This was a good...I also added a can of chickpeas(drained) to have more of a hummus tastiness and consistency :)
This is a favorite of ours. we use cilantro instead of parsley.
Great recipe I made this last year as a Thanksgiving appetizer and loved it! Definately let it sit over night!
This was actually good, thanks for sharing.
This is definitely unique, and you can't beat the wonderful color and pumpkin flavor for a fall dish. I served this is at a football party, where it seemed to get a pretty neutral reaction. Most people thought it was fine, but didn't go back for more. It certainly has a strong pumpkin flavor, so I would make sure that the people you are making it for really like pumpkin. Thanks for sharing!
I really didn't love this. It kills me to say that though because it is such a great idea! It was a little to runny for my tastes. It also needed more of a kick (and I did add hot sauce). I'd love some suggestions about how to kick this recipe up a bit. Thanks for the great idea FloridaGrl!
I loved this recipie and of course, tweaked it to my own particular taste the second time around as a good 'zaar-ist' should. I used 3 tablespoons of plain yoghurt and subbed tablespoon of garlic/ginger paste for clove of garlic; subbed cayenne for red pepper; added one more tablespoon of cumin and omitted the parsley. Just my own take on a certified 5 star recipe! THANK YOU for the inspiration!
This is delicious! If you like hummus, you've got to try this recipe!! The only thing I do differently is use yogurt instead of tahini. I prefer the consistency I get with the yogurt instead. Oh, also I used two cloves of garlic...I can never get enough of garlic :-) Make sure to add the parsley; it makes a huge difference in the flavor! Yum! 5 stars! ~Di
I made this yesterday as a kick off to my mom/brother's birthday lunch. I served it with different crackers and apple slices. I did add about 2 tsp of garlic purree instead of 1 (which equals about 1 clove). I also added a bit more red pepper and a tiny bit more (about 1 1/2 tbsp total) tahini. It seemed a bit bland for my buds- as I'm used to 'peppery' hummus. It did get wonderful reviews and I'm sure that it's better today than yesterday- I made it and served it the same day- Letting it sit overnight would have given the flavors time to mingle more. Thanks so much for posting! I'll be making this one again! :)
Just made this and it is fabulous!! I did use 2 cloves of garlic (I can never use just one), but didn't want the garlic to over power--it was great with 2 cloves. I also used a bit more lemon juice and cut back a smidge on cumin. Oh--used lots of parsley as I love it. I served it with some crackers that I had on hand. I think this would be great with many things including as a sandwhich spread. Thanks for posting.