From our family to yours
At MonJay Mezza, we pride ourselves on creating both unique and traditional recipes to bring you our selective range of gourmet dips. Authentic flavours achieved through the freshest ingredients and family knowledge handed down through the years are sure to make your table the envy of all others. And, of course, our dips aren’t just for dipping; why not try them as accompaniments to your favourite BBQ’d meat and vegetables, or even as a marinade to give your dishes a flavour kick. With MonJay Mezza gourmet dips, you’re limited only by your imagination.
Our Latest Recipes featuring Gourmet Dips
If you're in need of inspiration, browse our recipes below and you'll be cooking up a feast in no time!
Chicken and Avocado Enchiladas
Chicken and avocado enchiladas may sound like an awkward fusion of Tex Mex and Ladies Who Lunch, but some unions just seem to hit it off. It’s the sparring between the creamy, cooling avocado and the pickled jalapenos that bring this dish to life. Probably the bubbling cheese as well. And the lime. And the spices. The coriander… Okay, so each ingredient is playing an indispensable role, as in all good recipes.
Beef Stroganoff with Labneh Dip
YIELDS: Serves 4 COOK TIME: 30 mins When it comes to winter warmers, beef stroganoff is the kingpin. It’s deceptively simple, rich and smoky, and quick. Yep, that’s right. Quick. Contrary to what a lot of beef stroganoff recipes instruct these days, it’s traditionally not a slow cook meal. So, forget the three-hour casserole bake, or the mad rush to Continue Reading
Chicken Nuggets with Peri Peri Dip
YIELDS: Serves 2 big kids and 2 little kids COOK TIME: 30 mins Chicken nuggets. They must be the quintessential kids’ meal. Of course, they fall under that category so that we can hide our own secret love affair with them. As adults, we’re not supposed to like chicken nuggets; we’re supposed to like on-trend dishes such as cacio e Continue Reading
Roasted Cauliflower Wraps with Hummus
YIELDS: 4 Servings COOK TIME: 45 mins It may appear at first glance that there’s nothing more beige than cauliflower. In fact, it got so bad for the poor, maligned Brassica that it was at one stage considered to be the less exciting, less flavourful cousin to broccoli. To broccoli – can you imagine? But cauliflower has enjoyed a much-deserved Continue Reading