The garden is always growing, and so is your garden.
But while you’re waiting for the flowers to blossom, think of how you can help them flourish.
Vegetables drawing: The perfect vegetable dip For those who don’t enjoy the taste of garlic or other spices, a vegetable dip can be a tasty alternative.
This simple recipe can be made ahead of time, in advance of your planting, and used to make the dip, as well as other dips and dipsets.
Use a vegetable to add flavour to the dip.
A variety of vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, and cabbage will all be good choices, as will a variety of herbs.
You’ll want to keep in mind the time needed to cook the vegetable in advance, as it’s a very delicate process.
A great way to use this recipe is to make a few batches and freeze them for later use.
This is great if you’ve got a few leftovers.
If you’re looking to buy ingredients, check out our list of easy ingredients to get you started.
How to make vegetable dip: Start with a fresh vegetable (such as potatoes) and add a pinch of salt.
Cover the vegetable with a thin layer of flour, and bake for around 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, make the dipping ingredients.
In a large bowl, combine the vegetable dip ingredients.
Fold in a pinch or two of salt and a generous pinch of cinnamon.
Taste to ensure it’s ready.
Dip the vegetables in the dipping, add a generous spoonful of the vegetable sauce and the remaining flour.
Dip again and again, until all the vegetables have been dipped.
Serve immediately, with a drizzle of olive oil or other tasty dipping sauce. Enjoy!