Recipe by The South Beach Diet Online
"You won't believe that this sophisticated spread is also perfect for phase 1. Asparagus, bell peppers and broccoli are arranged on a platter with your choice of hummus and baba ganoush for dipping."
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red bell pepper
orange bell pepper
3/4 medium head
baby bok choy
tahini (sesame butter)
parsley, chopped fine
I only made the baba ganoush, and it was DEEEELICIOUS! Not to mention rather easy to make. I can't imagine the hummus being any more difficult to prepare (or eat for that matter).
Very good Baba Ganoush. I didn't use tahini since I didn't have any, and my family thought the dip was great. I didn't make the hummus.
We took the advice of another reviewer & roasted a head of garlic along with the eggplant. We added some extra lemon (about a teaspoon) juice to both recipes.
Both recipes were good.
Great recipe! I roasted a bulb of garlic and a red bellpepper together with the eggplant, and used them in the hummus. i used less tahini (the fat content freaks me out), and both the hummus and baba ganoush were excellent.
November 2006. Our family's all time favorite snack ... make up lots and keep on hand at home and work for when hunger strikes. Add a little feta and olives, too.
EXCELLENT!!! Best Baba Ganoush recipe I've come across so far!
this was so delicious! i made both the baba ganoush and hummus and it was so easy. enjoy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Seasonal Crudites with Hummus and Baba Ganoush
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 276
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