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This is packed full of yummy spicy kicking hot flavor...I was amazed...now I have something to use my stems from my broccoli..Thanks every so much...this is awesome! Oh! I almost forgot this is like no fat at all...Thanks for posting...:)
This is a really yummy spread/dip that goes great with Mexican food. As mentioned by other chefs, this is not a perfect guac clone, but it doesnt have to be. Its really yumm in its own right! :)
I loved the onion, tomato and chilli in this. Since I had no other use for my broccoli tops, I decided to throw them in as well, thats why mine turned out very bright, I guess.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing a great healthy recipe with us, Syd!
Made and reviewed for one of my PAC babies Autumn 2011.
I used this as a topping for a tortilla bake. It wasn't a perfect dupe of guacamole for me, but it was a very nice topping. I didn't have green chilis but the dish was already spicy so it wasn't really missed. For a dip I'd probably make sure I had some to put in though. This is a nice way to use up broccoli stems if you've used florets in another recipe!
Boy this is great stuff! I don't care for onions so left them out. I cut the broccoli stems into 1" chunks and it took about 45 minutes to cook them soft enough to puree. This dip was terrific just as the recipe specifies; I added a generous dash of cayenne and that really made it perfect for us. Served with baked corn chips for a great healthy snack - thanks for sharing the recipe!