Ginger Wasabi Edamame Hummus
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Anyone looking for something a little different for the big game this year? Trust me, I’m pretty sure you will get everyone’s attention when you introduce this delicious green dip — Ginger Wasabi Edamame Hummus!
I was first introduced by a friend to this brilliant hummus a few years ago, but only recently tried making it homemade. I can’t believe I waited so long. This hummus is amazing! Love the Asian twist on a dip, especially with all of the ginger and lingering kick of the wasabi. But beyond that, it’s quick, easy, and way better for you than most dips out there. It goes perfectly with pita chips, or I especially loved this one with veggie dippers.
So be sure to pop over to my friend Rachel’s food blog where I am sharing this Ginger Wasabi Edamame Hummus recipe today. She has a wonderful blog with all sorts of great recipes and blogger interviews, and she just had a super-cute little boy this winter. You will love her site!
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I love hummus!! This one has some really creative flavors! Love it!!
this hummus looks really unique and awesome! Rachel’s blog is so cute too, I’ll definitely be checking it out :)
Hummus and edemame? I’ll grab the crakcers!
Oh good heavens. Give me a shovel.
Thanks again for guest posting, Ali! I bet this hummus is going to make an appearance at many a super bowl party! ;)
I am a sucker for anything with wasabi. This hummus has everything I love all in one bowl! Can’t beat that!
I love the idea of adding a kick to hummus with wasabi!
I am drooling over the idea of wasabi in my hummus. Love it!
I’m totally in love with all the flavors in this! I have a bunch of chips lingering around so I need to get on this hummus stat!
OMG Ali. I LOVE this idea!! I’ve never thought to put my two favorite asian flavors into my favorite ever dip before. I make my own hummus all the time! Now I have to try this! You my dear… are a genius.
Wasabi = yes! Love the KICK! And the edamame…major fan and eat it often. Great idea to merge them!