Sure, you can buy hummus in its purest form. But playing around with these easy and tasty variations on the classic recipe gives the Mediterranean dip a lot of added wow factor
Use our Herbed Chickpeas recipe as a base for this fresh hummus.
Recipe: Sumac Hummus
We can’t get enough of roasted cauliflower these days. Amanda Hass, culinary director of Williams-Sonoma, turns hers into creamy hummus and serves it with crudités.
Recipe: Smoky Cauliflower Hummus
We love this colorful, earthy hummus from our friends at SHED in Healdsburg, California. Serve it with crisp crackers or toasted bread.
Recipe: Roasted Beet Hummus
Asian flavors blended to perfection for a bright green hummus that pairs well with rice crackers and raw vegetables.
Recipe: Edamame and Almond Hummus
Cilantro makes this hummus fresh and bright green–just right for a holiday gathering or spring event!
Recipe: Cashew-Lime Cilantro Hummus
Lightly dressed and quickly grilled vegetables are the perfect accompaniment to your favorite hummus recipe.
Recipe: Grilled Vegetable Meze Plate
Italian ingredients often found in salads are blended together for a smooth dip. Stick with the Italian theme and serve with bread sticks and peppers for dipping.
Recipe: Garlicky White Bean Dip