The world is a better place with dips and sauces in it. More specifically, vegan dips and sauces. That is why we went searching for a great list of vegan dip recipes to share. We have some good ones here along with sauces and spreads as well.
Just recently, I attended a small get together with some my college friends. One of them recounted a group therapy session for their Health Psychology class. The organizers of the therapy decided to have a salad buffet for their therapy. Those who were non-vegan had to eat the prepared food which were lettuce, mango puree, white onions, tomato and many more. The mango puree was used a salad dip and it came as a surprise for many that it was very delicious.
What lesson can we learn from this? Vegan dips could turn the entire world vegan. Hey, it could happen.
The first thing that we will do is nailing down the perfect creamy sauces without the need for dairy. This is an all-around dip recipe which teaches you which ingredients to use when making creamy sauces. Rest assured that all of the ingredients involve do not use dairy milk to achieve the desired creamy texture.
It is very easy to make and if you are able to do this recipe, then the next time that you crave for any vegan dip or sauce for your meal, you can just whip this up. The six ingredients that will help you achieve this can be found here, courtesy of One Green Planet.
If the previous recipe was about making a creamy sauce, in this portion, I will share to you a bread spread or if you want to call it, a hors d’oeuvre. Well, I have only tried doing this on a toasted French bread but you can also have this over crostini bread or even on sandwiches. Oh, I am prolonging your anticipation about what recipe I am talking about. The recipe that I want to share here is rocket cashew spread. I just love cashews which is why this recipe is definitely one of my favorite spreads.
If you are looking for a good alternative to common spreads, then this one is what you are looking for whether you are a vegan or not. The recipe can be found at the website Vegan Angela which redirects from here.
The next on the list is another spread. More specifically, it is recipe on how to create homemade strawberry jam. There was one time I had the opportunity to travel to a strawberry farm. It was a very rewarding experience and I treasure the memory very much. During my travel, I had the chance to handpick strawberries and I also met someone who taught me how to make strawberry jams.
I love jams and I love strawberries, therefore having strawberry jams is heaven. Without any further ado, here is the recipe for the homemade strawberry jam courtesy of Jamie Oliver website. Click here to redirect to the site.
Delicious, scrumptious curry.
I love it so much.
This my attempt at making a haiku about curry. The first time I have tried the food was when I traveled outside of my hometown for the first time. I liked the smell and asked for the server to give me their version of curry and BOOM, it was love at first taste. From then on, I tried making vegan curry base sauce to incorporate into some of dishes.
This recipe was taken from the website Jamie Oliver. It is very easy to make and can be done a little over an hour.
I have learned from watching my mother cook food; she always says that if there is someone who doesn’t like it then something must have went wrong. As a cook, it is our job to make sure that everyone is satisfied with the food being eaten. When I tried making my own tomato sauce for the first time, it turned out so-so. With constant practice, I was able to perfect it.
So why am I talking about tomato sauce? Because the last on the list is tomato sauce. For beginners at cooking, this recipe from the website of Jamie Oliver is easy to make and can be found here.