Prep, Cooking & Assembly time: 35-40 minutes
Notes: This recipe contains: B-vitamins, protein, fibre, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and is low in salt, sugar and fats!
This recipe is great for those that love hearty dips and have a love affair with spices. If you are not too keen on mustard and/or horseradish, you will need to adapt this dip with some other great flavourings; try some fresh herbs or perhaps an ethnic seasoning, e.g. Mexican, Asian, Thai or Moroccan- make it your own! We think that the kidney beans and lentils create a great ‘blank canvas’ for most any flavour!
This dip (or spread) is delicious and great for accompanying your tasty snacks or ‘zesting up’ your favourite sandwich! We hope that you enjoy it as much as we did! 🙂
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1 Tin red kidney beans (unsalted water)
80g Dried red spilt lentils
90g White onion
1g Mustard powder
1g Sweet paprika
Ground black pepper
12g Horse radish sauce (or 3g paste)
100g Plain soya yoghurt (unsweetened)
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Cook the lentils according to the packet instructions. Drain. Allow to cool slightly.
In the meantime, open, drain and rinse the beans.
Peel and chop the onion into quarters. Place it into a food processor.
Pulse until minced. Using a spatula, scrape all the onion from the sides of the container and push it into the bottom.
Add the beans, lentils, mustard powder and paprika. Season it to taste with some black pepper.
Add the horseradish and yoghurt.
Pulse until almost smooth and combined (make it as chunky as you desire). Taste and season it as preferred.
Transfer the dip into a resealable container.
Serve as a dip or in your sandwich as a tasty spread!
Refrigerate in a resealable container; best consumed within 2-3 days.
- Use a dried (and cooked) variety of kidney beans instead.
- For a thicker (spread) consistency, use more beans!