Rawsome Sun-dried Tomato Hummus.

Via on Aug 1, 2013

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Hummus is great go-to snack and it is easy to make.

It is also an awesome way to eat extra veggies you might not want to eat plain: carrots, cucumber, bell peppers (of any color), tomatoes, jicama, celery. Or you can make a veggie wrap!

Ingredients:

  • 2  cups garbanzo beans soaked overnight (you can use a 15 ounce can chickpeas drained and rinsed)
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 1/4 cup Sun-dried Tomatoes in Olive Oil
  • 1/4 cup Tahini Paste
  • Juice from 1 lemon, plus 5 drops of lemon essential oil
  • 1 Tbsp tomato paste
  • Pinch of Himalanyan sea salt
  • Pinch of smoked paprika
  • Pinch of cumin
  • Ezekiel sprouted grain tortillas or other gluten free tortillas
  • Cucumbers, celery, carrots rinsed and chopped
Directions:

Place garbanzo beans, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, tahini, tomato paste, some salt and smoked paprika in a food processor or blender and process until well combined and smooth. Adjust seasonings to taste. Add more oil, lemon juice or tomato paste if needed. Serve with a drizzle of oil and diced sun-dried tomatoes on the top.

Pre-heat broiler on low heat with the rack in the middle of the oven. Trim tortillas into wedge shapes. Place them on a baking sheet in a single layer and lightly spray with olive oil and then sprinkle with salt. Broil about 4-5 minutes until lightly browned and crispy. Sprinkle with some smoked paprika, or your favorite spices.

When tortillas are finished cooking, spread hummus on them, add veggies, wrap and enjoy!

Have just given you a great hummus recipe? What do you put in your hummus? What do you eat it with? I would love to hear your thoughts, please leave your comments in the box below.

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XO, Hayley

P.S. I use essential oils in my daily life and in cooking. The therapeutic benefits are endless.

Lemon Essential Oil: cleansing, detoxifying, and uplifting.

Recipe adapted from my friend Dennisse Lisseth.

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Ed: Sara Crolick
{Photo: via familyspice.com}

About Hayley Hobson

Hayley Hobson is an author, speaker, business coach, yogi, Pilates and holistic nutritional expert based in Boulder, CO. Hayley creates lifestyle transformations by coaching her clients to strengthen, nourish and evolve through the cycles and shifts in life. Combining cutting edge understanding in all three disciplines due to years of anatomical study and dietary theory, Hayley’s approach leverages their blended benefits and results. Her unique and intelligent style promotes strengthening while softening–empowering her client’s to heal not only their physical bodies, but their hearts and minds as well. Hayley studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, continues her studies with David Wolfe, raw food expert and is an essential oil expert in her own right.  Her insights and articles can also be found on her blog, Mindbodygreen and Islaorganics. She has also been featured in Pilates Style magazine, Natural Health magazine and Triathlete Magazine.  She has fun running and playing in the mountains with her husband, former world-ranked triathlete, Wes Hobson and their two beautiful daughters, Makenna and Madeline. To learn more about her nutritional courses, events she's hosting and custom programs go to her website or follow her on Facebook or Twitter or Pinterest.

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2 Responses to “Rawsome Sun-dried Tomato Hummus.”

  1. I love making sprouted hummus! I usually soak then sprout the garbanzos for two days until a little spout pos out the pointy side of the bean. I always add raw tahini, garlic, lemon juice, black pepper, liquid aminos, and olive oil. I tend to eat carrots, broccoli, or red cabbage with my hummus. I think I'll try adding sun-dried tomatoes to this weeks batch! Thank you for the great suggestion!

  2. SewDanish says:

    Instead of using Tahini in my hummus, I use toasted sesame seeds and toasted

    sesame oil. It is best to add the sesame oil a little by little

    as the taste can be very strong.

    Haven’t thought of adding lemon essential oil. Will try that the next time.

    Birgitte

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