Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Baby Kale, Pea and Gruyere Dip!

The Betty Stamp Lifestyle Blog Pea Kale Gruyere Dip Recipe

Long gone are the days of cosy winter warming soups, belly busting lasagnes and sizzling stews. Summer is fast approaching and my tummy is preparing itself for all the delicious smokey BBQ'd meats and salady summer cuisines in store!

Time to dive nose deep into recipe books and get experimenting with some refreshing seasonal ingredients for said BBQ's!

I've been ogling the Florette website as they do some great summer salad recipes ! I got extremely excited that they now do bags of baby kale! (I know - I'm a sad-o)

I really liked the sounds of their baby kale, pea and gruyere dip! So I've put my own little twists here and there to the recipe to suit my taste buds and made a big ol' batch to dunk my pitta into!

It's bloody delicious (if I may say so myself) and only takes 10 minutes to make!


The Betty Stamp Lifestyle Blog Pea Kale Gruyere Dip Recipe


What You'll Need //

Half bag of baby kale
250g frozen peas
50g Gruyere cheese
Juice of half a lemon
1 clove garlic
Tsp salt
2 tbsp of natural yogurt


Method

Into a food processor throw all your ingredients….and blitz!

Done. That's it…

Toasting your pitta probably takes longer than the entire making of the dip!


The Betty Stamp Lifestyle Blog Pea Kale Gruyere Dip Recipe


Chop up some carrots, cucumber, peppers - whatever tickles your pickle and get stuck in. Summery goodness in a bowl!

What are your favourite BBQ side dishes? I'd love your input so I can create some summery posts tailored to you lovely people.

Betty x



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6 comments

  1. Wow! Seriously vibrant! Yummy! We just need the weather to improve now :)
    Angela x

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    1. SO GREEN! Tell me about it! Bring on the sunny BBQ weather! x

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  2. Yummmmm.. I love this kind of stuff... When I lived down there I had a friend that used to whip up a mango, tomato and red onion salad with a sugary sauce. Was delish... to have as a side to fish or whatever really.. you could add that into your pitta and smoke it :) x

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    1. That sounds insanely good! I <3 Mango. Definitely going to give that a whirl in a toasted pitta :) x

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  3. I am so making that! It looks awesome and pretty healthy too, thanks for sharing a great recipe. Here's to all the bbq's to look forward too =D

    lucylovestoeat.com

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    1. mmm yup, very healthy! (bar the gruyere, but there's not too much of that in there) So dip away! x

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