This was good, and very easy to make. I added lemon juice and jalenpenos for a little kick.
Very easy and quick. I had all the ingredients on hand. I did add extra garlic and also a Dill & Lemon seasoning blend from Schilling. It had a very mild flavor. I wanted to make it to put on celery sticks (instead of high calorie peanut butter). It's a bit bland for that. The celery had a stronger flavor! I tried it with some triscuit-type crackers and it was OK with that. Possibly good as a spread in sandwiches or wraps for veggie style lunches (I haven't tried this yet...). Also good with stronger flavored veggies as a dip, such as bell pepper strips or cherry tomatoes.
This was VERY GOOD. It's a bit more "mild than hummus, IMO. I added a bit of lemon juice and rosemary......just because that's what I was in the mood for, lol.
Genius recipe. So easy and evrything at hand. The mixture seemed awfully dry and hard to process so I added extra oil( olive and sesame), peanut butter and seasoning. Love this
LOL, gotta love NYC hummus! :) I also increased the oil, garlic, and PB a bit and added some sea salt. I really like this...familiar but yet totally unique. I also paired this with the Mixed Seed Bread and veggies; love the versatility! (Oh yes, I was out of canneloni so used Great Northern beans and they subbed well, perhaps giving it a more mellow flavor.)
I am not a big hummus fan, but showed this recipe to DH and he begged me to MAKE IT NOW! It came out great, thanks for a wonderful recipe!
Excellent dip! I love that it uses ingredients that I have always have on hand. I upped the amount of garlic and added a bit of kosher salt. Paired with Mixed Seed Crisp Bread (Mixed Seed Crisp Bread), it was to die for. I will also dip some gorgeous baby carrots into this later today. Thanks for posting, Richie.
Well? I like to try unusual recipes. This one was a good idea. It does need lots of salt, extra olive oil and a bit more peanut butter. It's really good with celery sticks.