This hummus is absolutely gorgeous, so it’s a good thing that the spinach hummus recipe is quick and easy to prepare.
I love the bright green color that you get, since the recipe calls for fresh spinach.
We often think of hummus as something that you buy pre-packaged at a grocery or convenience store. However, even a novice in the kitchen can make their own at home.
The dip only takes a few minutes to prepare, so it’s great for surprise guests or for when you’re just hungry and short on time.
The festive color is perfect for Christmas or St. Patrick’s Day parties.
Spinach Hummus Recipe
Drain chickpeas and reserve the liquid.
Combine chickpeas, spinach, tahini, lemon, garlic and salt in a high speed blender.
Blend until smooth adding liquid, as needed.
If your spinach is moist, you may not need any extra liquid.
If it’s dry, you’ll need some liquid to get a good consistency.
Serve with bread, chips or veggies.
Check out my other vegetarian recipes, so you can get more kitchen inspiration.