July 5, 2014
Creamy, smooth and slightly sweet, this sweet potato hummus is perfect for dips, sandwiches or eaten straight on a spoon! The sweet potato adds vitamin C and A, is anti-inflammatory, regulates blood sugar and has antioxidants. The curry boasts another long list of benefits and is a nice compliment to the sweetness in the sweet potato.
1If you are using dry garbanzo beans put them to soak in water overnight. The next morning drain the liquid, add new liquid and boil on the stove for about 3 hours. When the beans are soft take them off the heat.
2Meanwhile, put the sweet potato in the oven at 375 for one to two hours.
3When the sweet potato is soft, left it cool.
4Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend. Add a few tablespoons of water if needed to make it creamy.
I love having hummus around for snacks or meals, it’s a great go-to spread. I enjoy making hummus because it doesn’t require perfect measurements. When you make the recipe, add your own flare or change the measurements according to your preference. Some people like their hummus to have more citrus, nuttier flavor from the tahini, saltier or creamier. It’s up to you. Taste the hummus as you go along and add accordingly.
Recipe by Annalisa Fredrickson
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