Add Hummus to your Life

How important is color in your life? Well, I can’t talk much about clothes and accessories when it comes to colors, but I do know that eating colorful food ensures a healthy diet. I am an Indian and colors have an enormous significance in our lives. We even have a festival of colors ‘Holi’. Different colors symbolize different things in cultures around the world, and these associations can vary greatly.

For me, my food is my canvas, and I love adding my tweaks to it. Sometimes it leaves me surprised and at times disappointed.

One of my favorite dip that I love to experiment with is Hummus.
Hummus is like the blank canvas, and you can add a magic ingredient to create a new avatar. Every time I would add something new to alter the taste, keeping the essence of hummus as such.

Adding roasted or cooked beet lends texture, gorgeous color, and a subtle taste. In this recipe, I also added some feta cheese to get some creaminess.
In the absence of feta, you could use hung curd (say 11/2 tbsp) and adjust the salt.
I use this dip as such or spread it over the sliders, sandwiches and even over my naan pizza.

Hope you like it.

 


Beet and Feta Hummus

photo of Beetroot Feta Hummus
Recipe for Beetroot Feta Hummus
Course: salad
Cuisine: NA
Preparation Time: 10 Mins
Cooking time: 5 Mins
Yield: NA
INGREDIENTS
Chickpeas 200 g (cooked)
Feta Cheese 30-35 g
Beet 120 g (grated)
Tahina 1 ½ tbsp.
Garlic cloves 2 large
Salt and pepper as per taste
Olive Oil 2 tbsp
Lemon Juice 2 tbsp
Cumin Powder ½ tsp
METHOD
  1. Heat pan, add little olive oil and add the grated beet. Keep stirring on a low flame till cooked
  2. All the water in the beets will evaporate
  3. Place it in the blender with rest of the ingredients and blend

 

 

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