If you want to really impress your family and party guests, Tuscan white bean dip is the way to do it. You can use it as an appetizer before you serve your main meal or bring it to a potluck for a classier version of chips and dip.
The recipe is so simple it’ll only take a few minutes to make. You’ll need a food processor to get a nice and even consistency, and it might take more water or bread crumbs to get the exact consistency you’re looking for.
One of the reasons Tuscan white bean dip is such a success is that it can be paired with almost any kind of cracker, chip, or bread. My favorite way to serve this dip is with homemade crostini. I make my crostini using stale bread, and it’s always a hit. You can find my recipe for homemade crostini here.