Tuesday, 27 December 2011


carrot dip recipe
Easy Carrot Dip
Carrot dip is very easy to make and is easy to consume too. I especially recommend it when the weather is warm/hot as well as when you have many carrots in hand that you don't know what to do with. Most dips also make a good finger food when served with some crackers or better yet, homemade chips (see my entry on how to make easy and healthy homemade chips). Dips are great as appetisers, snacks, side dishes and party foods.
flat bread chips
Homemade Chips


Carrots (3-4 medium size or as many as you like)
Natural yoghurt (depends on the amount of the carrot. If the carrot is about a bowlful, then add yoghurt about the same size or a bit more or to taste)
Oil (preferrably olive oil) (approximately 2-3 tablespoons)
Garlic (optional)
Pinch of salt (or according to your taste)


Wash, peel and grate the carrots. Heat up a pan with oil in it. Add the carrots and stir it for a few minutes on high heat, until it becomes soft. Take it off the stove and leave it aside. While it is cooling, mix your garlic, yoghurt and salt well. Add the coked carrot and mix it until there is no big lumps of carrot. Serve it cool.


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