Rocket, parmesan and almond dip

(Recipe based on the one in this post)

The Thermomix is truly a godsend when it comes to entertaining. I love throwing things in the TMX bowl, pressing Turbo a couple of times and voila, dip done.

I’ve tried to make a different dip each time we have friends over, so if any of you reading have any suggestions please send them through!

This dip definitely needs a bit of salt or lemon to counteract the bitterness of the rocket. Good learning for me next time!

Ingredients
60g rocket
200g almonds
2 garlic cloves (I put an extra one in but I love garlic, it might be too strong for some of you)
50g parmesan
80g olive oil
Salt and/or lemon juice to taste

Method
Whack all the ingredients into your TMX bowl and press the Turbo button 3-4 times until you’ve got the consistency you want. Done!

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4 thoughts on “Rocket, parmesan and almond dip

  1. Danika says:

    Sounds delish!!

  2. Annette says:

    … and it is delish – just made it – with rocket I have growing in my garden.
    Also tried to add some to a very plain soup made just from pureed pumpkin – delish too. Thought the colour of the soup might get murky – adding the dip – but it went a beautiful pale yellow-green colour.

  3. annette1000 says:

    … and it isa relish – just made it.

  4. annette1000 says:

    Sorry – meant to say, and it is delish – just made it.
    Also tried to add some to a very plain pumpkin soup I had in the fridge – and that is delish too – and a very pretty pale yellow-green colour.

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