Saturday, February 6, 2016

Supergreens Artichoke Dip

Hemp food recipe | Hemp Superfood Appetizer

My version kicks ass and isn't full of nasty salmonella egg based Mayonaise or hormoned out dairy products. This is very popular at my catering events. Serve with Crostini, Gluten free crackers, and/or thickly sliced vegetable 'chips' (see photo). Fresh cannabis fan leaves are a supergreen and can be used in recipe. Keep reading for important details.

Makes 1 Qt.
Plan ahead and get the following soaking for a minimum 2 hours, ASAP!
3/4 cup raw cashews in 1 cup water
1/2c hemp hearts, in 1/2c water

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Blend together on high till very creamy, about 2-3 minutes:
rinsed and soaked cashews, discard soaking water
hemp hearts and their soaking water
3T nutritional yeast
2t  white miso
3/4c Just Mayo, the best vegan mayonaise out there
1/3c water
fresh grated nutmeg
fresh cracked pepper
1T Himalayan salt
opt. 2T + cultured cashew cheese

Saute in medium saucepan:
½ leek or 1 cebollina
2 cloves garlic, minced
2T oil

1 medium sized head Kale of choice, destemmed & finely chopped
1 pkg frozen spinach, thawed with excess water squeezed out
3c chopped supergreens  OR fresh cannabis fan leaves* 

Cover with lid and cook until kale/hemp/supergreens are soft. Then Add:
15oz drained artichoke hearts, chopped

Add the hemp cream mixture to greens and stir together. Place in 7 inch round iron skillet or an 8x8 baking dish. Pyrex or Pampered Chef makes a great choice. Bake until browned- about 30+ minutes. Alternative: simmer together in saucepan until thickened.

*The following can used in the supergreens blend: beet greens, turnip greens, mustard greens, spinach, kale, chard, asian greens, and even Cannabis fan leaves. The fan leaves of the cannabis plant contain no THC but good levels of CBD's. Google CBD's now and check out how amazing this cannabanoid is. It fights cancer and so much more. The tender inner fan leaves of cannabis, hemp or marijuana, cultivated for medicine or seed is recommended. Check on the organic status of any plant you plan on eating. Not all people grow cannabis the same and pesticides/funky additives are common in the cannabis growing world. Organic outdoor or greenhouse grown is the best. I wouldn't trust hydroponically grown for eating. I live in Denver so I have a major strategic advantage for getting ahold of this RAD supergreen. I also have a romantic weakness for growers LOL. Yeah - growers are hot!

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