The Tangy Cracker Dip

Being an independent college girl seemed fun, but honestly, I have more problems rather than my academics and bills. And that is FOOD.

I know right? this is way too easy for some of you. But hey, I have no idea how to cook remember? And that’s why I’ve always opted for fast food chains rather than cooking my meals.

If you were reading my previous post, you know that I’m now beginning to familiarize myself in the kitchen. And as I was experimenting with ingredients and cooking styles, I promised to share with you all those easy-slash-lazy recipes.

This may seem absurd to some of you. But to those people like me who have no idea how to cook, this may be helpful. I remember those days when I’m looking for a super easy and low-budget recipes and I didn’t find any. That’s why I vow to make one. Haha!

So today, I’m going to share with you this tangy cracker dip perfect for chilling out at home after a nap. This recipe is healthy, cheap, and tasty so it was hitting three birds in one stone. πŸ™‚

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The ingredients and procedures


2 tbsp mayonnaise

1 whole tomato, chopped

1 whole egg, hard boiled and chopped

1/4 of a sweet onion, chopped

1 calamansi or just a lemon wedge

salt and pepper to taste

crackers, of course. πŸ™‚


1.) Since you’ve cut all the ingredients, mix it all together with the mayonnaise. set the calamansi or the lemon aside.

2.) After you mixed all the ingredients well, squeeze the lemon and mix it again

3.) add salt and pepper to taste.

4.) Β top it to your crackers and enjoy. πŸ™‚

Enjoy! :)

Enjoy! πŸ™‚

Told you that was easy. πŸ˜‰

You can experiment with it too. add mangoes and cucumber for that California taste. Or you may add chili if you want it extra spicy. The possibilities are endless!

Its perfect for my afternoon tea, I tell you.

happy eating.


Kimberly β™₯

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