OK, so I debated with myself for quite some time whether or not I should actually post this recipe! It's something I use quite a lot, but it doesn't really taste of much.
It's something that comes in uber handy, yet is compiled of predominantly two ingredients smushed together.
I didn't really want to insult your intelligence by posting it, but you know, even if it's just on record here it is. There are many different versions of this flying around, but I thought I'd add mine into the mix!
Sometimes, try as I might, I cannot do without condiments! I will be the first person to tell you exactly how much sugar is in Tomato Ketchup, or how much fat is in Mayonnaise, but you sometimes just need something!
Try French Fries without any sauce! It's wrong! It doesn't work!
We had Burrito's the other evening, and where a burrito made with meat would be more moist(?!), when it's made with beans and rice. . . not so much! This sauce worked really well. I'm calling it a mayonnaise, and I've seen dozens of incarnations of this recipe with different quantities of the ingredients, some adding extras, some not, which name it a mayonnaise. However if you have ever really tasted traditional mayonnaise, you can't quite put your finger on what exactly makes it so mayonnaise-y! It's slightly salty, but I really think that it is the texture which makes it so distinct. Sadly it's a texture which is quite difficult to replicate. I can't promise that this is the most flavour-full condiment ever, but I do find it really useful. As I mentioned I used it in Burrito assembly, I used it to make a coleslaw, I even used it to make a simple dip for carrot sticks by adding some chilli flakes, a tad agave, a pinch of chilli powder and some chilli paste. I think Harissa paste added would make a brilliant sauce.
(Unpressed Tofu, cut into cubes, ready to be obliterated!)
Basically what I'm trying to communicate, in my own, very special way, is that I wouldn't eat this on it's own, as it can be a bit bland, but I use it on loads of different things, which is what it is for, in my mind.
I hope everyone has had a great weekend and is ready for all of the fun and games which begin on Monday mornings. (I apologise) Remember, every week is a new one, "No matter how hard the past, you can always begin again" - Buddha
Wishing everyone love and light.