I shared this with friends & it was a big hit! It just took 1 person to try it & from their reaction, more & more came over. Very nice, very easy to make. I cut the rest of the bread into thin slices & toasted them in the oven. That's what we used to dunk into this tasty dip. Great way to use up leftover bread. Thank you very much!
Everyone loved this dip at the party I took it to! Quite tasty. I had wished it was a little spicier, so next time I may leave in the pepper instead of discarding it after simmering, and puree it in the food processor to add to the dip. The great thing about this dip is that it's vegan too, so you know that pretty much everyone will be able to eat it. Thanks for posting this!
Loved this served with drinks and twisted black olive breadsticks Twisted Black Olive Breadsticks as aprt of a tapas meal. Thank you!
This was a big hit at my party! Easy to make. Love the garlic with just a hint of heat! I used red and green bell peppers! Thanks!
A really yummy dip which I’ll be making again! Although I don’t like hot spicy flavourings, this recipe (minus the hotness) sounded just so appealing. I made a milder version and, after much consideration, as to what I could add (sometimes I just leave the hot ingredient out) I decided to try it with an Australian spice: dried and chopped lemon myrtle leaf. On the jar it is described as having “a unique lemon flavour with eucalyptus notes in the background”. The only other changes I made were to double the garlic and the walnuts. I included half the walnuts in with the ingredients processed and the other half I chopped roughly and mixed into the dip, so that there was more variation in the texture. Hope you don’t mind my changes, Cheryl. Just loved my Australian version of this dip! Thanks for sharing!