Tuesday, August 30, 2011

My New Roots Nut Milk Recipe Part Two- RAW Nut Pulp Hummus

Part Two of the My New Roots Nut Milk Recipe is what to do with the leftover RAW Nut Pulp. Make RAW Nut Pulp Hummus!
"Waste not, want not - this recipe is now at the top of my yummy list, even if it is made from leftovers. So creamy, bright and fresh, this confident dip will stand up next to any chickpea version. It’s not a pity hummus; it’s the real deal."
"Raw Nut Pulp Hummus is not only tasty, it is sooo healthy too.You can use whatever nut pulp you have leftover – almond, brazil, cashew, macadamia, hazelnut, sunflower, sesame, pumpkin seed – because it will all work with the following recipe. Obviously, different nuts and seeds have different tastes, so you may need to adjust the seasonings to suit you, but I would always suggest that anyway. The amount of nut pulp the recipe calls for should be nearly exact to what you have leftover from making my version of nut milk in the video, which yields about 4 cups (1 liter) of nut milk. "

See the recipe here. Enjoy!

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