Cashew butter

I’m having some technical difficulties with our camera so I apologies for the lack of pictures. I hope James will get it fixed by the weekend and I will add picture to the recipes. I know how much the pictures makes a difference. While in Sweden we had lunch a wonderful cafe in Saltsjobaden which also is a yoga studio. Along side our meals they served bread with cashew butter and we fell in love it. I promised myself when we got home I would try to make my own version of it and so I did and it came out wonderful and little bit more spicy than what we were served at the cafe. Enjoy it on crackers or nice whole grain bread.

Spicy Cashew butter
1 cup roasted, no salt cashews
1/2 tsp Sambal oelek
1/4 cup water
juice from one lemon
1/4 cup chopped cilantro

Place everything a food processor and blend until smooth puree. 

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