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Nice ‘N’ Crunchy Herb Spread

Thursday, December 18th, 2008

Nice ‘N’ Crunchy Herb Spread

1 firm silken tofu

¼ c each chopped fresh parsley, chopped sweet red pepper, and chopped green onions

2 T whipped light dressing

1 T coarse-grain Dijon mustard (home-made recipe in the ‘Recipe’ Category of, along with other wonderful ideas and recipes)

½ tsp black pepper

pinch salt

Carrots, parsnips, rutabaga, cut into sticks

button mushrooms

  1. Using a sieve, drain tofu. Put it in a food processor.
  2. Add the parsley, red pepper, onions, dressing, mustard, seasonings to the blender or food processor.
  3. Process with on/off motion to chop the ingredients coarsely and to mix them together.
  4. Serve your Nice ‘N’ Crunchy Herb Spread immediately as a dip with seasonal vegetables, or as a spread for use on an assortment of festive crackers. (If not using immediately, you can cover the dip with saran wrap, and refrigerate it for up to one day.)