We are always in the search of simple recipes that are also healthy. Since most people don’t have too much time on their hands, this edamame hummus sounds like the perfect thing to whip in only five minutes. The recipe includes only ingredients that are great for you and your health.
This tasty edamame hummus requires 1 12os package of frozen edamame, 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, 1/4 cup tahini, 1/3 cup olive oil, 1 teaspoon fine sea salt, 1/4 cup packed cilantro leaves, 1 teaspoon sriracha chili sauce, crudites, 1-3 tablespoons water. The edamame should be shelled and thawed. For the crudites, you can use whatever you have, including carrots, broccoli, cherry tomatoes, radishes and more.
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Edamame and Avocado Hummus! 🥑🌱 A great twist to the traditional recipe, to spice up your hummus game ☺️ Ingredients: •1 tbsp tahini •2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil •juice of 1 lemon •1 tsp salt •1 cup edamame •1/2 avocado •1/4 cup water •1/2 a small garlic clove If you’re using frozen edamame cook them in boiling water for 5 minutes. Blend all the ingredients in a food processor until super smooth and enjoy! It’s great on top of toast, or with veggie sticks. You can store the left over in the fridge for about a week (just place the avocado pit on top to avoid it to get brown). I have a little bit left and I’m going to try and make a pasta with it 🙈 How does it sound to you? Have a beautiful day 💛 Ciao 🦄🌸 • • • • • • • • • • #vegan #veganfood #govegan #plantpower #plantbased #plantpowered #feedfeed #letscookvegan #gloobyfood #ahealthynut #thrivemags #bestofvegan #beautifulcuisines #healthylife #eatvegan #foodie #veganfoodporn #veganfoodie #whatveganseat #vegansofig #veganlifestyle #healthycuisines #snackish #foodstyling #eatyourveggies #edamamehummus #hummusaddict #avodaily #veganworldshare
To prepare the edamame hummus you will need a food processor. Start by adding the cilantro, lemon juice, edamame, olive oil, sriracha, and sea salt to the food processor or blender. It will take you around 45 seconds up to a minute to get a mixture. Add one tablespoon water and process it once again. Mix it and throw in another tablespoon of water. If you feel like it’s too thick you can include one more. The delicious hummus is ready. You can now serve it with the vegetables.
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Trying to snack healthier- edamame hummus with cilantro, tahini and jalapeño. And because I read a few months ago a Serious Eats post by @kenjilopezalt on how to get serious about making your hummus smooth, I could not let all that effort someone else put into making this the best homemade hummus. So I spent about 40 mins last night shelling each garbanzo and edamame bean 😇and I loved the texture much more #edamamehummus #healthiersnacking #homemadehummus #lovecilantrotoomuch #foodgeek #seriouseatsafficionado