If you're in search of an easy and delicious hummus recipe but want something a bit different than the traditional chickpea dip, this edamame hummus is just the right fix! Edamame beans, when pureed, aren't as dense as chickpeas so the texture of this hummus is light, almost fluffy, but strong enough to hold deep flavors and a satisfying bite. The light green color of this hummus is a beautiful compliment to your fresh seasonal produce.
I like making a meal out of hummus by serving it with a variety of fresh vegetables, a few slices of pita bread and a little bowl of olives and feta in olive oil. Add a variety of fresh herbs to your hummus for additional flavor or mix it up when you make a new batch by adding in varying combinations of herbs (cilantro, dill + mint, basil + chives), roasted peppers, or a teaspoon of curry powder.
You can find the recipe on Bonnie Plants' website by clicking the button or image, below.