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Sweet & Spicy Saigon Spread

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Sweet & Spicy Saigon Spread

These Sweet & Spicy Saigon Spread make an addictive snack that’s great for parties or just having around the house.

Easy dip recipe

It’s incredibly simple to create your own ‘designer’ influenced Bean + Tomato Spread, and you have complete control over the flavors, textures, colors, and ingredients! So, beginning with my main ingredient, Simply Asia’s “Sweet & Spicy Saigon” spice… Thank you for giving me a package of goodies…

Quick recipes for dips

Now, the kicker was the addition of the fresh mint for How to Spread Happiness…no idea why I put it in, but boy did it add another layer of special flavoring that worked well with everything else. This spread can be used with crackers, on sandwiches, as a dressing for say a crisp iceberg lettuce wedge (yeah, throw in some bacon crumbles!), as a dollop on grilled chicken, maybe even in your baked potato!

Honey dip recipes

These honey lime pineapple dipping sauces are a deliciously addictive snack that’s perfect for parties or just having around the house.

Dip to enjoy with cheese

This free-spirited creation, food designing, and eating are so representative of my ‘Bohemian Bold’ approach to cooking, thinking, and living that it means it’s hard to go wrong. So live on the edge. Take a chance on your Creamy Avocado Vegetable Spread ideas. And, when you make this recipe, you just might ‘boho’ it yourself! If you do, you have to share it with me…I mean a turnabout’s fair play, right!

Fruit spread with cheese

I decided that I wanted to make a spread with some different flavors, but centered around the Simply Asia spice avocado pimento cheese fruit spread. Keep in mind when I do something like this, I just open the refrigerator and stare~~my mind is swirling with ideas of what to combine~~and, in this case, I began pulling out what I thought would work well together! And, quite simply, it did.

Sweet & Spicy Saigon Spread

Sweet & Spicy Saigon Spread

Sweet & Spicy Saigon Spread

Yield: Makes:  About 1 1/2 cups

These Sweet & Spicy Saigon Spread make an addictive snack that's great for parties or just having around the house.

Ingredients

  • ½ cup roasted red pepper hummus (store bought) (Or substitute regular hummus & jarred roasted red peppers, drained, and pulse a few times in the food processor)
  • ½ cup goat cheese crumbles
  • ½ cup Greek plain yogurt
  • 2 tsp stone ground mustard
  • 2 tsp Simply Asia brand 'Sweet & Spicy Saigon' spice mixture
  • 2 tbl sweet chili sauce (I used Williams & Sonoma—substitutions fine.)
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • ¼ tsp pepper
  • 3 tbl chopped fine fresh mint

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and blend together well.  Let refrigerate about an hour (or more) before serving.

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8 Comments

  1. Hi Emilie Great spead.. Can you please tell me what kind of bread you used in this recipe. Thanks so much!.

      1. Anonymous says:

        Hey Ally.. Thanks so for your reply And getting back to me.. You made my day.. lol.. 😀.. Yes it looks perfect with The Dova flower Tortilla you’re using I believe you’ll need to toast it before adding the spread 🤔Thanks again for sharing the link!.. All your recipes are hearty and awesome!. Have a great day!.. Samia.. XO

        1. Samia! Yes Toast it or put in hot skillet and warm! Don’t be a stranger! You’re awesome!🥰🥰🥰

  2. Hi Emilie Great spread!.. Can you please tell me what kind of bread you used in this recipe.. Thkx!.

  3. Awesome. You rock girlfriend! I love how creative this spread is (and I’m a huge mint fan too!) Just curious~ what kind of spices make up the blend that you used? 🙂

    1. Thanks, Emilie girrleee! Here are the main spices in the Simpy Asia blend~~brown sugar, onion, garlic, pepper, sea salt, lime peel, red bell pepper…thanks for hanging out w/me here in the kitchen, beautiful! xox

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