WHITE BEAN & PALM HEART DIP with PEPPERONI CHIPS

WHITE BEAN & PALM HEART DIP with PEPPERONI CHIPS
Today I am trying out R.E.D.’s new toy…
manual food processor
It seems like the perfect addition
inexpensive, small and no battery life will be sacrificed in the process…
For my first attempt I decided to make a hummus-type dip
White Bean and Palm Heart Dip
1 can white beans, drained
1 can palm hearts, drained
6 garlic cloves
3 tbsp tahini (or natural peanut butter with a splash of sesame oil)
1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup olive oil
Sea salt & pepper
Place all into processor bowl with triple blade, lock in lid
Be prepared to use some muscle, turning until the desired consistency
But as I said, it won’t drain the boat battery
and I get some exercise.
win…win…
Aside from pita and fresh veggies
this is really good with salami or pepperoni chips…
(this time I made it with 2 cups white flour, 3 cups 5 grain flour)
…Pepperoni chips…
Place thinly sliced salami or pepperoni on a BBQ-safe grill pad
…we have this sheet on the boat for cooking on the bbq.
It replaces a Silpat used in conventional ovens…
Cook until slightly brown and curled around the edges.
They crisp up as they cool.
If using a conventional oven heat to 400 ° using same method above for about 12 minutes.

 

6 responses to “WHITE BEAN & PALM HEART DIP with PEPPERONI CHIPS”

  1. […] Combine all ingredients in a bowl and process with your blender of choice (onboard I use our little Kitchen King Pro) Season according to taste       *Galley Kat Note Once I have salted the cucumber, I […]

  2. […] and whirl away until you have a smooth consistency. Saving battery power onboard I used my little Kitchen King Pro Season with salt and pepper. This makes an easy and healthy veggie dip. Or why not try it stirred […]

  3. […] or serve at room temperature spread on crackers. So yummy. So easy. This Cheesy Bacon and my White Bean and Palm Heart Dip are now my faves.   inspired by Buns in My Oven         Written […]

  4. […] blender and combine until smooth. (lovin’ that no battery life was sacrificed using my little Kitchen Pro) Steam beans for 2-3 minutes until bright green then decant into cold water to stop cooking and […]

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