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    10.29.19
    black hummus

    Spooky, sexy and inevitably chic, this all-black hummus from French blogger Eva Gaillot is the ultimate Halloween treat. Who needs candy when you have a gorgeous nutrient-dense condiment like this one to share?

    The Paris-based vegan recipe developer and storyteller behind The French Coconut nailed a perfect balance of texture, flavor and X-factor with this simple black hummus. Serve some up at your next gathering with a side of veggie crudites, seed crackers or anything else your heart desires.

    Pro tip: If you can’t find black tahini you can always make it yourself by blending 1 cup of black sesame seeds with 2 tablespoons of oil.

    black hummus

    Black Hummus
    Serves 2 to 4

    Ingredients:

    2 cups cooked chickpeas
    4 Tbsp black sesame puree / black tahini
    4 Tbsp cold-pressed organic olive oil
    3 Tbsp water
    1 Tbsp tamari
    1 tsp cumin powder
    1/2 tsp coriander powder
    2 garlic cloves
    juice of one lemon
    pinch of chili powder (if you like it spicy)
    salt + pepper to taste

    Directions:

    Drain and rinse the chickpeas. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth and creamy.

    Adjust seasoning to taste. Keep in fridge for a week, and enjoy with your favorite bread or carrot sticks to stick to the orange/black theme.

    Tip: You can use activated charcoal powder to accentuate the dark black color.

    From pink hummus to pumpkin hummus, grab a few more amazing homemade hummus recipes here.

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    Comments


    1. Would love to follow her blog mentioned- do you have the title?

      Susan Iseman | 11.01.2019 | Reply
      • It’s called The French Coconut! There’s a link in the second paragraph 🙂

        The Chalkboard Mag | 11.04.2019 | Reply

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