Top Rated Hummus Recipes

Roasted Garlic Kale Hummus
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If you’re looking for a creative way to use super-nutritious kale, try making a hummus-style dip out of it. It’s beautifully bright green and loaded with garlic and tahini flavor.This recipe is from the Let Them Eat Kale cookbook. Click here for more information on the cookbook.Click here for more kale recipes. 
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With the traditional flavors of hummus — tahini, garlic, and lemon juice — this butternut squash hummus is familiar in flavor, but surprisingly sweet and creamy.
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Mix in some bright citrus to add flavor to your hummus. Recipe courtesy of Florida Department of Citrus
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Hummus is a healthy and delicious snack, and this recipe gives it a boost of flavor with tahini paste, cumin, and fresh cilantro.
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Hummus, a nice spread all on its own, tastes even better with chopped cucumbers, red onions and plum tomatoes—and a sprinkle of crumbled feta cheese.
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The possibilities are endless when it comes to homemade hummus. This chickpea-based spread is simple to make and can easily be customized to fit your taste or the ingredients you have on hand. Once you have the basic method down, substitute your favorite beans, spices, and flavorings. Try this hummus recipe drizzled with olive oil, topped with wedges of hard-boiled egg, and sprinkled with a pinch of smoked paprika.Click here for more of our best dip recipes.
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lemon hummus with lebneh
This recipe for hummus uses lemon and roasted garlic in place of tahini for that tart, slightly smoky flavor. But for that same creaminess, try serving the hummus with homemade lebneh, a Lebanese cheese (think: ricotta or burrata) made from strained yogurt and mixed with spices. Click here to see 6 Dip-Worthy Hummus Recipes.
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Garlic Hummus
Hummus is easily picked up at the grocery store in a tub, but it is just as easily made at home, and incredibly customizable. It can be any flavor you want — just toss your desired ingredients, like basil, roasted red peppers, or black beans in the food processor.
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Turkish-Style Hummus
Creamy, flavorful hummus with warm pita bread or crisp crackers appears on nearly every traditional meze or appetizer platter throughout Turkey, particularly in the southeast near the Iraq and Syrian borders where the first chickpeas were domesticated during Neolithic times. When combined with bread (wheat was also domesticated in the region), hummus makes a complete and easily digestible protein. Best of all, you can make it in minutes and feed a crowd. Simply chop a little garlic, add olive oil, lemon, salt, and pepper. Whir in a food processor or with a mixer or blender, and you may find yourself eating it by the spoonful. This recipe is adapted for the American kitchen. Should you wish to add sesame paste or tahini for a denser, Middle Eastern flavor, add a tablespoon during the blending process.  
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To add a little spice to this easy-to-whip-up dish, I charred some jalapeños under the broiler (a grill works as well), removed the skin, and added them to the mixture. The result? A creamy dip with a kick. A sprinkling of feta was a nice balance to the heat of the peppers, and I also happen to love feta. Serve this with homemade pita chips or raw carrots or celery. Click here to see 6 Dip-Worthy Hummus Recipes.
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Greek-Style Hummus
There are very few people who don't like hummus. Why? Because hummus is a chameleon and can change its flavoring at the pinch of some garlic or a swirl or a swirl of roasted pepper. That said, what happens when you blend in a few traditional Greek inredients into the creamy spread? A whole lot of authenticity, thats what.  Serve with lightly toasted pita chips or create a Greek bar of sorts and accompany it with things like falafel, sliced meats, tzatziki, pickles and you have yourself a party! Click here to see 6 Dip-Worthy Hummus Recipes.
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Spicy Sesame Hummus
A Middle Eastern dip with an Asian flair that’s perfect to bring to potlucks. The hot chile oil adds a subtle spice and lemon juice brings a citrus tang to this zesty hummus. This recipe comes to us from Lindsay of Cook. Vegan. Lover. See all hummus recipes.
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