This dip has a salty taste because of the capers, which means that kids will love it. It is an amazing way to also disguise mushrooms for your kids if they don’t like eating mushrooms. My 17 year old always comes up with new list of things he doesn’t like eating and so I am always compelled to create dishes that I can put in nutritious ingredients without him being able to tell.
Teenagers love spreads and dips and this particular recipe is not only simple to make but it is also a very healthy dip that is low in calories, and also virtually a fat free spread that goes nicely with biscuits, toasts or can even be added to pasta or plain rice.
It is created from leftover vegetables that were not enough to cook anything in particular. There is no need for cooking or boiling anything and can be made with no cooking skills.
- 4 large mushroom
- 1 large tomato
- 1 tablespoon Capers
- 3 tablespoon Coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon Milk
- pinch of black pepper
- pinch of Salt
- 1/4 lime
- Rinse mushrooms carefully
- Put mushrooms into blender with all the other ingredients except the lime
- Blend till a fine smooth paste
- Squeeze the lime juice over all the ingredients
- Blend for a minute to incorporate lime juice thoroughly
- pour into ramekin dish and serve