This easy vegan red pepper dip recipe is perfect for all the family whether they are vegan or not and goes well with my other dip recipes and crudites or crisps if you prefer!

Red Peppers

Being UK-based, when I talk about peppers, it is more often than not bell peppers or capsicums that I mean rather than chilli pepper.

People often wonder why we tend to use red peppers in recipes more than the other varieties… truth be told, red peppers and green peppers are the same, but the red ones have just been left to mature. I have also used red peppers in my roasted red pepper and butternut squash soup which is one of my favourites.

Green peppers have a strong, fairly bitter taste, whereas red peppers are milder and their flavour much more well-suited to my taste buds. Do you prefer red peppers too?

Red peppers (actually a fruit!) are packed with vitamin A and C – so, as well as getting something tasty, it’s also great for your body.

Vitamin A works to help your body with vision, the immune system, and it also supports your organs to function well. Although Vitamin A deficiency is rare in the developed world, it is more common in those with cystic fibrosis.

Like its cousin Vitamin A, Vitamin C also helps your body’s immune system. Additionally, it can assist in protecting your body’s cells against free radicals, converting fat to energy, producing collagen and keeping the brain and nervous system functioning well.

What to enjoy this vegan red pepper dip with

This dip is really quite perfect with anything. you could use it as a topping for a burger, it would go well with this butternut squash burger recipe or perhaps have it with crudites and crisps? Have you seen my dips directory full of lots of tasty dips you can make for BBQs, parties or just for snacking on whilst watching a movie?

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About the author of this vegan red pepper dip recipe

Louise Palmer-Masterton has multiple restaurants and has won a number of awards for serving amazing vegan foods. All her recipes use easily accessible vegan ingredients because she knows that no one wants to find an amazing recipe and then have no way of finding the ingredients they need!

The Stem & Glory restaurants by Louise in Cambridge and London offer a click and collect food as well as delivery if you don’t fancy eating out. Another alternative is their range of ready meals and recipe kits available for delivery across the UK.

Other recipes you might enjoy

If you like dips then be sure to check out my dip directory full of all my tasty dip recipes perfect for any BBQ or party! The selection includes a tomato herb and lime salsa, spicy lentil dip, coleslaw, and red pepper houmous.

You might also like to check my BBQ guide and see if there are any new BBQ foods you might not have considered before like falafel burgers, pork burgers, cajun chicken and sticky chicken. I also have a guide to healthy meat choices if that helps too.

A few other recipes I think you will love are:

Tomato and mozzarella salad

Bruschetta pasta salad

5 homemade salad dressings

Homemade hash browns

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Red pepper dip

Easy vegan red pepper dip recipe

  • Author: JustAverageJen
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25 Minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 24 Portions 1x
  • Category: Side dish
  • Method: Easy
  • Cuisine: Party
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

An easy to make vegan red pepper dip recipe that all the family will enjoy. whilst it is vegan there is no reason meat-eaters can not enjoy it too!


Ingredients

Scale

1 red pepper cut into strips

1 red onion sliced

1 large whole clove garlic

1/2 tsp smoked paprika (optional)

1 tsp balsamic vinegar

1 tbsp olive oil

1/2 tsp salt & pepper


Instructions

Mix all the ingredients together so everything is lightly coated with olive oil. Add more oil if needed.

 

Place into a shallow baking tin and roast at 180°C for 25 mins.

 

Allow to cool slightly, then blend until smooth. Taste for seasoning and add more salt and pepper to your taste. The dip should be sweet, smoky and very tasty!



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