Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

I have made Hummus before, but Dilled Hummus sounded interesting...have not tried this as yet...This is from an old copy of Better Homes and Gardens.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a blender container or food processor bowl combine garbanzo beans, tahini or peanut butter and sesame oil, lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, dill, salt, and red pepper.
  2. Cover and blend or process till the mixture is smooth, stopping and scraping the sides as necessary.
  3. Transfer to a storage container; cover and chill till ready to serve for up to 1 week.
  4. (To tote, pack the storage container with ice.) Stir the spread before serving.


Most Helpful

This was all right, but it needed more dill to give it a dill flavor, and water to help process it smoothly (it was VERY thick). Also 1/4 of tahini is too much, it overpowered this hummus. I think this is a good recipe, but needs some adjustments to give it a better rating.

BerrySweet April 26, 2008

Quite a good, fast, easy, flavorful hummus, though I prefer the texture I get by cooking dried chickpeas myself. Like other reviewers, I needed more dried dill to get a good, dilly flavor. Additionally, I had to add an extra tbs lemon juice and 1/4 cup of water to get my blender (a Kitchen Aid), to process it smoothly.

3KillerBs May 02, 2007

I love hummus and this one was no exception. I used dried dill, and found that it really didn't taste much different at all from regular hummus. I ended up increasing the dried dill to 1 tsp to get a nice dilly taste. Thanks for the recipe, it's another neat twist on hummus i'll be making again!

LUv 2 BaKE February 11, 2006

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