Recipe by tastywhalebacon
"Tasty! Utterly tasty! Enjoy with pita chips or tortilla chips. Garnish with cilantro sprigs."
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1 (15 ounce) can
garbanzo beans, drained
fresh cilantro, or to taste
jalapeno pepper, stemmed and diced - or to taste
olive oil, or as needed
salt and ground black pepper to taste
garlic powder, or to taste
This was a great recipe- very tasty. I also added a splash of lime juice. Fresh, it was delicious, but after a day, the flavors infused more and it was even better.
This is a very good recipe but be carful when you add cilantro, if it's really dry it won't blend very well. After adding a cup of cilantro the blender wouldn't blend anything or just for a few seconds. We went through so much time and in the end it wasn't even really hummus, cause there was no consistency. But good luck to you because everyone else seems to be able to do it. LOL!
Great base recipe! Only things I did differently were to add an additional 1/2 jalapeno and quite a bit more cilantro as I thought it needed a bit more kick (and I'm not a fan of too much kick!). I added about 2 T of tahini and added more olive oil for a creamier consistency. I prefer using a food processor for hummus. A keeper, thanks!
Made this dip to take in to work today. It has a nice thickness and a kick from the jalapeño pepper. I made this in the food processor, but had to add a little extra olive oil to thin it down. After testing this on chips and fresh veggies, I thought it needed fresh squeezed lime juice. It was good as written, but better with the lime juice added. My co-workers enjoyed this dip.
The cilantro is so refreshing! Ad more jalapeno if you like a kick. I only used one small US grown jalapeno and it was perfect for what I wanted. I will make this again!
I made half with the jalapeno pepper and half without, so that all my taste tasters could sample this. I preferred the heat of the pepper! Because of starting with dried beans that were cooked, I found that I needed to add a little of the cooking liquid to make this the right consistency. Once all the cilantro was chopped, this was easy to put together! Thanks for the recipe!
Wonderful flavours. Did not do well in the blender. After trying, I put it in a deep bowl and used the hand blender. It needed way more olive oil than a tablespoon. Definitely could use some lemon or lime. Made this for company and everyone loved it. Thanks tastywhalebacon. This is a keeper!
One thing I have learned: jalapeno + cilantro + garlic = amazing! I have been making similar hummus for a couple of years. Extra EVOO is in order, more like 2-3 Tbsp, and juice of one lime. I took this hummus to work last week and it was gone very quickly. A definite winner that pairs well with veggies, pita, or tortilla chips.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cilantro Jalapeno Hummus
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 40
** Calories from Fat: 13
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