Guacamole Hummus Recipe




The world is filled with amazing dips. Two of the best are hummus and guacamole, so we naturally thought maybe they could be combined into one dip to rule them all.

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Guacamole Hummus Recipe

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INGREDIENTS

  • 2 avocados
  • 2 tomatoes (1 large), chopped
  • Half white onion, chopped
  • 1 can chickpeas
  • Juice from 1–2 limes
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • Salt to taste
  • Optional: 1/4 cup tahini

DIRECTIONS

Yes! Definitely one dip to rule them all, but not in a dark wizardy way. There’s nothing evil about this guacamole hummus, except how fast it will disappear.

Start with a ripe avocado. Slice it open and remove the seed (seeds never work well in the final dip). Scoop the soft, buttery avocado into a bowl and discard the skins (skins also don’t belong in this goodness). Dice two tomatoes to join the avocado in the bowl. We’re using roma, which hold up well to dicing, but you can choose your favorite tomato varieties. Yellow pear tomatoes, black krim, brandywine, amana orange, or whatever you have will do nicely, too. Dice half an onion. It joins the rest. Mash and stir away. {pvphgvt0}

Now for the hummus part, you’ll mash up a can of organic chickpeas with optional tahini. Add that to the guac and smoosh them together. Season your guacahummus deliciousness with fresh lime juice, salt, and pepper. You can up the spice level with some hot sauce or cayenne powder right about now, too. Garlic is also a nice touch.

Spoon your hybrid creation into a bowl next to chips or veggies and dip into the thick, tasty dip of your dreams. Enjoy. That is all.

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