‘Hummus’ Be Joking! 10 Recipes You Must Try for International Hummus Day
Extremely cheap and easy to make, hummus, a Middle Eastern spread made from chickpeas, is one of the most popular vegan foods on the planet.
The most standard hummus recipes simply require you to blend chickpeas with tahini, garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, and salt in a food processor until the mixture is smooth. Hummus pairs perfectly with raw veggies or can be used as a spread with falafel or on sandwiches or wraps.
Not only is hummus healthy, creamy, and the ultimate comfort food, it’s also quite versatile. From a cheesy hummus to a red-lentil hummus, we’ve listed the top, most interesting hummus recipes around so that you can celebrate this scrumptious dip on International Hummus Day—May 13—for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
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Lentils make this tasty hummus extra high in protein and fiber—what more do you want out of a dish?
The beautiful shocking pink color of this hummus will steal the spotlight on your dinner table, and it takes only minutes to make.
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Blended pumpkin makes this hummus extra-creamy and creates a nice color. If you don’t have any pumpkin, try using butternut squash instead.
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Edamame, a traditional Japanese food, is soybeans, usually still in the pod. The beans are soft and edible because they are young and green when picked. Mature soybeans, used to make soy milk and tofu, are hard and dry.
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A hummus that tastes like cheese but without the dairy ingredients and cruelty is always fun for everyone. It’s seriously the best creation ever.
My spicy Harissa black eyed pea hummus is creamy, smoky, and just a little hot 🔥 perfect way to usher luck into your new year! Recipe on the blog (link in bio) #whatveganseat #vegansofig #veganrecipes #veganeats #veganfoodshare #hummus #bep #nye #newyear #wholefoods #plantbased #glutenfree #nom #eeeeeats
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An alternative to the standard chickpea hummus, this black-eyed pea hummus is as creamy as chickpea hummus but packs an even bigger punch.
— ＶΞ Ｇ Λ Ｎ ＭＩΛ Ｍ (@veganmiam) September 20, 2015
You can also use white or cannellini beans as the base for your afternoon snack.
This is a perfect way to use those carrots sitting in the back of your fridge that you forgot about.
— DreenaBurton (@dreenaburton) March 30, 2015
This hummus is unique, combining kidney beans with chickpeas, along with cooked sweet potato.
Who would think that a dessert-flavored hummus could be appetizing? We do! This is a dessert that you can feel good about eating.
Happy Hummus Day!
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