I decided to do a test batch today to see if I liked it enough to take to a Super Bowl party on Sunday. Conveniently, I had some of those Costco bowls, and one produced just over the 3/4 cup of shelled beans the recipe calls for. (Shelling took about three minutes after I nuked 'em).
I had all the other ingredients on hand, too: lemon juice (from lemons I'd juiced earlier in the year and frozen in ice cube trays), garlic, olive oil, salt and sriracha sauce.
I thought I might be making this where a food processor would not be available, so I used a food mill instead. Kids, don't try this at home; you really do need a food processor. (And I was told, yes, there will be one available, so I hauled mine out after making a
Here's the result, and I have to say, it's really good. I had to up the lemon juice a little, and I think it needs more sriracha. It could also be jazzed up with diced tomatoes, maybe some minced shallots, a sprinkling of cilantro ... you could put a spoonful of sour cream in if you wanted it creamier.
I took it to work and the handful of cow-orkers who got to try it (there wasn't enough for everyone) all agreed it was a success.
I suggest tripling or quadrupling the recipe.
i love to see when other folks make a recipe from my blog...especially when its met with success :)ReplyDelete
i love this dip, too...and i agree...you can really amp up the heat or embellish it with other ingredients. its very versatile but simple.
im glad you enjoyed it! :)
Thanks for the recipe, Tami! It really is an easy and tasty one.ReplyDelete
Do your cow-orkers know that you call them cow-orkers? :) :) :)ReplyDelete
I really love the idea of using edamame instead of avocado, what a great idea. I must try this asap! Edamame are one of my favourite ingredients.ReplyDelete
It really is yummy. You have to process it quite a bit to get it as smooth as guac, but the taste is quite nice.ReplyDelete