This roasted butternut squash hummus is one of those simple, “chuck everything in the food processor” type of recipes. Especially if you roast the squash the night before you plan to make the dip, just chuck it in the oven to roast away while you cook dinner. WIN WIN.
The butternut squash in this recipe give the hummus a subtle nutty & sweet flavour without taking away from the classic hummus taste we all know and love. I much prefer to roast my veggies for dips as roasting enhances their sweet flavour, and gives the hummus a little bit more depth as all the natural sugars in the squash are allowed to cook and caramelize.
This hummus recipe can be broken down into three simple steps:
If you’ve ever had traditional hummus you’ll know that it is very smooth, light and creamy. But sometimes when making it at home, you can end up with a dip that is a bit grainy and not the best texture wise.
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PREP TIME: 10 minutes
COOK TIME: 40 minutes
BAKING & SPICES:
Put the hummus in a serving dish and add any extra garnishes on the top. Serve with flatbreads, crackers, crunchy veg or toasted pittas.
November 19, 2020