1 tbsp sweet chilli sauce Husband really liked this one. Always a bonus. Tabasco (optional). At least it gave you a work out at the same time! There’s a number of other typical questions – “why isn’t your hair blonde?”, “do you have a pet kangaroo?”, “did you ride it to school?” but we’ll leave those for another day. Add chopped onion and jalapeno and cook until soft and browned, about 5-7 minutes. Add a squirt of lemon juice then repeat at least three more times or until the hummus is thick yet quite smooth. Place the chickpeas in a food processor or blender and drizzle the sweet chilli mixture over the top. You’re going to love this creamy and flavorful red chili hummus!If I owned a restaurant, this hummus would definitely be on the menu. As with any multicultural nation ‘Christmas dinner’ varies significantly from household to household, if eaten at all. Absolutely delightful! See the Christmas gluttony out with platter of thick, sweet, spicy hummus and crunchy veg. Here you'll find vegetarian recipes oriented towards balancing that fickle line between supreme indulgence and wholesome eating. Taste and adjust seasoning accordingly. On a technical note, if you don’t have a food processor then a blender should also work, just be sure to scrape down the sides regularly. Peel and add the garlic, then add the tahini, a good squeeze of lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of oil. We’ve have had barbeques on the beach in the past, however this Christmas lunch is by far the tradition. A little twist on the hummus recipe. This Sweet Chilli Hummus, when paired with crudités, does a superb job at still feeling like a treat, yet also initiating the change back to normalcy. Apart from a dead arm it was pretty much the same (: Glad you liked it! Blend the chickpeas in a blender with 4 tablespoons of juice from the can. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Add the garlic, chilli, tahini, cumin, lemon juice and olive oil and blend together to form a smooth paste. Drain and tip the chickpeas into a food processor. You can make it as spicy or hot as you like by adding or omitting the fresh chilli’s. . Whole-wheat crepes and a fresh fruit platter got the day off to a cracking start. ¼ tsp paprika Change ). If you want a smoother, less thick hummus add another tablespoon of hot water at this point. Red chilli and garlic give your hummus some amazing flavor. A large leg of cold ham and cold roast chicken make up the meaty components. I'm Shani. Couldn’t find a food processor, so used a Pestle and Mortar. Don't spend your good money on tiny containers of store-bought hummus! ( Log Out /  I really liked how red it gets from the paprika and cayenne. Season with salt and pepper, place in an airtight container and keep in the fridge. Method This also makes a great sandwich spread. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Perhaps. The green chilies gives this dip a nice slight kick. Ingredients 400g can chickpeas, drained and rinsed well 2 cloves garlic, crushed with ¼ tsp coarse sea salt 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil ½ tsp sesame oil ¼ tsp paprika 1 tbsp hot water 1 tbsp sweet chilli sauce Good squeeze lemon juice Freshly ground black pepper Tabasco (optional) Method A moderately fast paced walk along the beach was next…Gotta make plenty of room for Christmas lunch! Is there a bit of self-interest going on? Sweet Chilli Hummus How was your Christmas? When overseas I’m always asked “what do Australians eat for Christmas dinner?”. Whilst Christmas dinner wasn’t an overly rich affair, it’s still nice to get back into a normal rhythm of eating pretty swiftly. Strain the chickpeas, keeping the liquid. 400g can chickpeas, drained and rinsed well 400g/14.1 oz tin chickpeas, drained and rinsed well; 1/2 small clove garlic, peeled; 4 tablespoons coriander oil* or 2 tablespoons oil and 1 tablespoon finely chopped coriander leaves; 3 tablespoons sweet chilli sauce; 3 tablespoons lime juice; 1 tablespoon tahini; 1/3 cup water; Salt and pepper All things jolly, I hope. Perfect for entertaining a crowd! Freshly ground black pepper This recipe makes a great appetizer, or anytime snack. Thanks for stopping by! Strain the chickpeas, keeping the liquid. Links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Taste Without Waste with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. Your body – and taste buds – will thank you for it! Not overwhelmingly so, but definitely be ready for some heat with this recipe. It didn’t take long with so few of