Top Rated Hummus Recipes

Vegan Wrap
Wraps are a great, healthy lunch option, and can be made in less than five minutes.This recipe is courtesy of Ahead of Thyme.
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4.5
Hummus on a plate
I've made a lot of hummus in my life, but this recipe really takes the cake as far as flavor. The caramelized onions with hints of saffron and garlic are so delicious you'll definitely be coming back for more. Enjoy with pita chips, or if you're looking for something healthier chop up some carrots and cucumbers. 
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4.5
On the upper west side of Manhattan, NY, Leyla combines modern Turkish flavors with traditional Mediterranean favorites. They make this classic, creamy hummus every day in house and top it with a beetroot salsa and pickled za'atar. Feel free to get creative with your toppings — maybe you fancy roasted red peppers or perhaps just a drizzle of good olive oil. No matter what, always remember to serve with warm pita bread!
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4.333335
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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4
Red Pepper Hummus
For when you want the red pepper flavor, but don't want to go to the trouble of roasting.
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3.8
No-Tahini Hummus
Man, you want some hummus. You have the garbanzo beans (chickpeas), but you forgot to buy tahini, a central ingredient in most hummus recipes. You're out of luck. Right? Wrong, you don't need tahini to make great hummus. All you need is some quality olive oil and a food processor, and you're on your way to a creamy, delicious dip. Click here to see 6 Dip-Worthy Hummus Recipes.
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3.666665
Sunchoke Hummus with Meyer Lemon
I'm typically a stickler for authenticity, but when I heard we were doing hummus, I couldn't help but get a little creative with it, especially when I saw that sunchokes were available at the store. Inspired, while admittedly being unsure of how it would turn out, I set out to make a sunchoke hummus. Why not? Luckily, it turned out pretty well — at least, I like to think so. A little fruity sweetness from the Meyer lemon and an earthy richness from the sunchokes pair off well with the usual chickpeas and hint of sharp raw garlic. And experimenting with new ingredients or combinations of ingredients is part of the fun of cooking. It's easy to forget that sometimes the best cooking requires no recipe at all. Or maybe that should read, "The best recipes require no cooking at all." Well, either way, here's my recipe for sunchoke hummus. Click here to see 6 Dip-Worthy Hummus Recipes.
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3.5
Many people don't realize how easy it is to make your own hummus. It's not only easy but fun to make, because you can flavor it with just about anything you like. This is chef David Seigal of Chelsea's Table's recipe, served with organic pita and organic carrots.
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3.5
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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3.4
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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beets
They're as colorful as they are good for you. Make them gluten-free by using gluten-free pita breads. They're perfect for entertaining a crowd or just making something fun for the family. This recipe was contributed by Just. 
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2.75
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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