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Edamame Hummus

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“I love all kinds of hummus and have been meaning to try one using edamame. Soybeans are rich in protein, dietary fiber, micronutrients and vitamin K. This hummus is a beautiful green and tastes super fresh.” - Wendy Cannon, a cooking instructor at the Doctor Yum Project kitchen

Ingredients

Food
Amt
Units
Prep
Notes
1 cup Edamame, shelled (Thawed from frozen)
Edamame
1
cup
shelled
Thawed from frozen
3 tablespoons tahini
tahini
3
tablespoons
3 tablespoons water
water
3
tablespoons
1 tablespoon lemon juice
lemon juice
1
tablespoon
1 tablespoon lemon zest
lemon zest
1
tablespoon
2 tablespoons olive oil
olive oil
2
tablespoons
2 cloves garlic, chopped
garlic
2
cloves
chopped
¾ teaspoons kosher salt
kosher salt
¾
teaspoons
¼ teaspoon onion powder
onion powder
¼
teaspoon
⅛ teaspoon black pepper
black pepper
teaspoon

Method

Blend all ingredients in a food processor or blender until desired smoothness is reached. Add more water if it needs thinning. Top with a drizzle of olive oil before serving with pita crisps, crackers, or vegetables for dipping.

Babyfood Option:

Hummus is a great babyfood that can be thinned and pureed very soft and smooth for new eaters. It can also be a great spread for toast which can be cut into small squares, triangles or strips as a finger food.

Prep time
15 min
Cook time
none
Yields/Serves:
1 1/2 cups

Yum Ratings

😫😟😐😀😍 “Super Yum! I like regular humus, this is similar” —Mac, age 5
😫😟😐😀😍 “Yum. I like the earthy tones” —Brianna, age 13
😫😟😐😀😍 “Yum. I like soybeans!” —Dani, a grown up
😫😟😐😀😍 “Super Yum, it tastes fresh with a grassy texture.” —Leon, a grown up
😫😟😐😀😍 “Super yum! Nice flavor.” —Pid, a grown up