March Madness Homemade Hummus Dip Recipes That Are Sure to be a Fan Favorite
With the start of March Madness just around the corner, you’re likely to be hosting or going to a game day party. And of course, as with any game day party, there’s like to be a lot of food there. Why blend in and bring the “same old same old” when you can create tasty and delicious hummus dip recipes at home to share with friends — or frenemies?
While hummus spreads have only recently become mainstream in America — taking a seat right next to ketchup and mayonnaise in the refrigerators of many American homes — it has been around for quite some time. Like, a really long time. In fact, the earliest documented recipe for something similar to modern hummus dates back to 13th century Egypt.
In regard to hummus dip recipes, the possibilities are simply endless. Once you create your base of pureed chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans), lemon juice, fresh garlic, as sea salt, you can begin to add exciting flavor combinations. Traditionally, hummus is served with a golden drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, along with fresh chopped parley. However, you don’t have to limit yourself to these things.
Roasted red pepper hummus dip or roasted garlic are common homemade hummus dip recipes, however, there is a world of flavors to explore. For inspiration, try incorporating some of your favorite foods. For example, if you enjoy Mexican cuisine, why not create a pico de gallo hummus dip variety?