A classic appetizer that’s quick and easy to prep and set out before a meal, roasted garlic adds depth to the flavor of traditional chickpea hummus. Plus, fresh oregano, lemon, and a dash of cayenne make this homemade dip extra special, and delicious. Want to try it at home? Read more and get the recipe now on Foodal.
Looking for an easy snack or appetizer that everyone will love? This Spicy Cilantro Jalapeño Hummus is the recipe you need. A creamy dip that packs the perfect amount of heat into every flavorful bite, the combination of jalapeño and cilantro will tickle your taste buds with herbaceousness and spice. Read more now.
When you want to squeeze more greens into your diet in a new, exciting way, try whipping up a batch of this flavorful kale basil hummus. The richness of the bean dip is elevated with the addition of leafy greens and fresh herbs, giving it a fresh flavor that even those opposed to greens will not be able to stop eating.
Looking for something healthy to munch on, that you can get excited about? Sun-dried tomatoes and roasted garlic add tangy, sweet flavor to homemade hummus, the perfect protein-packed dip for snacking. And it’s easy to whip up a batch in the food processor. What are you waiting for? Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Need a new dip to serve? Get ready to dunk all of those carrot sticks, celery slices, and pita pieces into something a little different. Try our healthy hummus inspired by baba ghanoush! We combine all the classic flavors of hummus you love with perfectly roasted eggplant and garlic. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
It’s hot and it’s cold. It’s got a hint of spice while it’s really refreshing at the same time. It may sound like an oxymoron, but this mango salsa recipe proves that this unique balance of flavor, temperature and texture is not only possible, but delicious. With additional ingredients as vibrant as jalapeno, purple onion, and cilantro, this recipe looks as good as it tastes. Give it a try today.
Lacto-fermentation is the natural process whereby the starches and sugars in vegetables and fruit convert to lactic acid through the presence of a friendly lactic-acid producing bacteria. It’s been used for centuries, since far before the advent of refrigerators and freezers came along to preserve produce shelf life. Learn how to make your own salsa with this method now!