White Bean Dip
photo by Ms B.
- Ready In:
- Place all ingredients in the work bowl of a food processor fitted with blade and process until smooth.
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Very easy and quick. I had all the ingredients on hand. I did add extra garlic and also a Dill & Lemon seasoning blend from Schilling. It had a very mild flavor. I wanted to make it to put on celery sticks (instead of high calorie peanut butter). It's a bit bland for that. The celery had a stronger flavor! I tried it with some triscuit-type crackers and it was OK with that. Possibly good as a spread in sandwiches or wraps for veggie style lunches (I haven't tried this yet...). Also good with stronger flavored veggies as a dip, such as bell pepper strips or cherry tomatoes.
LOL, gotta love NYC hummus! :) I also increased the oil, garlic, and PB a bit and added some sea salt. I really like this...familiar but yet totally unique. I also paired this with the Mixed Seed Bread and veggies; love the versatility! (Oh yes, I was out of canneloni so used Great Northern beans and they subbed well, perhaps giving it a more mellow flavor.)