Awesome Almond Curry Dip



I am in love…with my new food processor! My husband surprised me this past weekend with this amazing kitchen tool. He found it locally for a great price. 6 days later and I haven’t stopped using it!


I have been wanting a food processor for quite some time to chop up nuts and produce in a few seconds-instead of 5-10 minutes by hand. My kids are always on the go, so anything that saves me time is OK by me! I haven’t had a food processor since college and let’s just say that was quite some time ago 🙂 I have been whipping up many tasty, easy recipes over the past few days that I can’t wait to share with you in the coming weeks.





This dip is addicting. I like to scoop it on sliced veggies as well as gluten-free crackers. Carrots are bursting with Vitamin A which is critical for healthy eyes and skin as well as fiber and Vitamin C. Almonds are rich in Vitamin E and magnesium. They are also abundant in antioxidants and help regulate blood sugar. Raw honey contains enzymes, minerals and vitamins. 


Ingredients:
1 cup soaked almonds
1 cup carrots, chopped
2 Tbsp. water
2 tsp. raw honey
1 tsp. curry powder
1 1/2 tsp. tamari (gluten-free soy sauce)
1 tsp. lemon juice
1/2 tsp. Herbamare


Soak almonds in 4 cups water overnight (or at least 6 hours). Discard water and rinse almonds. Use the S Blade of your food processor. Place almonds in food processor and pulse nuts for several minutes. Add in carrots and pulse for another minute. Place the remaining ingredients into the food processor bowl and process for 2 minutes.


Scoop out dip from the mixing bowl and place into a serving dish.

Serves 4.
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Comments

  1. Hi There Laura,

    What a sweet husband you have! I would be lost without my food processor. Have fun experimenting.

    Oh boy, you know I'm a dip girl! This looks super tasty. I make a raw carrot hummus (the carrots replace the chickpeas), but I love your use of almonds here for the added nutrition. I can imagine this is just delightful! 🙂

    Hugs,
    –Amber

  2. Anonymous says:

    Laura, I'm envious of your new food processor but can't wait to try all the new yummy recipes you will come up with using it!

    By the way, the curry almond dip looks VERY delicious since I love both ingredients.

    Mary

  3. I don;t know how you have lived without up until this point…hands down my most favorite tool…but now I have my blendetec…so we will have to see! You are opened up to world of new recipes now!! yay!! look forward to seeing what you crank out!

  4. Sounds wonderful! I bet this dip would be good shmeared on chicken or in a vegetable stirfry! Love my food processor!! Love him so much I named him Zach!

  5. That's wonderful that your husband gave you a food processor.
    This recipe looks great! I love curry and almonds.

    Thanks for linking up to the Living Well Blog Hop!

  6. That's the one I have! It really is one of my most useful kitchen appliances ever…I use it at LEAST every other day!

    This dip looks amazing! I love all things curry all the time. Need to try!

  7. I got a food processor for Christmas, mostly for making nut butter and raw vegan treats with, so I loooove the look of this! I'd definitely end up eating it all with a spoon 😀

  8. Mm.. this dip looks so savory! Food processors are awesome. I didn't make pizza crust and hummus at home until I got a food processor. 😛 As you can imagine – it has revolutionized my home meals!

    btw – kudos to your hubby – how incredibly sweet and thoughtful!

  9. Yum! That dip looks great. It's so funny that you mention that food processor. Mine is broken and I've been looking into buying a new one. Just today I decided on the one you have. I haven't gotten it yet though, so I'm very glad to hear how much you like yours.

  10. You'll love it Linda! It is my new pro tool in the kitchen!

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