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1. Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix well to combine. Cover and chill for about 30 minutes before serving.
2. Serve with a selection of fresh vegetables cut into bite sized pieces, rice crackers or pita bread.
Preparation time: 5 minutes plus 30 minutes chilling time
Cooking time: 0 minutes
December 8, 2011
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