Thursday, June 21, 2012

Artichoke Heart Hummus

Did I post this already?  I don't think I did.  It's a winner of a recipe though so I want to make sure I share this with y'all.

This is the most ridiculously easy and yummy dip.  I promise you will not miss the fat that comes from the store-bought versions.  And it's a fraction of the price to make it at home, too.  You can totally tailor the ingredients too.  Add more or less of anything.  And it takes under a minute.  Can't argue with that!

Artichoke Heart Hummus

* 1 can of chickpeas, mostly drained
* 1 can of artichoke hearts, mostly drained
* 1 tsp. minced garlic
* 1 tbls. sesame oil
* 1-2 tbls. mustard (not the bright yellow kind though)
* 2-4 tbls. EVOO
* water
* salt to taste

* Mostly drain chickpeas and artichoke hearts.  By mostly I mean, lightly drain the cans but leave a little bit of the liquid inside.  It's basically fat free flavor so keep a little bit of it to use instead of EVOO.
* Dump chickpeas, artichoke hearts, the remaining liquid, garlic, sesame oil and mustard into food processor or blender. 
* Pulse and add EVOO and water until it reaches your desired consistency.  Add salt to taste.

Enjoy with chips, pita bread, veggies or on a sandwich!


Jo said...

This sounds SO good! I love artichokes and hummus ~ can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.


Annie said...

Now that's some hummus I'd make. Tahini drives me nuts ha!

Anonymous said...

The Consort wants to come eat at your house.

Sending you a smile Miss PPC!

Amy - OPC said...

This looks delicious - thank you!


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