|My new best friends?|
To start, gather up your arsenal (aka a few simple ingredients and a blender - I've used both my parent's Nutribullet and my Vitamix successfully).
1 bunch of radish greens (could substitute spinach, kale, or any other greens on hand)
3 TBSP coconut milk (or other dairy/dairy free alternative)
1 TBSP apple cider vinegar
1 TBSP water
Hearty dose of spices of choice (I went with oregano and fresh thyme)
|All the puns (as usual)|
The same can be said about how to use the sauce. I tend to use it as a makeshift dip, dunking my butterflied broiled potatoes, roasted veggies or quesadillas. It also holds its own on a pizza crust or a salad dressing.
|Just a few of my favorite ways to eat saucy!|
As a gluten free college celiac (aka a chick with food and budget limitations), trying out new foods can be a difficult goal. When I get the chance to toss something new in my menu, though, I can't resist - especially when it turns into a saucy success.
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Do you try to experiment with new recipe ingredients often? What's your favorite dipping sauce? Comment below!