Cannelloni beans are perfect for making into a dip for a nutritious accompaniment for vegetable crudités from Gillian McKeith's healthy eating series You Are What You Eat
1. Combine the beans, garlic, olive oil, lemon juice and hazelnut butter in a food processor.
2. Serve with vegetable crudités (sliced raw vegetables) of your choice, e.g. carrots, peppers, celery.
You can make a bean dip by combining any cooked or tinned beans with some sunflower seed or almond nut butter, lemon juice, water and chopped chives or garlic. Experiment and make according to your own taste.
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