It's amazing what I've learned to do in five minutes. I can load the dishwasher (or, since it's been broken for a week, I can hand wash a sink full of dishes), sort and start a load of laundry, or catch up on email. Today, I realized, I could also make a super yummy dip that is actually pretty healthy too.
I found a recipe for dill dip years ago, and the first time I made it I accidentally screwed up the proportions and it turned out wonderful! It's a great way to use fresh dill which you can find all over the place right now. The walnuts really add something I think. The best thing about this recipe? You can make it in five minutes. Maybe less if you move fast. I made it this morning while my daughter played with her toys. If you've had a one year old, you know that five minutes is sometimes all you have.
Five-Minute Summer Dill Dip (adapted from Real Simple)
It really makes a difference what kind of yogurt you use for this recipe. We go through vats of greek yogurt in this house, so it's always around. If you don't keep it in stock, then you can probably pick up a single container just for this recipe (I like Chobani's 0% greek yogurt, a 6 or 8 oz container should be fine). According to this recipe calculator 1/8 of this recipe (which would make up a hefty snack) has only 3.3 grams of fat and more protein than carbs. Pretty good I'd say.
1 cup fat-free greek yogurt
1/3 cup fresh dill, chopped
1/3 cup walnuts, chopped
1 large clove garlic, minced
1/2 tsp kosher salt
Chop. Mince. Mix. Eat.