Hummus can be humdrum, tasting flat, even boring. Your version will be different. Choose ingredients you like, such as fresh beets. Chef’s Tips include the best cooking techniques for raw beets to give maximum flavor. Substitute cannellini beans or sorana beans for chickpeas. Not a fan of legumes? A legume-free version is included.
Onto serving. Remember, it’s all in the garnish. Choose your favorite garnishes from a list pairing well with yellow beets. A truly memorable hummus presents spices, seeds, nuts, fruit, and herbs as toppings, making each taste pure pleasure. Each recipe makes 3 cups/710 ml. Two recipes:
Golden Beet and Cannellini Bean Hummus: Stunning yellow color with flavor just as brilliant. Texture is more supple than traditional chickpea hummus. Make a day in advance of serving for flavors to blend. Enjoy!
Legume-Free Golden Beet Hummus: Absolutely delicious with no skimping on flavor. Legume-free hummus has great appeal, especially to anyone who does not like legumes, or who follows a particular diet such as Autoimmune Protocol Diet (AIP), Paleo, and Whole30. Make a few hours in advance and chill before serving.
Original recipe, thoroughly tested. Easy step-by-step directions. Ingredient listing includes ounce/gram weights, volume, and inch/centimeter measurements, where applicable, making it easy to follow. One PDF with two recipes and photos.