Top-ranked recipe named "Red Pepper Hummus"
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"I used homemade roasted red peppers. I roasted the peppers first, then started on the hummus after the peppers had cooled. It was delicious, but after one day it lost a lot of its yummy taste, and the garlic really took over. We called it garlic dip when we brought it to a party, but regardless, it was a hit. :) Thanks for the post."- nmcntmc
Start by rinsing the garbanzo beans in cool water, and drain dry.
With processor running, drop garlic through feed tube and mince. Scrape down sides of work bowl. Add chick-peas, tahini and lemon juice; process until mixture is smooth. Add roasted peppers; process until peppers are finely chopped. Season with salt and pepper. Transfer hummus to small bowl.
Can be made 1 day ahead. Cover and chill. Bring to room temperature before serving.
Makes about 2 cups
ssjj 1 year ago
MzMitchy 1 year agoLOVE THIS!! It has become my favorite hummus to make. I only add 3 Tbs of lemon juice tho, 1/3 cup is too much & it over powers the pepper. I, too, roast the red pepper myself on the stove & I drain the liquid, reserving it to add at the end for the consistancy I want.
dtbh4t 1 year ago
gks1983 4 years agoDid a variation on this. Used grilled eggplant instead of the beans and added some red pepper flakes. Left out the sesame seed paste
Bukis 4 years agoThis was fabulous! Everyones comments were helpful. I added olive oil to mixture when blending, drained garbanzos, and cut lemon juice in half with garbanzo liquid. I garnished with pine nuts and sun dryad tomato
rubicat 4 years agoyummy!
Duckymama 4 years agoA group of my schoolteacher friends/ staff and I are doing Weight Watchers together and MINUS the tahini this is still fabulous and very point friendly. Roasted the peppers myself.
timstrand 4 years agoI liked this the 2nd time around - the first time I didn't drain the garbanzo beans. It doesn't say to in the recipe, but I should have known better. Very tasty.
katief1002 5 years agoThis is delicious! Next time I would use a little less lemon juice, substituting some of the liquid from the beans because it was a bit tart for my taste, but otherwise absolutely DELICIOUS!!
nmcntmc 5 years agoI used homemade roasted red peppers. I roasted the peppers first, then started on the hummus after the peppers had cooled. It was delicious, but after one day it lost a lot of its yummy taste, and the garlic really took over. We called it garlic dip when we brought it to a party, but regardless, it was a hit. :) Thanks for the post.