Miscellanious (Dips etc)

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Miscellanious (Dips etc)

Postby Voice Caile » Mon Jun 30, 2003 1:13 am

Things that don't fit into other categories.
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Postby Iberius. » Sun Jul 13, 2003 6:31 pm

Heres one that i love to make.

I package Cream Cheese.
I can Chopped olives
I ripe Tomatoe
Cheese Crated bout a cup.

Take the cream Cheese and spread it evenly on a plate.
Open and drain the olives than spread them over the cream cheese.
Chop the tomates and spread them evenly over the rest. Top with the cheese and eat with your favorite corn chips.

simple but good.
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posted from the original cookbook ;)

Postby SpeakerForTheDead » Mon Jul 14, 2003 12:20 am

This recipe is a little on the tree-hugger side, just a warning.

5 16oz pacakges of ORGANIC tofu
1/2 cup greenery (alphalpa sprouts or green onion scallions)
1 bulb (that's about 12 medium cloves) fresh organic garlic
1 cup lemon juice
1/2 cup hemp oil (can substitute olive oil, but i don't reccomend it)
1 tablespoon dried ground ginger root
2 tablespoons ground dill tops
2 tablespoons salt

Finely chop the tofu (I do it in 1 cm squares), mince the garlic, chop up greenery....
measure out dried ingredients together (ginger, dill, salt)
measure out lemon juice and hemp oil seperately

place tofu in large bowl and use a mixer until it begins to crumble like cottage cheese

Next add greenery and garlic... mix some more.

Then add lemon juice, hemp oil, and dried ingredients... mix until the dip looks like cottage cheese speckled with green

YUM YUM YUM.... I reccomend eating with sesame seed crackers... Also, if the dip is left over-night, it will undergo a reaction that makes it taste better!!!

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Postby Forbidden » Mon Sep 15, 2003 12:25 pm

Appetizers: Ham rolls

Needed depending on the amount of people to serve, usually 4 rolls per person.

1 lbs ham (NOT deli thin)
1 pkg cream cheese (room temp)
1 can crushed pineapple (drained, keep liquid to side)

take the cream cheese and place into bowl, stir and mix in drained pineapple (use as much or as little of 1 can as you desire). Mix very well, add small amounts of liquid (pineapple juice) until desired texture. Needs to be thinner than frosting, but not runny)

Take ham slice, place mixture on middle 1/4 of the slice and roll up. place toothpick to keep roll from unrolling.

refridgerate at least 2 hours before party.

Great for parties and taste great
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Postby The Exalted One » Mon Nov 10, 2003 2:12 am

Keiko's Tex-Mex 7-Layer Dip

The trick to keeping the dip from being runny is to drain and (in some
cases) pat dry with paper towels everything.

Layer 1: 2 large cans bean dip (preferrably Frito Lay)
- drain any water from cans and spread on bottom of a
rectangular cake dish

Layer 2: 3 avocados peeled and crushed
2 tbsp. lemon juice
sprinkling of garlic salt
- mix 3 ingredients well and spread over bean dip

Layer 3: 16 oz. sour cream
1 pkg. taco seasoning mix
- mix well and spread over avocado layer

Layer 4: 1 bunch green onions, chopped fine
- spread over sour cream layer

Layer 5: 2 large tomatoes, sliced, seeds removed, patted dry on
paper towels, and diced
- spread over onions

Layer 6: small can sliced black olives, drained, patted dry, and
- spread over tomatoes

Layer 7: 4-8 oz. cheddar cheese, grated
- spread over black olives
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