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how to make a food dehydrator How to Make Spinach Dip

by:IKE     2019-06-10
Whether you're entertaining guests or trying a new dinner, the spinach sauce is a great addition.Learn from this delicious article how to make spinach dip sauce in three different ways.
No matter what form of spinach you eat, it tastes great.Make a delicious crispy salad, hot soup, a delicious dip, and even stirFried chicken with vegetables;You will definitely want more.
Unfreeze spinach and squeeze out excess water.Put it in a paper towel so all the excess moisture can be removed.You need spinach that is completely dry so that the dip will become smooth and creamy;Otherwise it will turn into water once you are ready.Mix chopped spinach, sour cream, mayonnaise, leeks, parsley, salt, black pepper, onion powder and chili powder.Try a dip before you go with cookies and hot rye bread.
Cook the spinach for a minute, then use the ice blan --cold water.Take it out of the water bath and squeeze out the excess water.Put it in a paper towel so excess moisture can be removed.Take a pot and soften the cream cheese with low heat.Keep stirring so the cream cheese doesn't burn.Add cheese to it and stir.Make the mixture thicker.Next, add garlic powder, salt, black pepper and Thistle hearts to it.Do a quick taste test and check the seasoning.Once the mixture is cooked, add dry spinach to the cheese mixture.Combine everything completely to make sure there is no lump when dipped.Hot dip in cookies, slices of bread or cornflakes.
Cook the spinach for a minute, then use the ice blan --cold water.Take it out of the water bath and squeeze out the excess water.Put it in a paper towel so excess moisture can be removed.Put chopped spinach, mayonnaise, sour cream, garlic powder and dry dill in a bowl.Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and leave it in the refrigerator for hours.Do a taste test before serving to see if the taste is up to your satisfaction.Dip in the sauce with pita bread, rye bread, biscuits and vegetables.
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