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Red Pepper Spread for Fresh Vegetables

This spread is made like a pesto and is delicious with carrots and celery as well as a topping with eggs and fish. INGREDIENTS 1 hot red pepper grilled and pickled (purchase from supermarket or local grocery store) 4 cloves garlic 1⁄3 cup olive oil 1⁄4 cup pine nuts

pinch of black pepper

1) Use a blender to blend the red pepper and garlic cloves into a paste.

2) Slowly add the pine nuts and olive oil to the mixture.

3) Add the black pepper to the mixture until it has reached your desired taste.

4) Serve the spread with cut carrots, peppers, cucumbers, and any other vegetable you want.

5) Enjoy!

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