The result is pretty tasty, something like what might happen if sour cream and guacamole had a baby. If you're coming tonight, you can be a guinea pig!
Now it needs a name!
New Nameless Dip
Yield: Approximately three cups.
|1||Tbsp||whole cumin seeds|
|1 1/2||Tbsp||lime juice (should be about one lime)|
|1||tsp||red pepper flakes (fresh minced jalapeño woulda been better)|
|2||qts||plain yogurt (whole milk yogurt preferred)|
|salt (to taste)|
Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix well. Place mixture in drawstring muslin bag, or a tea towel gathered into a bag with twine, or in four layers of cheesecloth. In any case, dangle over a sink or bowl or set over a colander, set over a bowl, and place in refrigerator. In either case, allow yogurt to drain for 12 hours, scraping down the bag and stirring the contents again partway through.
Discard liquid and scrape dip into bowl. Add salt to taste.
*-Vollkorn recipe forthcoming when I stabilize my set of hacks. However, this recipe was my starting point, and first publication may well be in the Troth cookbook to encourage sales whereof. ;)