Spinach & Pine Nut Dip

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Spinach and pine nut dip requires four cups of spinach and a few other tasty ingredients. Make spinach and pine nut dip with help from a body and life stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Rosie Battista from icooknaked.com. And what we're making today is a naked pine nut spinach dip. And this is really almost like a whole meal in itself. And you'll see what I mean by naked food meaning food in its most natural form. And we're using 4 cups of spinach, some pine nuts that I soaked, a red onion, some lemon juice and some garlic. All whole pure naked food. So into our food processor we're going to put chopped up onion, the soaked and drained pine nuts, 2 cloves of garlic that I did already roast, and just because I had it lying around in my refrigerator I'm using it. You could also use raw garlic of you have that and then you'd use one clove because it would be much more potent. Using the juice from one lemon I'm going to add in a little bit of spices. I'm adding some cumin, some turmeric, which are both really nice warming good for you spices. And we're going to put the top on and mix this up a little before we add our spinach. Now we're going to add our fresh raw spinach right to that. Now we're going to pulse. And we can see the spinach going down to the bottom and mixing up but I'm just going to help it along. That's looking great.And I'll give it one more little help. It smells delicious. I'm thinking that that looks almost perfect. And even just peeking in and seeing that I'm thinking that that looks almost perfect. And that looks absolutely perfect to me. And I love this beautiful little bowl that looks like a flower. We'll put our green dip right in here. So one of the things you can do with this is you can take a sprouted grain tortilla and I like to just, you can even use your fingers here, or the back of a little spoon. I'm covering it with coconut oil and then I'm going to cut it into 8 equal triangles. I'm going to lay these on a roasting pan and I can bake them at 350 for about 10 minutes and I'll have chips that I can stick in my dip. So that's how you make homemade tortilla chips that are absolutely guilt free. It's like eating just one tortilla. And then you can dip it into your dip. You can also use this dip to just place it on top of a salad just to get it all moist and great or anything else you would use as a dip with vegetables, whatever, and you have spinach, it's loaded with nutrients and you can actually really honestly just eat it with a spoon. I'm Rosie Battista, icooknaked.com. Ciao for now while I go chow on this.


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