I don't normally submit a recipe that isn't my own unless the cook book is very old or rare, or the source is so unusual most people won't have access to it. This recipe is just delicious for dipping veggies. If you have never made homemade mayonnaise, it is worth the trouble. It is lighter and more flavorful than store bought, with a silky texture. But your favorite store bought will do just fine.
Cook the beans in boiling water for 3 minutes, rinse in cold water, and set aside. Mix all dip ingredients well. Chill for a few hours. Serve with the green beans, or with a variety of pared veggies.
Cook the beans in boiling water for 3 minutes, rinse in cold water, and set aside.
Mix all dip ingredients well. Chill for a few hours. Serve with the green beans, or with a variety of pared veggies.
By Copasetic1 from North Royalton, OH
I am thinking nice white raw florets of cauliflower and cherry tomatoes
with this dip. It's going to be just yummy, I'm sure. Maybe some rolled-
up leaves of romaine.
This is so different that you know I'm going to have to try it. Thanks for sharing. A definite "thumbs up".
This sounds delicious, not only for the beans, but for all raw veggies as you suggest. I would love it with raw broccoli and raw cauliflower best of all, and using homemade mayonnaise puts it way over the top. Not even Hellmann's Mayo can match the flavor of homemade.
I doubt seriously that I'd ever be able to find the purple beans, but I'm sure other varieties of green beans will work too. I'm going to find some nice young tender ones, and give your recipe a good workout.
Thank you for sharing it with us.
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