Instant Pot Cauliflower Crema

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If you are looking for a creamy, smooth, melt-in-your mouth condiment to dress up your veggies, grains or pasta, this cauliflower crema is for you. Just a few ingredients and you got deliciousness in no time. Enjoy! Continue reading

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Creamy Artichoke Dip

Creamy Artichoke Dip/nourishyourselfnow.com

This dip is super simple, but packs a lot of flavor. Try it as a dip or use instead as a sandwich spread.

Makes about 1 1/2 cups

Prep Time: 5 minute    Cook Time: 0 (need cooked beans)

Ingredients

1 14-oz can whole artichokes, in water, drained and quartered

½ cup of cooked cannellini beans, no salt added, drained and rinsed

1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard

1 Tbsp. lemon juice

Dash of cayenne or more to taste

Instructions

  • Fit a food processor with the S-blade
  • Combine all ingredients and process until very creamy.
  • Adjust seasonings to taste. Enjoy!

Notes

Use this as a dip for vegetables or make Deviled Potatoes, by scooping out some of the center of a boiled (cooled and sliced) potato and fill with artichoke dip.

Great substitute for mayo on a sandwich.

Aquafabanaise

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I have been seeing posts about using aquafaba ( the cooking liquid left over from cooking your own beans or the liquid found in canned beans) for some time. Mostly what I came across though were recipes posts for sweet meringues. But I like things on the  savory side, so I thought I give it a try to see, if I can figure out a semi replacement for mayonnaise. Of course I wanted it without any oil. Cannellini beans to the rescue. The result is a very mild and subtle sauce, great for  potato salad.  I call it “aquafabanaise”. Continue reading