Sun Dried Tomato Hummus Recipe

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Sun Dried Tomato Hummus has to be one of my all-time favorite hummus recipes to make as an appetizer when entertaining. Hummus is so simple to make, even up to a few days before serving, and is always a crowd-pleaser.

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Making it perfect for every thing from packing in lunch boxes, after school snacks, picnics, tailgating, to showers. And that’s why I’m so excited to share my Sun Dried Tomato Hummus recipe today for Aggie’s Baby Shower.

 

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Aggie has to be one of the sweetest people I’ve ever had the opportunity to know. Kind, thoughtful, funny, and would do anything in the world for you. As my grandmother would have said, “she’s good people.”

Aggie shares healthy, delicious recipes on her blog, Aggie’s Kitchen. I promise, you’ll find so many dishes there you just “have” to make!

Which brings me back to this sun dried tomato hummus recipe. I just know this is a recipe if Aggie were in my home, she’d appreciate and enjoy. Healthy, delicious, and full of flavor. You can serve it with pita bread, pita chips, or an array of cut up vegetables. Heavens, you can also use it as a sandwich spread if you like. And you’ll want to, believe me. This stuff is to die for!

So, let me show you how I make it.

 

Sundried Tomato Hummus | ©addapinch.com

 

My sun dried tomato hummus begins with just a few simple ingredients, lemon juice, tahini, olive oil, garlic, cumin, salt, chickpeas, and of course, good sun dried tomatoes.

 

Sundried Tomato Hummus | ©addapinch.com

 

You’ll want to use a good blender, like this Blendtec, or food processor to make the smoothest and creamiest hummus recipe. You’ll want to add your ingredients in a certain order to also get the creamiest hummus. The order I follow is listed in the instructions portion of the recipe below.

 

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And once it is finished, just top it with additional sun dried tomatoes and a bit of the oil from the tomatoes for the perfect ending touch.

 

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I hope you love it, here’s my Sun Dried Tomato Hummus Recipe.

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Sun Dried Tomato Hummus Recipe
 
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Sun Dried Tomato Hummus makes a wonderful addition to any get together or as a sandwich spread or snack. Get this simple, family favorite hummus recipe.
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Serves: 2½ cups
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup lemon juice
  • ¼ cup tahini
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • ¼ cup sundried tomatoes
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • ½ teaspoon ground cumin
  • ½ teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 1 (15-ounce) can chickpeas, drained and rinsed
Instructions
  1. Add lemon juice, tahini and olive oil to the container of a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth, about 40 seconds. Scrape down sides and add sundried tomatoes, garlic, cumin, salt, and ¾ of the can of chickpeas. Blend until smooth, about 1 minute. Scrape down sides and blend again for another minute until even smoother. Add remaining chickpeas and blend for about 20 seconds or until the hummus has reached the creaminess you desire.
  2. Pour into a serving bowl and drizzle with additional olive oil and top with more sundried tomatoes.
  3. Keep in an airtight container for up to one week in the refrigerator.

 

For even more delicious recipes for Aggie’s Baby Shower:

Appetizers
Sundried Tomato Hummus from Robyn of Add a Pinch
Melon & Prosicutto Balls from Paula of bell’alimento
Bruschetta from Sheila of Eat2gather
Jalapeno Poppers from Ali of Gimme Some Oven
Grilled Naan White Pizza Bites from Jamie of Mom’s Cooking Club
Watermelon Feta Bites with Basil Olive Oil from Sandy of Reluctant Entertainer
Pesto Caprese Fried Wontons from Julie of The Little Kitchen
Blue Cheese Wedge Salad Crostini from Cheryl of TidyMom

Drinks
Toasted Coconut Milkshakes from Bev of Bev Cooks
Lemon Cream Soda from Angie of Eclectic Recipes
Peach Sorbet Bellini and Spritzers from Shaina of Food for My Family
Non Alcoholic Berry Spritzer from Lisa of Jersey Girl Cooks
Virgin Peach & Raspberry Bellinis from Milisa of Miss in the Kitchen
Italian Basil Sparkling Lemonade from Marly of Namely Marly
Italian Sodas from Laura of Real Mom Kitchen
Cafe Mocha Punch / or Iced Cafe Mocha from Amy of She Wears Many Hats

Salads
Italian Chopped Salad in a Jar {with Creamy Caesar Dressing} from Brenda of a farmgirl’s dabbles
Caprese Salad with Mozzarella Crisps from Christine of Cook the Story
Pesto Pasta Stuffed Tomatoes from Suzanne of Kokocooks
Grilled Romaine Caesar Salad from Liz of The Lemon Bowl
Herbed Israeli Couscous Salad with Tomato and Mozzarella from Rachel of Rachel Cooks
Chickpea, Avocado, & Feta Salad from Maria of Two Peas and Their Pod
Lentil and Chickpea Layered Salad from Lisa of With Style & Grace

Entrees
Chicken Cacciatore from Meagan of A Zesty Bite
Zucchini, Bell Pepper & Edamame Stir-Fry from Cassie of Bake Your Day
Potato-Crusted Vegetarian Quiche with Zucchini, Tomatoes & Feta from Dara of Cookin’ Canuck
“Straw & Hay” Tagliatelle in Cream Sauce from Flavia of Flavia’s Flavors
Grilled Italian Chicken with Veggie & Bow Tie Pasta from Katie of Katie’s Cucina
Grilled Naan Pizza with Summer Veggies & Turkey Sausage from Kelley of Mountain Mama Cooks
Smashed Chickpea and Avocado Panini from Kathy of Panini Happy

Desserts
Fresh Blueberry Shortbread with Lemon Cream Frosting from Sommer of A Spicy Perspective
Crostata di Mango from Lora of Cake Duchess
Italian Ice from Kristen of Dine & Dish
Roasted Banana and Nutella S’mores Bruschetta from Jenny of Picky Palate
Italian Cream Cake from Deborah of Taste and Tell
Panna cotta from Leslie of The hungry housewife
Fortune Cookies from Shari of Tickled Red
Baby Vanilla Bean Scones a la Starbucks from Tara of Unsophisticook

DISCUSS

  1. 16

    Robyn says

    We are positively ADDICTED to a certain big-name-brand’s spicy 3 pepper hummus. It’s expensive! Do you have any tweaks that would create that spicy taste? I’ve been unsuccessful getting homemade hummus creamy, so I’m definitely going to try your method.

  2. 18

    says

    Robyn, she really is the sweetest! I love this hummus recipe especially because I love sundried tomatoes!! Thank you so much for joining in with us!

  3. 29

    says

    You hit the nail on the head…Aggie is definitely “good people”. This hummus sounds fantastic. I’ll bet it would be wonderful tucked inside of a vegetarian salad wrap.

  4. 32

    says

    You touched my heart sweet Robyn, thank you!! I love your Grandma’s words…that’s how I like to describe people I meet and love, thank you with all my heart.

    And this hummus. Um, yes please! Ironically I have all those ingredients in my house, surprise surprise! I would be hanging out by this bowl at my baby shower that’s for sure. :)

    xoxo

  5. 41

    says

    I really love this recipe. Hummus is so healthy and it really does taste good and fill out up.
    I’ve been looking for more hummus recipes to add to my arsenal :) thanks

  6. 42

    Jocelyn says

    This is an easy and delicious spread. I put it on my husband’s sandwich for lunch, and he gave it the thumbs up. Thanks!

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