This creamy eggplant dip recipe will surprise your guests for Thanksgiving or Christmas. You can also simply use it as an easy appetizer for your next party. It’s inspired by the authentic baba ganoush recipe, a healthy dairy-free dip.
It is a killer combo of garlic, lemon, and roasted eggplant. This version is topped with extra superfood goodness, a combo of crunchy seeds, and goji berries. It’ll bring your next party food night to the next level of healthy.
Don’t look any further, this eggplant dip is the one to try if you eat low-carb or dairy-free. It is super creamy and you won’t actually believe there’s no dairy in this recipe. The roasted eggplant combined with tahini paste and garlic had a delicious Mediterranean flavor to this dip. I chose to serve this dip with homemade seed crackers, carrot and celery sticks.
You are probably wondering if this dip tastes like eggplant. Many people hate eggplants and ask me this question when I serve it to my friends. So, the answer is: no, it doesn’t have the chewy texture that cooked eggplant usually has. It’s because you peel off the skin. Look at these beautifully roasted eggplants!
The taste is also very different because the eggplant flesh is roasted. It adds a grilled flavor that really improves the taste of the vegetable.
Plus it’s mixed with so many spices and ingredients that the resulting taste is simply like a deliciously fresh and creamy garlic & basil dip. It’s very difficult to spot eggplant in this roasted eggplant dip.
If you love dairy-free dips but you are not too sure about eggplant, I recommend you try my lightened up spinach dip. I don’t know about you but I can’t serve appetizers without tons of dips. Seriously, I am obsessed with dips of any kind.
What about you? Tell me what’s your favorite party appetizers?
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