Dip is a kind of thick sauce that is not seasoned or watered with food, but on the contrary, products are dipped in dip sauce. The name "dip" comes from the English dip-to dip, to dip. (Wikipedia) Today I made a sauce for breakfast and will use it in a different way, which means that I will spread it on rye bread toast, pre-smeared with cottage cheese cream cheese. You could call it something else: sauce, vegetable paste; spread... This is your wish. It's delicious and healthy!
|Cook Time||10 minutes|
- Bread or loaves, crackers
- Cream cheese I have cream, you can replace it with cottage cheese or melted cheese
- Dill to taste
- Put it in the shredder. She cut off half a lemon and squeezed out the juice with her hands. Add the juice to taste. For me, this amount is optimal, because I will only salt with a pinch of sea salt. Add salt to taste. Whisk into a homogeneous mass. You can even break it up so that you can feel the pieces.
- Transfer the sauce to a ceramic or glass dish. This is so that you don't eat it all at once. It's all. Now dip it in chips, slices of bread... Today I use it in a different way. I'll dry the bread in the toaster. You can take crackers, loaves... even pancakes. I will spread the top with cottage cheese and cream cheese, and on top I will generously lay out the filling of healthy products. Add the dill sprigs. You can take any greens you like!