I have been doing a lot of meringue experimentation. Therefore, I have a lot of cooked beans! Today I wanted to do a twist on my basic hummus so I steamed some carrots and voila, orange hummus, as I like to call it. Flavored with cumin, it is a really nice variation. * I have also made this […]Continue reading "Orange (Carrot) Hummus"
My next trip is going to have to be to Omaha, Nebraska because that’s where Isa Moskowitz has opened her own vegan restaurant Modern Love. If I stare at the new August menu long enough will the food magically appear on my table?! A few weeks ago I got to meet the gal herself downtown at […]Continue reading "Roasted Garlic Hummus Plate"
This is an oil free version of my basic hummus recipe. I doubled the amount of water and left out the oil. It is creamy and tasty! No one that I served it to knew the difference! 1 cup cooked garbanzo beans (chickpeas) 1/2 hot bean water (or hot water) 1 heaping tablespoon tahini (optional) […]Continue reading "Oil Free Hummus"
I LOVE this hummus. It was a spontaneous creation one day when I had leftover black beans. Tonight I decided to top it with curried cauliflower which is based on a tartine from Le Pain Quotidien. Seriously, please make this. You will thank me. Curried Cauliflower 1/2 head cauliflower 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 teaspoon cumin […]Continue reading "Curried Cauliflower & Black Bean Hummus Tartines"
The challenge from my husband went like this. “I went to Le Pain Quotidien for lunch and had green pea hummus. Can you make it?” Sure… I started by thinking I would use my regular hummus recipe and sub 1/2 cup green peas for chickpeas. Then I was not sure about the tahini or garlic. […]Continue reading "Le Pain Quotidien at Home: Green Pea Hummus Plate"