Today we have created this delicious homemade hummus! It’s incredibly easy and far superior to store-bought hummus. This easy hummus recipe is a delightful twist to the traditional dip and trust me, it tastes awesome!
This hummus is exceptionally delicious to consume over toast because of its warming and smoky flavour.
If you plan to serve more people, you can make this wonderful recipe in bulk and it only takes ten minutes to create. The highlight, though? Nobody will believe how simple it was to make because of how delicious it tastes.
Make healthy hummus for everyone by using this simple recipe.
- Yellow zucchini- 1 cup (unpeeled and sliced)
- White sesame seeds – 1 tablespoons
- Garlic – 3 to 4 cloves
- Chili flakes – 1 teaspoon
- Rock salt – 1 teaspoon
- Lemon juice – 1 (whole)
- Water – 1 tablespoon
- Take a blender
- Add the following ingredients in the above-mentioned amount: yellow zucchini, sesame seeds, four garlic cloves, chilli flakes, lemon juice, 1 teaspoon rock salt, and a tiny amount of water.
- Blend until a smooth paste is formed.
- And that’s it, your hummus without beans is ready.
- Serve along with your preferred crackers or vegetables and enjoy.
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No Bean Hummus is a tasty and nutritious snack. Nobody will ever guess that zucchini is the dish’s secret ingredient. Grab some freshly cut vegetables, then dig in! It tastes fantastic in wraps and on sandwiches alike. This dish is really simple, vegan, and gluten-free.
- Vitamin C, pyridoxine, manganese, and potassium are all abundant in zucchini, which has a special nutrient quality. It has a number of health-promoting characteristics due to these nutrients. Zucchini may aid with weight loss and improve gastrointestinal, heart, and eye health.
- When it comes to maintaining a balance of carbs, which is essential for heart health, zucchini is low in fat, cholesterol, and sodium. The inclusion of fiber in zucchini is another reason why it benefits the heart so much.
- Lignans and phytosterols, which are plant substances that can help in lowering cholesterol, are found in sesame seeds. Additionally, phytosterols are thought to improve immune function and lower your chance of developing some cancers.
- Sesame seeds can also get rid of the germs that cause plaque on your teeth. Oil pulling, a practice that dates back to thousands of years, has been found to improve dental health when done properly and regularly. Sesame oil is one of the most widely used oils in this practice, which entails swishing a teaspoon of oil around your lips when you awake in the morning.
- Antioxidants found in dried red chilli flakes assist in the body’s battle against oxidative stress and advance general health.
- Sprinkle some dried red pepper flakes on everything for relief from inflammation, pain, and stomach troubles! Additionally, they are high in vitamins A, C, B-6, E, magnesium, iron, and potassium, and only have 6 calories per teaspoon.
These quick and healthful dishes provide delicious dairy and meat-free dinners for your table.
- Use an unpeeled zucchini while preparing this recipe. Sesame seeds are a rich source of calcium and are great for our bone health. They can be used while preparing poha, dhokla, and salad dressing.