitchen of Mean Chef.)

    Recipe #104962

    4 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    From The Stinking Rose restaurant in San Francisco. This is an Italian appetizer dish and the name translates as 'hot bath'. Serve with a good crusty sourdough, breadsticks or your favorite vegetables for dipping, such as bell peppers, zucchini, broccoli, or whole mushrooms. It's typically served as an appetizer, but is also fantastic drizzled over grilled fish or vegetables.

    Recipe #114729

    This recipe was originally submitted by Mean Chef (IHHDRO). I adopted it after he left the site. The text from my original review stated, "Excellent guacamole! I didn't have any serrano peppers on hand and subbed a some finely diced jalapenos. The flavor of this was so fresh and wonderful. I love avocados and this was guac at its best." I go through phases of craving guacamole and have tried other recipes, but always come back to this one.

    Recipe #72639

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