YUM! I made this for a Thanksgiving appetizer and it was well received and I would make it again. I didn't care for the hummus I purchased (I usually either make my own or get it at Trader Joes) so I added equal parts light sour cream and hummus to tone down the bad roast garlic flavors coming through LOL. I also subbed out chopped sundried tomatoes for the carrots and it was AWESOME. Thanks for sharing! Photo forthcoming.
YUM! This was wonderful. Will make this again. Thanks!!
This was so quick and easy to throw together, and it was deliciously flexible to accommodate the ingredients I had on had. I used homemade hummus and skipped the sour cream (can't like it!), and based on another reviewer's suggestion I subbed finely diced cucumber for the carrots. Delicious! I could absolutely have made this my dinner tonight! Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT 9, Gourmet Goddesses.
I loved this dip, although it's more of a meal than a dip! I made this exactly as posted, except I used warm pita bread triangles to serve it with. Definitely need something sturdier, like the pita chips that are listed. The flavors were great, and it's very filling. I served this in a 9-inch deep-dish pie plate, which worked really well. Made by a Tasty Test for ZWT9.
Totally exceeded my expectations, the Mediterranean version of the Mexican 7 layer dip! Our favorite is the olive hummus, so I used that (and halved the olives accordingly). I also added less cheese and took advice from other reviewers and made the following adjustments: skipped adding the artichoke liquid, subbed tomatoes and cucumbers for the carrots and topped it with fresh basil. It was so delicious. We tried a variety of crackers and chips with it and liked the Trader Joe's reduced guilt tortilla chips the best. The two of us made a very satisfying meal out of this (with a little bit leftover).
We really enjoyed this dip - it had everything we love in it and together these ingredients made a great presentation. I did not include the carrots, but I know I would love them even though DH is not fond of carrots - I'm still working on him. Will definitely make this dip again -- if it doesn't last until New Year's eve, I'll just make another batch. I used Garlic Hummus to make the garlic hummus. Made for PRMR, December, 2012.
For some reason, I had some reservations about this recipe, but why I don't know. I decided to follow the recipe exactly and it was very tasty and well received by all. I served it with toasted pita wedges. I will make it again. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT6.
I used "Roasted Red Pepper Hummus" (#182429) for the hummus--it's my absolute favorite hummus recipe. I didn't have sour cream but did have plain nonfat yogurt, and I let it sit in a coffee filter for a while as other recipes suggested. I put chopped cucumber on top instead of the carrot -- it seemed a little more Greek...and I didn't do anything with the reserved liquid-mine seemed to be mostly water. Anyway, everyone liked it and some asked for the recipe!! Thanks!
I enjoyed this dip with crackers. I mixed it all together before I realized I should have layered it. But it was still very nice! Thanks! Made for KK's Chef's Pick.
I made this for Phil's (DH's) work; they were feeling unnappreciated because I'd not been sending in much home cooking lately! It went over well - although I would make a few minor adjustments next time. I'd use chopped roasted red peppers instead of the carrots (or even just chopped red peppers), as I just couldn't quite reconcile the shredded carrots on a mediterranean dip in my mind... and I would only add a tbsp of the marinade from the artichoke jar. Phil said that the amount from the jar was a bit much and made the dip a bit on the runny side. I used Yummy Hummus With Variations for the hummus, and the flavours were awesome overall. I did wonder about adding a thin layer of chopped fresh basil, too. This is the kind of recipe that really gets your imagination going! (Maybe a layer of bruschetta on top?) Yum!! Thanks, LIG! Made for Veggie Swap Lucky 13.