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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Togurt Dip

Togurt - Tomato Yogurt Dip

Diced tomatoes, cloves, elaichi, salt, .25 sliced chilli
2 cups of yogurt
Optional: Almonds, mint leaves (pudina)

Put in blender and blend away. Then, lay thick dip over multigrain bread and devour. You can also use this dip along with baby carrots.

Happy Breakfast!


Blogger Su said...

Hey Somik, thanks for the recipe. I had absolutely loved this dip at the olema retreat. yummy! -sudeshna

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