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Dips (Page 2)

Asparagus mousse
Asparagus mousse can be served as a light starter with buttered roasted toast corners, or as a small snack with toast with smoked salmon or as a filling for ham rolls with cooked ham. It is best to prepare the asparagus mousse in good time and let it cool well in the refrigerator for at least 2-3 hours. ...
Aubergine puree
Aubergine puree is an oriental starter. Peel and dice the aubergines. ...
Aubergine sauce
Aubergine sauce This aubergine sauce tastes very aromatic because the aubergine and paprika are roasted in the oven. Preheat the oven to 225°. ...
Aubergines Chick peas Bread spread
Aubergines Chick peas Bread spread Aubergines chickpeas peas bread spread keeps fresh in the fridge for several days. Cover dried chick peas with water and leave to soak overnight. ...
avocado aioli
Avocado aioli is a simple fondue sauce. The longer the garlic is left to steep, the more intense the garlic flavour becomes. ...
Avocado Cream
Avocado Cream is particularly suitable as a side dish with steak. It also tastes very good as a bread spread or dip. ...
Avocado dip with wild garlic
Avocado dip with wild garlic This spicy avocado dip with wild garlic tastes great with crackers, as a bread spread or with steak. Squeeze lemon juice. ...
Avocado Feta Fondue Cream
Avocado Feta Fondue Cream tastes very creamy and has a fine pungency. Cut a ripe avocado lengthwise all around. ...
Avocado Sauce
Avocado Sauce tastes slightly spicy and goes particularly well with grilled steak or chicken and baked potatoes. For the avocado sauce, use a ripe avocado, the skin of which yields under light pressure. ...

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