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i used a clove of garlic instead of the hing (because i couldn't find hing) and it was awful... i'd rather just eat spinach by itself... or avocado by itself

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Oh-I also added water, about 1/2 a cup though. My blender is terrible :(

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This was a delicious dip. I added a tsp of white onion and 2 cloves of garlic.

I added salt,but accidentally added too much-over a tsp! It still tasted great though.

Thanks for the recipe!

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I'm going to make this for lunch tomorrow with some red peppers and zucchini for dipping. I will definitely try garlic instead of hing as I don't have any.

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Thanks for the tip - I always seem to have garlic around.

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Hing is also known as Asofoetida, and can usually be found in the bulk sections of health food stores, at least in Seattle.

Most people I know who are not familiar with the scent find it quite awful. It's used to replace onion or garlic in many recipes, so you might try that instead!

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This recipe was super easy and had a surprisingly warm, creamy taste. I was surprised how well the nutmeg blended into the dish. I didn't have the hing (in fact I hadn't heard of it before), so I'll definitely try it again with the full ingredient list. Also, my blender isn't all that powerful, so I added about a quarter cup of water when blending.

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