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Garlic Spicy Hummus Say NO to bland Hummus!

Garlic Spicy Hummus Say NO to bland Hummus!

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Thank you for stopping by to see this tasty Garlic Spicy Hummus.

Do you like Hummus?  I have never cared for it.  To me, it is bland and never had much flavor until I kicked up my own hummus with Chili powder, garlic, and cumin.  I cannot stop eating this Spicy Hummus now.

Spicy Garlic Hummus Say NO to Bland Hummus

What is Hummus?

Hummus is a dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with olive oil, tahini, lemon juice, salt and garlic.  Tahini is made by blending sesame seeds and olive oil into a smooth paste.  I have tried several different types of hummus, but I have not been a big fan.  I know it is very good for you.  Hummus has no cholesterol and a great protein source.


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5 Responses to Garlic Spicy Hummus Say NO to bland Hummus!

  1. Thanks Diane for this spicy hummus recipe.I love it and glad I hopped on board to find it at this Pinterest Pin Party you are hosting.I pinned it on my good food board on Pinterest. Look for my post too. It’s June Colors can stir memories #317. Warm regards, Nancy Andres@colorsofjoy

    • Janine,

      Thank you for checking out my hummus recipe. I had to do something to bland hummus. I like all my food with lots of flavor and spices. If your not a fan of bland hummus, you need to check out this recipe.

      Thank you so much for stopping by! I are such a faithful friend!
      Diane Roark
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