What makes beetroot hummus an absolute favourite in parties is the bright and peppy pink colour, besides the lip-smacking flavour of course. Top it with fresh herbs for some zing.
Give your bowl of hummus a peppery makeover by blending in red bell peppers. You can even add in some parsley to take the flavour a notch higher.
There's nothing like roasted pumpkin. Team it with hummus and it's a lip-smacking treat. Spice it up with red chilli powder and Tabasco sauce, and if you have za'atar, add that in too.
Who would have thought that hummus could be made without chickpeas? Reshma Khattar Bhagat shows you how to make a healthy zucchini hummus.
Nutrition-packed pumpkin hummus dip to go with your favourite tortilla chips.
The popular treat from Middle East gets even creamier with avocados, also known as butter fruit. Tip in a mix of masalas for a boost of flavour.
This recipe brings together the two most popular condiments - pesto and hummus. Serve it with crisp toasts or vegetable crudites and win praises from your friends and family.
A perfect summer dip, the flavours of lemon and basil come together to make this recipe light and refreshing.
Black beans push over chickpeas in this recipe to make this classic dip. Blend it with fresh herbs and spices, and serve it with breads.
Here, white beans take over chickpeas to make this smoky and incredibly delicious hummus. Add in rosemary for a flavour boost.
Healthy, delicious and versatile, hummus in Arabic means "chickpeas," which certainly sounds much cooler than their other name, garbanzo beans.
Pink hummus is perfect for parties, and homemade flatbreads beat packets of pitta every timeI first made this hummus for a fourth birthday party. As much as I rail against gender norms in most aspects ...
Hummus is a popular Middle Eastern dip made with a few humble ingredients - chickpeas, olive oil, lemon juice, sesame seeds and salt. Besides being full of flavour and criminally addictive, it is very nutritious ...
Packed with protein and best enjoyed with pita bread and barbecued meats, this Middle Eastern staple of hummus bi tahina can be a meal in itself.
Hummus is probably the only creamy dip which comes with no-guilt attached for being low in calories, yet not lagging behind in terms of taste.
Soon after lunch, your alertness goes for a toss and you reach out for a cup of coffee. Leave that aside and consume sin-free food items like raw vegetables with hummus, oatmeal and organic nut ...
If you travel to the Arab world, much of the food as well as the larger culture of eating will not seem utterly alien to you. So what are the dishes that you should look ...
Some eggplants actually do look like eggs - small, white, ovoid. Hence their name in English-speaking North America. Yet most of the world uses other monikers. Over in Britain, they are aubergines (in France, too, ...
Not too long ago, hummus seemed exotic to many Americans. Now, it is practically an everyday food. In light of that, it seems baba ghanouj is ready for its close-up.
Aloo patty in a vegetarian burger is no longer the dead end in the menu. Sonal Ved trails the city to find the best veg burger options such as rajma, hummus and sticky rice fillings.The ...