A slimmed up creamy vegan dill sauce that is absolute perfection. Amazing dill flavor with a touch of tang and packed with hidden protein for that extra healthy punch.
I’m back with another sauce! Are you surprised? I didn’t think so. I literally make new sauces daily, I definitely have a problem. Only a few are saucy enough to make the blog, and this one pretty much tops the charts. I couldn’t, and still can’t, get enough of this creamy vegan dill sauce.
If you despise dill like my husband, then this creamy and tangy vegan dill sauce is not the sauce for you. I won’t take it personally if you stop reading and move on to something more your style, like my Ultimate Cheese Sauce, because who doesn’t like cheesy things? In fact, I’m pretty sure my hubby has moved on. Are you reading honey??
For us normal people, this vegan dill sauce is unreal. I made it multiple times in a row, and keep in mind my better half hates dill, so I ate this all myself. Well, I may have shared some with one of my closest friends (Rach, I’m making more soon so be ready for another batch!).
How to get low fat high protein ultra creaminess
The key is in the special combo of cashews, cashew milk and white beans. Yes ma’am, the beans make it low fat and full of protein. BONUS! And great excuse to go back for more. **sneaks another bite** An extra bonus is that this is a great dipping sauce for the little ones. Baby carrots in here were a hit! And finding extra ways to sneak in healthy ingredients is always a win with the mom crowd.
Vegan taco topper extraordinaire
And what better home for a creamy vegan dill sauce than a taco…Specifically these tacos right here. I am officially addicted. You must join me in this obsession, which means you need to get in that kitchen and blend this baby up! I even froze some and it froze great. So make a huge batch, save some for the tacos, and eat the rest with a spoon.
Tangy Dill Crema
- Place ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until smooth. A regular blender will work but it may not get as creamy and smooth.
- Recipe makes 3 cups. Serving size is 2 tablespoons.
- If you are not using a high speed blender you can either soak the cashews overnight or grind them into a fine powder using a coffee grinder.
- I measured my dill packed in. I was looking for a very dill flavored sauce but you can add less for less of a dill flavor.
- Tips to prep ahead: Soak nuts
Recipe by Veggies Don’t Bite, visit our site for more great plant-based recipes.