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Romesco dip



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Romesco dip

  • 150 g smoked almonds
  • 500 g roasted red capsicum, (see Tips)
  • 50 g sherry vinegar
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • salt, to taste (optional)

Recipe's preparation

  1. Place almonds into mixing bowl and mill 10 sec/speed 7.
  2. Add capsicum, vinegar and paprika and mix 10 sec/speed 5.
  3. Scrape down sides of mixing bowl with spatula. Season to taste, then mix 5 sec/speed 4. Serve immediately or store in the refrigerator until ready to serve (see Tips).

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Roasted red capsicum can be purchased in jars at the supermarket or from delicatessens. To make your own at home, roast capsicums over a gas flame, turning with tongs until blackened all over. Place into a glass bowl and cover with plastis wrap for 10 minutes or until cooled. Peel and discard skin and deseed before using.

This dip also makes a great relish for grilled meats or toasted sandwiches, and can be added to risotto or soup as a flavoursome condiment.

You can store this dip in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

This recipe is from the new Entertaining with Dani Valent cookbook and recipe chip, available from The Mix Shop.

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  • Thanks for this healthy dip....

    Submitted by toni5623 on 28. January 2017 - 12:17.

    Thanks for this healthy dip.

    I didn't have any smoked almonds so used raw nor did I have sherry vinegar so used a good quality red wine vinegar - still tasted fine. Even Miss 18 who doesn't eat capsicum loved it! Wink

    Will get the proper ingredients for next time and would use less liquid as I prefer dips a bit 'drier', rather than 'liquidy'.

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