This crema recipe makes a tangy, spicy and light creamy dressing great for tacos and salads. Make plant-based or dairy as you like with plain yoghurt, creme fraiche, sour cream, cashew sour cream, coconut cream, or heavy cream.
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Chilli Lime Crema
SQUEEZE fresh lime. MIX, whisk, stir – all ingredients together in a bowl.
TASTE and adjust – spiciness with more chilli sauce until you reach your spice level.
STORE in a glass jar in the fridge.
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Use as a dip for crudites.
DAIRY or PLANT-BASED – use plain yoghurt, creme fraiche, sour cream, my cashew sour cream, coconut cream, or heavy cream.
SWAP LIME JUICE for rice vinegar or apple cider vinegar.
*CHILLI SAUCE, use whatever chilli sauce you have and love. You could use Gochujang for other chile pastes – the flavour will vary greatly. Add small amounts simultaneously, stirring and tasting each time until you reach the spice level you like.