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Roast sweet potatoes in the preheated oven until soft, about 45 minutes; let cool. Cut sweet potatoes in half lengthwise. Step 4 Combine garbanzo beans and olive oil in a blender and pulse several times to mash. Sweet Potato Hummus Recipe at the Kentucky Derby.

The 2020 Kentucky Derby is the 146th renewal of The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. Live odds, betting, horse bios, travel info, tickets, news, and updates from Churchill Downs Race Track. Once the sweet potato is roasted add it, chickpeas, garlic, salt, black pepper, cumin, paprika, maple syrup, extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, water and tahini to a food processor or blender. Then just blend until your hummus is smooth and creamy. Serve up this sweet potato hummus with an extra drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and sprinkle.

Sweet Potato Hummus Be the first to rate & review! Sweet potatoes’ orange glow gives away their beta-carotene content. By serving this dip with.

Place a rack in upper third of oven and preheat to 375°. Scatter sweet potato and garlic across a parchment-lined baking sheet, generously. Sweet Potato Hummus Hummus is a perfect party snack or finger food – if only it weren’t made out of chickpeas! Here though, you can get that creamy, dip-friendly texture without any legumes at all: just use mashed sweet.

To make hummus, place cooked sweet potato and remaining hummus ingredients in large food processor. Cover; process until smooth. If. Sweet Potato Hummus With a little planning, it’s easy to whip up a batch of hummus for unexpected guests, a potluck or an after-school snack.

I. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Place the sweet potato on a rimmed baking sheet and pierce it a few times with the tip of a knife. Bake the.

Meet my new favorite snack, spicy sweet potato hummus! It’s brilliant orange and bursting with flavor, both savory and sweet. I’ve been eating it with everything: pita wedges, bite-sized vegetables, toasted bagels and quesadillas.

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Transfer the hummus to a serving bowl, drizzle with 2 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil, and sprinkle with a pinch each of paprika and dried parsley flakes.

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Garnish hummus with 1 tablespoon thinly sliced scallion greens, 2 tablespoons toasted pine nuts, and olive oil.

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Garnish hummus with 2 tablespoons toasted pine nuts, 1 tablespoon thinly sliced scallion greens, and olive oil.

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In a food processor, combine the parsley, mint, walnuts, garlic, lemon zest, and ¾ tsp salt and pulse a few times to make a coarse purée.

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Or blend tahini with cooked chickpeas; add lemon juice, a crushed clove of garlic, and olive oil for a highly nutritious dip or spread.

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In a food processor, puree the chickpeas with a few tablespoons of olive oil, a couple of tablespoons of tahini (optional), a large clove of garlic (more or less), a few tablespoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice, and about a teaspoon of cumin, along with salt and pepper.

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Add the mashed sweet potato, beans, lime juice, almond butter, soy sauce, 2 tablespoons (30g) hot water, curry paste, basil, coriander, and salt to a food processor; process for 3 to 4 minutes or until very smooth.

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This recipe is the base for a fantastic hummus (page 276), but also delicious on its own.

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Add the remaining tablespoon each oil and cheese, along with the parsley, and mix well.

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Garnish hummus with 2 tablespoons toasted sliced almonds, 2 teaspoons minced fresh parsley, and extra-virgin olive oil.

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  • 4:32 I feel bad we didn’t make the pita ��… can you do another show where you show us the recipe for your pitas ��? Gluten free if you’re feeling brave?! �������� love your mini shows! Thanks for making this info free! ��������

  • OMG I am so happy to find your recipe for bean-free hummus!!! I prefer a grain-free legume-free diet, and I can’t wait to try this!!!!! Gonna go out and buy some tahini right now:)

  • I am so excited that I randomly stumbled upon your Channel. I can’t wait to try this simple, delicious recipe! You and your mom crack me up! ��❤ Great video! You have a new subscriber!

  • I LOVE this idea. I am having issues with digesting beans. These things start happening when you start to get older (and I love beans!). Think it is the skins causing the problem. And I love hummus. You are the Bomb. (Again, showing my age since I think “the bomb” is an eighties phrase, oh well��⭐❤)

  • So hummus is literally just mashed garbanzo, or in this case, mashed sweet potato. Then where the hell does the hummus name comes from

  • The “flavors mingle marry and get to know each other”

    French chef: “But not so long as they start to become annoyed with each other.”

  • Hi Sam, I love you recipes in you blog:) Nice to see you on youtube:)!! good luck on you tube, Sam and at least million views for each:)!

  • I guess I’m in the minority as I don’t like traditional hummus, so I can’t wait to make this! I love sweet potatoes in any form, so this “hummus” will be to my taste!!

  • I’m sitting here eating leftover pizza, and thinking to myself “How I’d love to be a guest in Chef John’s home for just one day”. I imagine I’d eat better on that one day than I do all year on my own.

  • Looks great (minus the bone broth). I’d prefer to steam rather than boil the sweet potatoes. Another good one is white bean hummus.

  • …have a long car trip planned… I love fart jokes. I’ve already ordered some spelt flour, but I bet it will work well with barley flour (which I happen to have.)

  • My question for you is can you start doing vlogs? I’m 100% sure you will hit over 1Mil if you have good editing skills and…..I will be subbing for sure XD

  • LIKE YOUR VIDEOS!
    I see you made a note about “HUMMUS” but I’ll make my comment anyway..
    HUMMUS is Arabic for GARBANZO BEANS!
    What is called HUMMUS, is a short for MUDAMAS HUMMUS which is, in a CHEF’s lingo’ “PUREE of GARBANZO”

    So in general, instead of “HUMMUS” the French “PUREE” is better
    “PUREE OF SWEET POTATOES” is best, as far as I am concerned… but NOT HUMMUS….. LOL

    BEST TO ALL

  • Have I been using my lemon juicer wrong all these years??? I put my lemon in the other way �� but I get a lot of juice out so…. You two are adorable!!!!

  • Ooh DOC this so yummy always thank you,I hope you realise the impact you on people health with easy approach personality, it shows ACCROSS the screen now you tube is worth it.TRULY THANK YOU FOR INTRODUCIMG BONE BROTH.PLEASE CAN YOU DO KOSHER,HALAL TO WIDEN YOUR CLIENTELE TO THE JEWS AND MISLIMS.THANK YOU.

  • Ooh it sounds delicious, I imagine it’s packed full of flavour and makes a change from all the baking, which is great sometimes. Your brother seems as great in the kitchen as you Kate, maybe it runs in the family. Everyone’s mentioning bake off on here and I’d love to know who you want to win. Will you be recording any of the technical challenges this year?

  • Just made this with purple sweet potatoes and it turned out excellent! Had to use a bit more water and tahini as purple sweet potatoes tend to be a bit drier, but it’s all worth it for the stunning color! And if you add a bit more lemon juice, it helps to brighten the color even more!

  • Jane ALWAYS has a slight attitude. I’m starting to notice it in a lot of their videos. She’s very impatient and always rushing everyone it’s very awkward.the way you guys abruptly end ypur video is poor quality ��������