us, but to be honest I’m more interested in the food. An Original Recipe by Not Quite Nigella. Thank you! 1 tbsp hot water Oooh what a delightful idea with the sweet potato crisps! And unless you eat your weight in food it’s difficult to feel really ‘blah’ and gummy afterwards. Combine beans, tahini, oil, pepper flakes, cumin, coriander, garlic, salt, and lemon juice in food processor bowl and grind into a smooth paste. I did add salt. This recipe is a fun twist on traditional hummus recipes. I add a few shakes of Tabasco at this point, however you could add another squeeze of lemon juice or some extra sweet chilli sauce if you wish. Some simple prepping in the kitchen – carving the stuffed chicken legs and vegetarian roast-loaf, roasting some crunchy maple and cinnamon spiced chickpeas for nibblies and so on – was followed by the unwrapping of presents. Sabra’s Supremely Spicy Hummus was the perfect addition to this spicy turkey chili.. You’ve got watermelon salad, tomato salad, blue cheese and pear salad, potato salad, mango and feta salad, cabbage and noodle salad…Enough variety to tickle a vegetarian’s taste buds quite nicely. Oh, and I was given a new food processor for Christmas, so I’ve been itching to try it out. ( Log Out /  This goes really well with sweet potato crisps ^_^ yummy. 2 cloves garlic, crushed with ¼ tsp coarse sea salt The lunch is rich and indulgent yet also quite refreshing. ( Log Out /  Good squeeze lemon juice Keep this spicy dip in your fridge to snack on with crunchy vegetables or pitta bread, Sign up to our newsletter to receive our recipes straight to your inbox, Spiced Pumpkin, Cheddar & Roasted Garlic Sourdough, Butler’s Organic Eggs – A Cracking Family Business in Carlow. Though I must warn you – it makes the dip incredibly addictive. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Sweet Chilli Hummus Makes just over a cup. A late lunch with the extended family was the main event. Hot Chilli Hummus Recipe. I would add that oil (best) and the juice from the can (2nd best) are both a lot better than water at emulsifying this into a wonderful consistency like storebought but you may want to avoid one or the other or both for dietary needs etc. Ingredients To find out more, hit the 'About' tab in the top menu... All recipes, photos and text are the property of Taste Without Waste and may not be reproduced without express permission. Will keep, refrigerated, for about three days. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Instructions. The chipotle pepper and cumin lend a bit of heat and smokiness, while the cilantro brightens the flavor. Make your own! Give the hummus one last good blitz and then transfer to a serving bowl or plastic container for later use. ½ tsp sesame oil ( Log Out /  Hah I would never have thought of doing that. Add the garlic, chilli, tahini, cumin, lemon juice and olive oil and blend together to form a smooth paste. Blend the chickpeas in a blender with 4 tablespoons of juice from the can. Transfer to a small dip dish and surround spread with warm pita wedges. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. Makes just over a cup. Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in sauté pan at medium-high heat. Serve with pita chips and fresh vegetables. Perfect nosh for a balmy, sunny day. Hullo! Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. I’ve just become vegan and am testing out lots of recipes. Making your hummus spicy with fresh chilli’s is a good way to give your regular hummus a bite! 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil Between the jalapenos, red pepper flakes and the spicy hummus, this one packs a punch. Pulse for 30 seconds then stop and scrape down the sides with a rubber spatula. You can omit the sweet chilli sauce if you wish and add a splash more lemon juice, however I love the spicy-sweetness it gives the hummus. Add chopped onion and jalapeno and cook until soft and browned, about 5-7 minutes. Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in sauté pan at medium-high heat. There's also many a musing about food waste (and it's many manifestations), with tips on how to reduce it at a household level. After significant preparation in the days prior, ours was a laid back affair (isn’t it nice when it all pays off?). Then there’s ‘chookie mince’ (a cross between a stuffing ball and a meatball), extra brown rice and raisin stuffing and oodles of salad. In a small bowl whisk together the crushed garlic, olive oil, sesame oil, paprika, hot water and sweet chilli sauce.