Edamame Hummus? Yup! It’s SO GOOD and honestly, it’s already hard to not be a hummus fan when something is just so naturally delicious AND healthy! I decided to vamp up my hummus game with a twist by using steamed edamame instead of solely chickpeas. Now don’t worry, this is a quick snack so you won’t have to spend hours in the kitchen to make a delicious hummus.
This edamame hummus recipe veers away from the classic hummus modifications like roasted garlic or red pepper BUT it is just as good and adds a whole new dimension on what hummus can be! I mean there’s even chocolate hummus out there in the world and people love that, so this really isn’t that far fetched.
Enough chatter, let’s get to it!
- 1 package of Trader Joe’s Frozen Edamame
- 15 oz can of chickpeas
- 1 TBSP Garlic
- Olive Oil to taste
- 1 lemon
- Salt to taste
- Cook the edamame according to the package direction or if you have ready-to-go edamame, then you can skip this part
- Let the edamame cool
- Rinse and drain chickpeas
- Add edamame and chickpeas to a food processor (blender would probably work too but I haven’t tried that)
- Mix in the garlic, lemon, salt and olive oil
- Process it all together
- Top with a little extra olive oil and your favorite fixings (feta, sunflower / pumpkin seeds, harissa, etc.)