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Buffalo Dip

Updated: Sep 2, 2020

This is one of our favorite dips or sauce that I've ever created!!

I love that it can be as spicy as you want by the hot sauce you select. We adore serving this over cauliflower, shredded soy curls, tofu, other veggies, plain, or just as a sauce on a plant-based burger!

You can serve this up at a party and no one would be able to tell its plant-based!

Also, this recipe is easy which who doesn't love.

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Buffalo Dip (Easy, Whole Food Plant Base
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Buffalo Dip (Easy, Whole Food Plant Base
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Buffalo Dip

By: The Jaroudi Family


o 2 cups nondairy milk (Unsweetened/Unflavored)

o 1/2 cup white beans

o ½ cup raw cashews (Or sub for adding in another ½ cup of white beans!)

o 6 tbsp nutritional yeast

o 2 tbsp white miso

o 2 tbsp garlic powder

o 2 tbsp onion powder

o 2 tsp apple cider vinegar

o 2 tsp lemon juice

o 6 tbsp tapioca starch (or corn starch)

o ¼ cup hot sauce (We like using Dr. Greger’s Recipe – see notes)


o Add all ingredients into a high-speed blender and blend until smooth

o Add blended buffalo mixture into a medium-size saucepan and cook on medium-high for 3 -5 minutes stirring constantly until the mixture becomes stretchy. Remove from heat.


o Add buffalo dip mixture to an oven-safe dish and mix in raw cauliflower or shredded soy curls.

o Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes covered.

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09 août 2020

I have made this versatile cheese sauce recipe many times. I make it as a sort of layered nacho sauce, a sort of "chicken" casserole dish using veggies and soy curls and a scalloped potato dish. Thank you for your work and willingness to share! Also a big fan of your chocolate pudding pie recipe, yum. Thank you also for using your platform to spread the word on the benefits of whole food, plant based eating.


08 juil. 2020

I was so excited to see this recipe. Since I had all the ingredients, I made it tonight. I used white beans and no cashews, Frank's hot sauce, and corn starch. OMG, it was so good. I poured it over a small cut up cauliflower, a diced sweet onion, and 8 ounces of cooked chickpea pasta, coved and baked for nearly an hour. It was sooo good. My family LOVED it. Thanks so much for sharing!

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