Hummus with Cilantro Recipe

Hummus with Cilantro Recipe
If you are looking for dip recipes, this Hummus with Cilantro Recipe is very good.
Hummus can be made in a variety of ways and this delicious hummus recipe contains cilantro for color and flavor. Cilantro is a fragrant herb, which complements many flavors including the unique and nutty flavor of hummus. Tahini, which is a ground sesame seed paste, can be incorporated into the hummus recipe or served on top. Hummus is often served at room temperature but you can serve it chilled if you want.
The flavors of sesame seeds and chickpeas go together nicely. You can serve crudités such as zucchini, carrot, or mushroom with this delicious hummus appetizer recipe or pita bread. You can get small pita breads or cut a big one up. To warm pita bread, sprinkle a little water on it and microwave for twenty seconds. This also makes it smell fresh and it makes it softer.

Lemon Cilantro Hummus

This hummus recipe is flavored with garlic and lemon juice, as well as the aromatic cilantro. This is not the traditional hummus recipe but there are so many recipes for hummus that it can be fun trying out different ones. You will really like the way the flavors balance in this hummus recipe. 

Hummus with Cilantro Ingredients 

  1. 16 oz can chickpeas
  2. 4 tablespoons lemon juice
  3. 2 tablespoons olive oil
  4. ¼ cup liquid from can of chickpeas
  5. 2 cloves garlic
  6. 1 teaspoon cilantro plus more to garnish
  7. 1 ½ tablespoons tahini
  8. ½ teaspoon salt

Hummus with Cilantro Preparation

  1. Crush the garlic and finely chop the cilantro.
  2. Drain the chickpeas, keeping ¼ cup of the liquid.
  3. Combine everything else except the extra cilantro in a food processor or blender.
  4. Add the reserved liquid from the can, and then blend for about 4 minutes on low until smooth and well combined.
  5. Serve with the extra cilantro sprinkled over the top and pita bread, zucchini spears or both on the side for dipping.
(Serves 6)

Cilantro Lime Hummus Recipe

Cilantro Lime Hummus Recipe
The green color of this hummus comes from the addition of cilantro and it actually looks really appetizing. People will be curious about this dip and they might be surprised when they taste it and find it to be a lemon and cilantro based version of hummus. Hummus is usually a beige color. This delicious dip recipe is great for any buffet. Alternatively, you could serve it at a sit-down dinner, with some celery spears, zucchini strips, raw carrot slices, toast triangles or pita bread slices for dipping. Garnish each portion with a thin slice of lemon and you have an elegant appetizer.