Make lower calorie creamy sauces to go with pasta by replacing double cream with a creamy dip. A tablespoon of double cream contains 67 calories and 7.2g fat. In contrast, a tablespoon of sour cream and chive dip contains 45 calories and 4.3g fat, and a tablespoon of onion and garlic dip has 55 calories and 5.6g fat. The reduced-fat varieties contain even less.
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Everyone loves fresh dips... They’re a great way to start an evening and also popular as a quick and easy Sunday teatime family snack. But there’s so much more you can do with dips than just dipping You can spread them into sandwiches as a tastier alternative to butter or mayonnaise, dollop them onto jacket potatoes, stir into mashed potato or serve on the side with grilled fish or chicken - a great way to use up any left overs.
For a speedy pizza, simply replace a homemade tomato sauce on the base of your pizza for fresh salsa
Use dips when you’re entertaining to create simple, yet impressive starters
Use dips as an alternative to mayonnaise, soured cream or oily dressings to liven up a salad!
Lemon perfectly complements salmon so you might just have found your perfect tart recipe!
A fantastic flavour pairing by top London chef Theodore Kyriakou who says: 'I like eating the salmon pink in the middle with some rice pilaf.'
You need just three main ingredients for this easy family dish - salmon, pastry and onions
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Lemon perfectly complements salmon so you might just have found your perfect tart recipe! Go to recipe