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  • Prep 1min
  • Total4min
  • Servings10

This easy dip can be made in mere minutes with just 4 ingredients.MORE+LESS-

ByScaron

Updated April 11, 2017

Ingredients

1

can (19 oz) garbanzo beans

2

tablespoon toasted sesame seeds

Steps

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  • 1

    Combine all ingredients in the bowl of a food processor and pulse until smooth (about 1 minute).

  • 2

    Serve with fresh veggies.

Nutrition Information

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More About This Recipe

  • Having a party? Don’t sweat it with these easy, fast appetizers.I used to stress every single part of every party meal I made. These days though, I strive for zen-ness when I am hosting. And one way I achieve that is by using some super easy appetizers to kick things off.The trick to making Pesto Hummus and Veggie Dippers super fast? Pick up precut veggies at your grocery store. It will take you about 5 minutes to whip up the fabulous Pesto Hummus and arrange the veggies on a platter. Easy as can be.More Fast AppsHere are more super easy, fast and flavorful ideas for your next party or game day!

Basil Pesto Hummus

This is going to sound weird… but Christian and I have always collectively loved hummus.

I think maybe more him than me, just because he will, like, smear it on chicken and call it dinner. But we’ve always just made sure there was hummus around. You know that one snack you always eat when you come home after a night out in college? Hummus. If we ever had to go on a road trip somewhere, we always packed hummus. Studying in the library for hours? Hummus.

And for as long as I can remember, our favorite has been Sabra’s Basil Pesto Hummus.

I found myself craving this delectable spread the other day, with no Sabra in sight. It was traumatic, to say the least.

Then, I quickly realized that I probably had all of the ingredients to make my own!

And I’ve got to say… sorry, Sabra, but I think ya girl’s version is better.

And wanna know something about this hummus?

And today happens to be St. Patrick’s Day! Which means everything has to be green, right? That’s what that means? All I know is don’t pinch me.

I’ve never been one to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day. And by celebrate I mean the American way: go out and get wasted, just because. I mean, if you do, that’s great – treat yoself. But I’ll be good over here with my basil pesto hummus and my mom’s traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage. (<– Maybe I’ll share the recipe next year. It’s good AF).


What Is Basil Hummus Dip?

So many of our recipes are inspired by our travels as food and drink bloggers. This one is no exception.

I love any sort of fusion or melding together of food cultures and flavors. As much as this basil hummus recipe might be scoffed at in the Middle East, I enjoy bringing together two of my favorite cuisines.

We&rsquove always been big fans of basil pesto. This interest took off when we visited Genoa, Italy, the home of Italian pesto. And, we are always looking for new ways to use pesto.

A pesto hummus is a perfect way to incorporate the flavors of basil, garlic, olive oil, and cheese, all in a tasty hummus recipe.

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Our 19 Favorite Hummus Recipes

Hummus is a spreadable dip that is traditionally made from chickpeas. (In fact, hummus is the Arabic word for chickpea.) It's also one of the oldest foods known to humankind, dating back to ancient Egypt.

Hummus is probably one of the best known Middle Eastern foods, due to its popularity worldwide. This chickpea-based dip can be found in most grocery stores in North America and on many non-Middle Eastern restaurant menus.

If you frequent Middle Eastern restaurants and eat hummus, you know that hummus tastes different everywhere. Some types of hummus have a zesty lemon flavor, some have a strong garlic flavor, some hummus dips are mild, and yet others are spicy. When making your own hummus at home, you'll want to keep your own taste buds in mind. Part of the fun of making hummus is that it's a versatile recipe, that you can adjust easily to suit your own culinary preferences.

Hummus is perfect for enjoying as an appetizer with pita wedges, crackers, tortilla chips, or vegetable sticks. You can also use it as a flavorful condiment for sandwiches and wraps. Also, you can even freeze leftover hummus.

When serving hummus as a dip, you can drizzle a bit of olive oil on top or sprinkle it with Parmesan cheese or red pepper flakes for a more interesting presentation. Other add ons include roasted garlic, preserved lemon, chili oil, green salsa, and smoked paprika. Serve hummus in brightly colored bowls to add excitement.

Here are some excellent hummus recipes that have a variety of ingredients to make traditional Middle Eastern hummus even more enticing.


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