Friday, May 12, 2006

Hummus Hall of Fame

I was going through my archives, trying to figure out just how many different hummus recipes I've posted. For those of you who may have missed them, I decided to share them all again with you in my "Hummus Hall of Fame."

Green Chili Hummus
Green Chile Hummus
Moroccan Carrot Hummus
Moroccan Carrot Hummus
Thai Basil Hummus
Thai Hummus
Sundried Tomato Hummus
Sundried Tom Hummus
Lemon Ginger Hummus
Lemon Ginger Hummus
Cilantro Jalapeno Hummus


Anonymous said...

I made the cilantro/jalapeno hummus yesterday. I didn't have two cans of garbanzos, so I substituted one can of great northern beans, which worked out fine. I also added some tahini to make it more hummus-y (for fear the non-garbanzos would detract from its authenticity). It turned out really well! I used almost a whole can of jalapenos and it wasn't quite hot enough for me - I'm sure the fresh ones definitely spice it up.

I'm really enjoying your blog a lot! Keep up the great kitchen-work!

Kalyn Denny said...

I love this post. You're very imaginative with the combinations.

Alanna Kellogg said...

I knew there were a bunch but, how many? (So far?!) Maybe your blog needs a new name!

Fiber said...

Laura - sounds good, and I'm sure the canned jalapenos add a different flavor.

Kalyn - thanks!!

AK - I joke around about that very same thing - it should be "28 Cooks Hummus!"

Anonymous said...

I was wondering if in all your cracker recipies have you ever tried extruding them in a cookie maker thingy. I just got one yesterday and I thought I might try it out for crackers, but all the recipies in the book it came with are cookies full of butter and I was hoping to make a non fat cracker.

jae said...

it's funny - just yesterday i was sitting on the subway wondering to myself what the actual defining components of hummus are. do you have to have chickpeas? if i made something of a similar consistancy with with white beans could i call that hummus too, or would it be stuck with the word 'dip'?
anyhow, i'm impressed with all your variations on the theme.

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