This taco hummus is great with clean corn chips or as a condiment on tacos!
As many of you know, I simply love Mexican food. It’s incredible stuff. I could eat it seven days a week and never get tired of it. So I tend to do a lot with those types of flavors whenever I can, even if the dish is not technically Mexican food.
I’m not sure why I never put this combination together before. It’s really quite tasty and goes incredibly well with some homemade corn chips. And it’s just so easy to dump all those easy-to-find ingredients into your blender! You’ll have an amazing dish of hummus ready in seconds and enjoy lots of good-for-you fiber to boot! It’s simply delicious and tastes even better the next day!
What Is Hummus Made Of?
Hummus is typically made with chickpeas (garbanzo beans), tahini (sesame paste), and other additions such as garlic or lemon. You can season hummus any way you choose.
Benefits Of Hummus
- High in fiber
- High in plant-based protein
- Low on the glycemic index
What To Eat With Hummus
Hummus is usually treated as a condiment or dip.
- Use like a sauce in a falafel wrap.
- Cut up a whole grain pita and dip it in hummus.
- Use as a dip for raw veggies.
- Serve this particular recipe with corn chips, or add to tacos or burritos!
What Does Hummus Taste Like?
It can be a tough flavor to describe, but if you have had chickpeas before, it’s that flavor plus a light touch of sesame. It’s savory and great with many dishes or snacks. The flavor can be altered based on what you add to it.
Here is an interesting article on the best and worst hummus brands at the store. Of course, nothing beats homemade!
More Healthy Hummus Recipes
Taco Hummus Recipe Card
Taco Hummus Recipe
- 1 Food processor
- 30 oz. canned chickpeas (Drained and rinsed. No sugar added.)
- 1 medium lemon (juice only)
- ½ cup tahini sauce
- ½ tsp. salt
- 1 tbsp. garlic powder
- 1 tbsp. onion powder
- 1 tbsp. chili powder
- 1 tbsp. ground cumin
- water (optional – as much as you need for the consistency you like)
- Place all ingredients in your food processor and blend until smooth.
This recipe from the Gracious Pantry recipe archives. Originally posted 2/7/12.