3 Cooking Tips for Middle Eastern Dip and Paste Recipes
I'd like to share something with you. The first
time I prepared homemade hummus, friends
who tasted it were so satisfied that they
wanted to buy my hummus. I preferred to
share this dip with them, rather than selling it.
Hummus is so versatile; it can be used as a
dip and as a spread. Scoop up hummus with
a wedge of pita bread or spread it on a slice of
bread or toast. Use it as a dip with carrot and
celery sticks and other veggies.
There are many other delicious Middle Eastern recipes that can be used as spreads and dips, like tahini spread, eggplant spread and others. You can buy them if you wish so, but with little effort and time, you can prepare your own delicious spreads and dips
You won't be able to store your spreads for months as with preservative laden commercial ones. But the big bonus is that you are going to receive super tasty food without unhealthy ingredients.
Middle Eastern spreads and dips are great appetizers, and they are recommended with many kinds of food. But they are especially designed to go with pita bread. All you have to do is pick up the dip with the pita.
Before preparing your homemade dips and spreads, take a look on these 3 tips for successful spreads and dips preparation.
3 Tips for successful dip preparation:
1. Always use best quality extra virgin olive oil; its health value is only exceeded by its superlative taste.
2. Never compromise on the quality of the cooking ingredients; otherwise, it's just like preparing commercial products.
3. Always refrigerate the dips and spreads, or your delicious dip will spoil in a few hours.
Go to Dip Recipes and get some top Middle Eastern Dip recipes.