Recipe by Kristin
"Serve warm or cold with pita as a party appetizer, or put on French bread and run under the toaster oven for a great snack or light lunch."
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non-fat cottage cheese
1 (15.5 ounce) can
cannellini beans, drained
fresh basil, chopped
grape tomatoes, coarsely chopped
salt and pepper to taste
This is one of my favorite types of hummus, but I use a slightly different recipe. I've found that the standard one has too many grape tomatoes, which make the hummus too runny and give it a too-strong tomato taste. For this recipe, I only would use five or six grape tomatoes -- with most of the juice squeezed out. Also, I've experimented with roasting the garlic and using more of it, with good results.
It's too runny and has too much basil. I actually drained my cannellini beans, and thank goodness that I did. I wasn't a big fan of the basil. It's texture and flavor over powers the hummus. I think I would try it with a different herb. Definitely not something you could use as a dip or on crackers. I gave it 2 stars only because I hope that I can use it on turkey wraps. Will not make again!
This recipe is wonderful!... I substituted ricotta (much lower sodium) for the cottage cheese, but otherwise followed the instructions to the letter. The result was a scrumptious soup, delicious cold or warmed up.
The only problem was I really wanted a hummus consistency as I planned to stuff hard boiled egg whites with it (like a deviled egg, only with this hummus). I'm fairly certain that even if I'd left out the liquid from the cannellini beans can, it still would have been too runny to call hummus.
Kristin? Would you be so kind as to re-read what you put down here in your recipe to verify it's correct? As I said, the flavor combination is wonderful! - Thanks!
Great variation of Hummus! I cooked my own beans(of course drained them) and used freeze dried basil cause I had it on hand. I chilled it and is great on my Pita chips!!
Wow, I was stunned at how well this came out. Will definitely be making it again! Next time I will use the blender however, bc the food processor didn't seem to chop the tomatoes & basil very well (or maybe mine is too weak, not sure). You would never know there was cottage cheese in there. I used raw garlic bc I wanted the spiciness. Ate it on toasted flat bread and loved it for days.
This was really good, I am always looking for great sandwich spreads and dips that are healthy and without eggs because we have allergies.
Even though I changed some things on this recipe I'm giving it 5 stars even with the modifications! First, I used low-fat ricotta instead of cottage cheese Second, as one of the other reviews recommended, I only used 6 grape tomatoes. Consistency was perfect!
The perfect alternative to mayo on a healthy wrap. Don't get me wrong, it tastes nothing like mayo but if you are looking for a healthy substitute it is a delicious creamy combination that adds some great flavor. I even used it for a veggie wrap and it added just the right amount of yummy flavor.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 3
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