The deep red colour of beetroot in a dip stands out from the average dip selection. The recipes are easy to follow and each contains a unique twist.
Classic hummus made with chickpeas, onion, tahini, garlic, lemon, cumin and olive oil - then flavoured and coloured with beetroot.
Serve this fabulous-looking dip with turkish bread or pita chips at your next BBQ or party. It also makes a great sandwich filler.
This roasted beetroot dip is one of the most incredible dips I have ever tasted. This might just be the best kept secret in the beetroot-loving world. I have shared this scrumptious dip with some staunch skeptics who took their first bite with a dreaded wince that quickly turned into a look of orgasmic surprise coupled with a mouse-like falsetto cry of "I didn't know beetroot could taste this good"! Sufficed to say - they are now converts.
A delicious creamy beetroot dip combined with sour cream and chives. It is great for parties and kids will love it.
This dip is the perfect blend of sweet beetroot and salty feta to indulge all taste buds. Serve it as a dip or dollop on beef or lamb burgers.
Roasting beetroot intensifies the flavour, but can take a long time. Here they're peeled, cut into small wedges, drizzled with oil and seasoned with orange, garlic, ginger and ground coriander before being wrapped in foil. They pick up flavour from the seasonings and bake in only 30 minutes.
This hummus recipe is a little different - it adds beetroot for an amazing flavour and colour. I like to serve this with my sweet potato chips for dipping.
This easy peasy balsamic beetroot dip is just half a jar of beetroot relish mixed with cream cheese. So quick, so easy and so delicious. Tastes gourmet.