New pic, who dis?
Let me just say, and I hope you've noticed, that I've seriously stepped up my photo game. I've taken advantage of some training and learned a lot about angles, lighting, and styling shots to be more inviting and not just a a closeup of the food itself. That's one of the biggest things I've learned. If you take a look at my photos from last year and the year before, the photos weren't inviting, they didn't help you envision making and eating the food, they were pretty flat and boring. But no more. Just dive right in a take a a bite, right? Take a look at the original post and photo here: Sesame Spinach Dip 2016
I'll admit, I don't think I've reached my happy place with my photography. I still have a lot of growth that I want to do, and to help with that I'm getting a new lens in next week that I'm super excited to start playing around with. Thanks for coming on this journey with me!
This is a great easy dip to whip up. First, there's no cheese! That's right, no cheese. No cream cheese, no Mozzarella cheese...nothing. Ok so it does have sour cream, but if you're trying to cut back on cheese or looking for a lighter dip option this is going to be right up your alley. Toasted sesame seeds, chopped scallions, spinach and chopped water chestnuts all come together to make a light and crunch dip perfect for Summer. If you've never bought water chestnuts before you'll find them near where you'd by soy sauce and teriyaki sauce, they come in a can a bit larger than a tuna fish can.
-1 cup sour cream
-1 cup chopped scallions
-1 teaspoon garlic salt
-1/4 teaspoon pepper
-1 tablespoon sesame seeds, toasted
-1 package (10oz) frozen chopped spinach, thawed, well drained
-1 can (8oz) sliced water chestnuts, drained and chopped
1. To toast sesame seeds, pour them onto a foil lined baking sheet and toast at 350 for 10 minutes.
2. Mix together the sour cream, scallions, garlic salt, pepper, drained spinach,
and chopped water chestnuts. Stir in half the toasted sesame seeds. Pour into a large bowl and then garnish the
top of the dip with the remaining toasted seeds.
Source: Keebler Toasteds Crackers