Sunday, January 11, 2015

Beet Root Hummus

BM # 48 Week 2 Day 2

Recently I went for lunch with some friends . The lunch was Indian but they had a huge spread of Middle Eastern dips. I have always been very fond of this cuisne,and since there was a big spread of these dips, I did not feel like having the main course. The Beet root hummus looked the prettiest and attracted everyone. It tasted as good. I have tried pumpkin hummus ,which also tastes awesome, but I was sold out to the vibrant beauty.This is my Day 2 post under the Middle East Cuisine theme.


200 gms chickpeas , boiled and water drained
2 beetroots (peeled, boiled until soft) 
2-3 cloves garlic (crushed or chopped) 
1/2 lemon juice 
1/4 cup olive oil 
1 tsp cumin powder
2 tb sp curd
2 tsp tahini paste
Salt to taste
Boil the chick peas till tender.
Drain, reserve the water and use it in your gravy or for binding flour.
In a blender add all ingredients and blend to a smooth paste.
Empty in a bowl.
Drizzle with olive oil.


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17 comments:

  1. I have never made hummus.. Need to try soon.. Hummus looks so colorful..

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  2. Hard to imagine beet root in hummus. Very vibrant color.

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  3. What a lovely colour! A must try, I think.

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  4. What a stunning color.. Nice twist to the usual hummus

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  5. what a beautiful and vibrant colored hummus

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  6. What a stunning color vaishali!! Such a versatile dish too!! Color n a tasty twist to regular hummus!

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  7. Very innovative. Love that color.

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  8. Such lovely colour Vaishali...must have tasted awesome..

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  9. An innovative and interesting recipe of hummus.

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  10. Terrific and catchy hummus, fallen in love with this beet hummus, will try soon.

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  11. That is one vibrant twist, literally. :)

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  12. Wow!!!Such a pretty color,looks awesome..

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  13. What a lovely pink to that beet hummus. Looks healthy & delicious.

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  14. Lovely lovely colour and hummus with beets. Wow Vaishali love it.

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