Pizza Hummus

What’s a vegetarian food blog without a hummus recipe?

I suppose that today, hello veggy! becomes fully initiated! After receiving a food processor for a birthday gift last year, I can’t actually recall buying hummus since. I still like to peruse the dip aisle, however, and I’m always amazed by the variety of flavours popping up on grocery store shelves. Edamame hummus sounds enticing, as does a sweet potato variety, but I’m too hooked on this recipe to deviate!

Here’s a glimpse into my thought process while creating this recipe:

(sings) Hummus, hummus, I love hummus. (remembers bag of sundried tomatoes purchased at bulk barn) Hmm, maybe I should toss some of those in. And I have some basil that’s on the way out… might as well use it up!

From this attempt to use up ingredients, Pizza Hummus was born! Isn’t it funny how some of the best recipes are created completely by mistake? Like any type of hummus, it can be enjoyed as a dip for crackers and veggies, or in a sandwich or wrap. If you like it enough, don’t be afraid to just eat spoonfuls on their own, or use it as a topping for ice cream (I may have been kidding on the last one, but if you do I won’t judge ;))!

Pizza Hummus

Yield: Approx. 2 c.

Cook time: 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 15 oz. can chickpeas, drained and rinsed well
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 3 tbsp. tahini
  • 1/4 c. reserved liquid from chickpeas or water
  • 2 tbsp. lemon juice
  • 3/4 c. sundried tomatoes (not oil-packed), divided
  • 1/3 c. packed basil
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • optional: 1/2-1 tsp paprika, to taste

Instructions

  • Drain and rinse chickpeas, reserving the liquid.
  • Add the ingredients (save 2 tbsp. of sundried tomatoes) to a food processor. Blend until smooth.
  • Add in remaining 2 tbsp. sundried tomatoes and pulse to incorporate.
  • Store in a sealed container in the fridge for up to a week. Serve with raw vegetables or Lavash Flatbread Crackers

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Fill in the Blank: My favourite hummus ‘flavour’ is ____.

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About Suzanne Poldon

runs on plants. eats out of mason jars. bends like a straw.

25. October 2013 by Suzanne Poldon
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Comments (18)

  1. My favorite hummus flavor is Roasted Beet!!! (though its hard to choose a favorite!)

  2. Love this idea!! Would be great spread on a flat bread and topped with more veg, tofu… pizza!!
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  3. I look forward to making this for the children and hubby!!
    Thanks for the great recipe. I’ll give it a go with some sprouted garbanzo beans raw tahini for me perhaps!! Sounds like fun.
    Peace & Raw Health,
    Elizabeth
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  4. Sounds good! Cannot go wrong with any kind of hummus, really. My favourite is sweet potato though!
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  5. We are weirdly in sync with our recipes!!!! I think yours is slightly more conventional than mine though lol
    Davida @ The Healthy Maven recently posted…Peanut Butter Dill Pickle HummusMy Profile

  6. LOVE hummus and sundried tomatoes, what a fantastic combination! I actually like roasted veggie hummus or plain hummus or beetroot hummus etc etc
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  7. This looks awesome! I love sun dried tomatoes almost as much as I love hummus. So together, I bet they’re amazing.

    My favourite hummus flavour is actually just plain. Boring, but so so good!
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  8. I love my hummus smooth (without texture) with loads of tahini….just your standard Israeli hummus in Europe :)

    Pizza and hummus? I’ve never tried this flavor before, but I imagine it would be tasty on a pizza or sandwich! I’m missing the food processor, I wish there’s such thing as a travel food processor with international plugs.

  9. Pizza and hummus? I’ve never tried this flavor before, but I imagine it would be tasty on a pizza or sandwich! I’m missing the food processor, I wish there’s such thing as a travel food processor with international plugs.

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