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Chic Pea, Tuna & Beetroot Dip (dairy free & low fat)


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Ingredients

2 jar(s)

Dip

  • 1 raw beetroot, roughly chopped
  • half a red onion, roughly chopped
  • 2 handfuls of rocket leaves, washed
  • 1 handful of flat leaf parsley, (continental parsley)
  • 1 can chic peas, drained & rinsed
  • 2 tins of tuna, (I prefer John West Selections in an olive oil blend)
  • Splash of white balsamic vinegar
  • Couple of good pinches sea salt
  • Good splash EVOO (extra virgin olive oil), as much as required to achieve desired consistency

Flat Bread - for dipping

  • 5 sheets mountain flat bread wraps, (I use Rye, Oat, Barley)
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray
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Recipe's preparation

    Flat Bread Crackers
  1. Pre heat oven to 150 - 180C (depending on the force of your oven)

    Line a baking tray with baking paper

    Tear flat bread sheets into strips and then into 5 - 10 cm pieces (depending on the desired size required)

    Place onto tray and spray lightly with olive oil

    Place in oven for 15 mins (or until golden brown and crispy)

    If entertaining, make as many as required to feed guests - this amount would suffice for one of the jars of dip / one bowl)

  2. Dip
  3. Place beetroot and onion into mixing bowl and pulverise 10 sec/speed 9 (or until an even and smooth consistency is achieved)

  4. Add rocket, parsley, tuna and chic peas. Blend 10 sec/speed 7 (or again, until desired consistency is achieved).

  5. Add olive oil, sea salt and vinegar to taste and until consistency is how you prefer.

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  • We love this dip! Made lots

    Submitted by MiKy2015 on 17. May 2015 - 14:08.

    We love this dip! Made lots and is a good way to get a bit more fish in your diet tmrc_emoticons.;) Just used regular balsamic vinegar instead of white and added lots of pepper tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hello! So sorry for the

    Submitted by BlushingWillow on 24. December 2012 - 13:41.

    Hello!

    So sorry for the delayed response. I use one of the John West Selection tins which is 125 g - but a smaller tin (95 g) is fine as well. Hope that helps : )

    Love cooking, craft and handmade creations...

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  • Just a quick query... What

    Submitted by the4bickies on 11. October 2012 - 15:06.

    Just a quick query... What weight are the tuna cans?

    cheers

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