This Sriracha Hummus has spicy sriracha to give it a kick. It is easy to make and costs less than store bought. Perfect for game day!
This is around the tenth or eleventh hummus recipe that I have created, with at least three more waiting to be posted. Do I have a hummus obsession? Probably. Am I ever going to stop creating hummus recipes? Probably not. I keep making them partly because those little 8 ounce tubs of hummus are just NOT worth their price. I also do it because hummus is one of those dips that is super easy to make, and making your own tastes better than store bought.
I used to buy really good hummus at a nearby grocery store. The brand did not have all the preservatives and unrecognizable ingredients that some hummus’ have. I was quite content back in those days buying an all natural hummus that was really delicious. That was until I realized how incredibly easy it is to make your own. It literally takes minutes to make.
I have found that once you have created your own personal basic hummus recipe formula, then you have it made. Pretty much all of my hummus recipes start the same way – with the same amount of tahini, garbanzo bean, lemon juice, garlic, and olive oil. After that, I add whatever I want.
One of my readers commented on a recent post that vegans don’t usually have a lot of choices when it comes to Super Bowl parties. I totally agree. Many parties that I have been to have only a few things that I can eat. It usually consists of veggies and hummus, or chips and guacamole, if I am lucky. If you need some vegan Super Bowl party ideas, I recently made a Vegan Pizza Football Cheese Ball and some Tofu Nacho Cheese Sauce. Last year, I posted a recipe for Stuffed Date Footballs.
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- 15 ounces garbanzo beans
- 1/4 cup tahini
- 1/4 cup lemon juice
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 4 teaspoons sriracha powder or 4 tablespoons sriracha sauce
- 1/4 cup water
- salt and pepper
- Mix all ingredients in a food processor until thoroughly combined.