Have you gotten into a trap of buying tubs of premade hummus at the supermarket, and now crave the culinary freedom to make delicious hummus variations of your own?
We’ve got delicious news — and easy recipes for you! The red is bell pepper, orange is carrot, and the green is made with arugula and mint.
Hummus is, at heart, a savory blend of garbanzo beans, lemon juice, tahini, cumin, garlic and olive oil. You simply add the ingredients to a food processor or blender, and within seconds you have your dip.
There is no reason to buy pricey premade dips when you can so easily make it at home!
Even more delectably enticing, we’ve updated the basic hummus recipe with roasted vegetables and fresh herbs to give you not just one variation, but three gorgeously-colored dips that boast scrumptious flavors.
This trio of hummus dips is simple enough for everyday eating, yet fancy enough to proudly serve at your next holiday party or summer get-together.
Why are these recipes so impressive? The roasted red pepper hummus tantalizes your taste buds with Sriracha heat. The roasted carrot hummus gets your attention with a ginger and cayenne kick. The arugula mint hummus delivers a bright flavor from the herbs and a nutty yum from the toasted walnuts.
Set the trio on your table with chips and vegetables, and your guests will come running.
What about variations for everyday meals? Sure, you can scarf down your trio of hummus with every type of flour, corn or other vegetable chip ever made. We suggest expanding your noshing horizons and delight in hummus slathered in wraps and on toast for lunch or a light dinner.
Another amazing way to enjoy this yummy hummus trio is to enjoy it as a midday, work or on-the-go snack with pita chips and your favorite crudites.