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Broccoli Stalk Canapes With Feta, Seeds And Carrot Hummus Recipe

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Broccoli Stalk Canapes With Feta, Seeds And Carrot Hummus Recipe

Recipe
Eat & Drink
20 Servings
Prep time: 20 mins
Cook time: 20 mins

Whip up these delicious veggie friendly canapes or snacks with leftover veg from the fridge.

Georgina Wilson-Powell

Thu 7 Jan 2021

Turn bits of leftover veg like broccoli and carrots, even the stalks and carrot tops, into a delicious vegan friendly canape or snack option. Leave out the feta if you'd like to make it vegan.

Broccoli stalks are the often discarded, unappreciated part of a great vegetable.

They are surprisingly nutritious and taste incredible too (they actually contain more calcium, iron and vitamin c than the florets.

Also using would be waste for canapes is a great talking point and will give your guests something interesting to chew over.

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3 broccoli stalks
75g feta
Carrot hummus (see recipe below)
Mixed seeds
Wooden platter to serve

For the hummus

5 medium-sized carrots
75ml garlic-infused olive oil
2 tsp tahini
1 tbsp turmeric
1/2 tsp cumin
Juice of 1/2 lemon plus lemon zest
Salt and pepper

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