Cheese is one of the most basic ingredients that is crucial to a good breakfast spread. Whether you top a dollop of cheese on bread, or pour in some cheese into your omelette - there are a number of ways that cheese is used as a part of the breakfast meal. Cheese spread is also a quick and easy way to give a nice cheesy flavour to your sandwiches. Further, you can use cheese spread to top up your salted crackers or use it as a dip with your favourite bag of chips or nachos too. But what do you do when you run out of cheese spread at home?
While industry-made cheese spreads are often brought into use by us at home, there is still something different if the same is home-made. The use of artificial flavours and preservatives often makes the product taste different from the original taste. Further, it may contain hidden traces of fat that could have an impact on your overall health. So, if you're out of cheese spread and you want to try a different, homemade spread for your sandwiches for breakfast - try our delicious recipe for a healthy sandwich spread.
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Firstly, the sandwich spread is made using hung curd as a base which makes it much less fattening than the commercial cheese dips and spreads. What's more - the flavouring of the cheese dip is unique and interesting and a class apart from your regular dips. The recipe also has plenty of room for experimentation! So, if you like your sandwiches a bit more sweet and tangy, you can add some sugar and lemon juice to the recipe as well. Or if you like to keep it salty and a tinge of spicy, feel free to whip in some extra salt and chopped jalapeno or green chilli.
Try this super delicious and healthy sandwich spread to impress your family with your cooking prowess.
Here Is The Full Recipe Of Healthy Sandwich Spread Using Hung Curd:
- 1/2 cup Hung Curd
- 2 tbsp Milk
- 4 cloves Garlic (finely chopped)
- 1 tbsp Sugar
- 1 tbsp Salt
- 1 tsp Oregano
- 1 tsp Chilli Flakes
- Grated cheese, optional
- Take hung curd in a clean bowl. Add milk and whip lightly to get the ideal consistency that you like.
- Add garlic, salt and sugar. Mix well so that the ingredients blend together.
- Season with oregano and chilli flakes. Sprinkle some grated cheese if you like. Refrigerate overnight and use as a dip or spread with your choice of bread!
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