Creamiest Lemon Dill Hummus
Lemon dill hummus brings freshness and earthy flavors to your table. It is a dairy-free dip and naturally gluten-free appetizer. So, it’s a win-win for everybody!
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Why Make Lemon Dill Hummus?
- Your veggies need a friend – If you’re planning to make a veggie stick plate and need something versatile to go with all of them, this lemon and dill hummus is what you’re looking for!
- Sandwich spread – Avoid mayonnaise or other spreads. Switch to hummus for a while. The dill in this hummus will substitute the herbs you’ll need to chop.
- Put it on pita chips, pita bread, or crackers – the best green dip!
- Salad dressing – Salads need tanginess and earthy flavors, and this easy lemon dill hummus recipe checks both boxes. Make it runnier with some water or quality oil.
- BBQ appetizer – perfect for BBQ days with whatever you’re doing.
- Pasta base – green pasta anyone? This hummus makes a great sauce, it’s vegan, gluten-free, and also dairy-free pasta sauce!
- Incredibly easy to make – It takes less than 5 minutes to have this lemon dill hummus ready.
- In budget recipe – You will need up to 5 ingredients to make this recipe.
Ingredients for Lemon Dill Hummus
- Chickpeas – canned, drained and rinsed
- Dill – a cup or even more if you want the flavor to be stronger.
- Lemon – the zest and some juice. It gives such freshness and tanginess to the hummus.
- Garlic – If you want to make hummus without garlic, this lemon dill hummus tastes just as good without garlic. You may leave it out.
- Tahini – also optional. Don’t get limited if you don’t have tahini. This dill hummus without tahini is still very delicious.
How To Make Dill Lemon Hummus
You only have to make sure all the ingredients are clean, and then throw them all into a food processor or a quality blender.
Blend until as smooth as you like it.
Tip: For some extra creaminess you may use some extra virgin olive oil or add some aquafaba. Blend until you have the silkiness you want this dairy-free hummus to have.
Storage for This Easy Dill Hummus Recipe
It is safe to let this lemon and dill hummus rest in the fridge for up to 4 days.
It is also safe to freeze it. However, please keep in mind that the longer you keep it in the freezer, the more it will change its texture.
It only takes several minutes to make it. Try it fresh, it’s tastier!
What Can I Mix with Hummus to Make it Taste Better?
First, try lemon juice. It enhances the flavors. Next, drizzle generously some extra virgin olive oil – the higher the quality, the better the taste. If herby olive oil is a favorite, then use that for more color. Last, sprinkle some garlic powder, and fresh ground pepper. Cayenne pepper or paprika will supercharge your hummus with flavor too.
How To Serve Hummus?
Serve hummus with some drizzled olive oil or your favorite herb oil. Serve it as a wrap spread, sandwich; spread it on toast; or put it in an egg salad. Along with hummus serve some crackers, roasted/raw veggies, or pita chips.
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