Easy hummus recipe

Heart-Healthy Hummus A Guilt-Free Indulgence

Roasted garlic hummus dip

It’s no secret that the salsa and dip aisle in the average American grocery store is laden with temptations that many find hard to overcome. When faced with options from a truckload of salsa brands, french onion dip brands, bean dip brands, and so on all in the same section, it can be easy to convince yourself that you’ll eat the dips with veggies instead of chips to make them “healthy.” There’s also no denying the fact that vegetables are often more palatable as a snack if paired with another flavor, making it even harder to keep those calorie-count killers out of your shopping cart. Still, it’s important to keep an eye on sodium, sugar, and fat contents to make sure that you aren’t negating the benefits of the (more…)

26 Oct 2015

Three of the Biggest Mistakes You’re (Probably) Making When Crafting Hummus Spread from Scratch

Easy hummus recipe

Hummus has rapidly become one of the most popular foods in the United States. A Wall Street Journal article from late 2013 says it all; “Hummus is Conquering America,” as the article is titled, explains that hummus, while not quite as popular as salsa, is now among our five most favorite foods.

If you’re like many Americans, your love of your favorite hummus spread, whether that’s roasted garlic hummus dip or spicy hummus dip, has made you want to try your hand at making your own at home. While many home cooks do manage to use easy hummus recipes to (more…)

17 Nov 2014

Recipes Using Hummus

Hummus dip recipe

The Arabic word for “chickpeas” is hummus, which is the name of a popular dip. The Arabic term “hummus bi tahini” means “chickpeas with tahini.” There are several recipes using hummus that can be found easily online. Hummus dip recipes are high in iron and vitamin C. Hummus recipes are also full of folate and vitamin B6. Recipes using hummus can be found on cooking sites, social networks, blogs, and review sites. Some recipes are spicy, which is a preference many people like. Spicy hummus dip is used for a variety of snacks as well. People also have different hummus brands to choose form.

Some of the popular varieties of recipes using hummus involve red peppers, garlic, pine nuts, spinach, and artichoke. Sun dried tomatoes and lemons are also popular with recipes using hummus. Jalapenos are also commonly used with recipes using hummus. The largest ever dish of hummus was 8 tons of boiled chick peas and 2 tones of tahini, which was recorded by the Guinness World Record. In October of 2008, the Lebanese Ministry of Economy and Trade was petitioned by the Association of Lebanese Industrialists to protect hummus as a uniquely Lebanese food. More information about recipes using hummus can be discovered online
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03 Feb 2013