Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus Recipe
Sun-dried tomatoes and basil put a twist on the traditional hummus.
This hummus featuring basil and sun-dried tomato is easy to whip up on a moment's notice.
This yummy hummus is made with all the traditional ingredients - garbanzo beans, tahini, lemon juice, and olive oil - and includes sun-dried tomatoes and fennel seed.
I really enjoyed the flavor of this hummus. However, I did find mine to be a little dry. I don't think this is the recipe's fault, though, as it could have just been due to the particular can of beans I used. I wound up adding more lemon juice and some of the oil from the jar of sun dried tomatoes. The basil at the end gives it a very fresh flavor. I served it with vegetables and later used the leftovers as a sandwich spread. Some reviews mentioned difficulty getting the hummus smooth - I used a food processor and had no issue.
The recipe is great, but I think the olive oil could be lessened or possibly use a really good brand. I just used the EVOO that I get from Costco and it had a little bit too much of that taste.
Classic Italian meets the middle east in this hummus recipe that blends chickpeas and tahini with tomato, Parmesan cheese, and basil.
Great tasting hummus! I rinsed off the beans to get the skin off the beans and the extra sodium. I also make my hummus in the blender! This really helps to make the hummus super smooth. And you can cut back on the oil or cut it out completely if you are trying to go oil free for better heart health! I left out the oil and it was still great!