Homemade Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Dip

This roasted red pepper hummus recipe was created without Tahini for those of you who asked me previously.

Let me just say THIS IS THE PERFECT PARTY DIP. It is creamy and yummy with just a little oomph.

But I couldn’t stop there. I had a EUREKA moment, a scathingly brilliant idea to craft the most Mediterranean dip ever.

I got Kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, and beautiful green beans, extra virgin olive oil, and warmed Naan bread for dipping.

This is how I built the ultimate summer gathering hors d’oeuvre that everyone will be asking about the next day.

 

 

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Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Dip


  • Author: MealHack.com
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Ingredients

  • 1 can (16 ounce) BUSH’S® Garbanzo Beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1 package BUSH’S® Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Made Easy
  • 1 15 ounce can artichoke hearts, drained and roughly chopped
  • 1/2 cup Kalamata olives, roughly chopped
  • 2 cups lightly steamed green beans
  • 1/4 cup flat leaf parsley, roughly chopped
  • 4 pieces Naan bread, warmed through in a 250 degree oven
  • Drizzle of extra virgin olive oil

Instructions

Drain and rinse beans and add to food processor.

Add contents of BUSH’S® Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Made Easy pouch.

Fold in artichoke hearts. Top with olives. Sprinkle with parsley.

Drizzle a little olive oil over all.

Serve with green beans and warm Naan.


Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 6-8

And now some random thoughts by me to close this out…

Sometimes you just have to put the kids to bed early, and invite a couple of grown-ups over for a night of snacks, games, music, and laughter. Since we live way far outside of town, through the woods, beyond numerous coves, at the end of a peninsula almost in the ocean, and getting a babysitter is costly and never easy, we often opt to stay in, and have a mini party on our own turf. It’s always fun to host a house party!

This summer, I have big plans. I want to project a movie on the side of our old barn. I want to string up lights and have a piñata filled with wax lips. I want a makeshift dance floor where couples sway together under the moon and stars to Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn records. I want to sit beside the fire pit and toast marshmallows. I want to play charades and a silly guessing game called Snaps. I want to serve all my favorite foods and fizzy punch with sherbet in our big vintage punch bowl. I want to play croquet in the dark and catch fireflies like we did when we were kids. I want to laugh with my friends all night. And by “all night” I mean until 10:47, because I turn into a literal pumpkin at 11.

But alas bedtime is here.

I hope you enjoyed this recipe, and if you like dips you may want to check out our New England clam dip, and a favorite of just about everyone… The spinach artichoke bacon dip.

As always we appreciate your comments and thoughts!

Jillian Bedell

Jillian Bedell is a writer and mother living in a farmhouse in Cushing, Maine. She is very good at talking about herself in the third person. She is co-author of Eating in Maine: At Home, On the Town, and On the Road.

40 Comments

  1. My idea of a perfect party dip is my homemade hummus that is both sweet and tangy. It is served with a bowl of organic blue corn chips.

  2. My idea of the perfect party dip is a selection of hummus served with fresh pitas, pita chips and veggies for dipping.

  3. My idea of the perfect party dip is one that is easy to serve, tastes great with a variety of chips and is easy to clean up.

  4. The perfect party dip is flavorful but not too heavy, and can be used with a variety of items for dippings (bread, crackers, veggies)

  5. The perfect party dip in my opinion is roasted garlic hummus! So good!

    Thanks for the chance to win this

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