Roasted Garlic Hummus with Miso
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This super simple and flavorful Roasted Garlic Hummus with Miso is a great homemade hummus recipe you can whip up for guests! A creamy and umami packed dip, it’s a great vegan hummus that everyone can enjoy, and takes hummus and pita to the next level!JUMP TO RECIPE
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Once you try homemade hummus, you’ll never want store bought again!
Homemade hummus is such a treat, and so easy to make. All you need to make it are a handful of simple pantry ingredients, and your trusty food processor! For this Roasted Garlic Miso version, rich roasted fresh garlic and umami packed miso are added for an extra flavor boost! Add everything to your food processor, and whip up a silky smooth dip that’s guaranteed to disappear at your next party.
Looking for more great dip recipes to snack on?
I love a good dip for snacking on with friends and family! Check out these other great dip recipes for your next party or tailgate!
What goes into the Roasted Garlic Hummus?
To make this deliciously simple vegan hummus, you will need:
- A couple bulbs of roasted garlic
- A can of chickpeas. Make sure to drain and rinse them very well to get all the canning liquid off.
- Some good quality tahini. It’s super important to stir this well before you add it to the hummus. Tahini has a tendency to settle and separate.
- Miso paste. I’m a fan of organic!
- Fresh squeezed lemon juice. NO bottled stuff!
- Sea Salt.
- Extra virgin olive oil. Use a good quality oil for this, as it not only flavors the hummus, but will be drizzled on top for serving (and more deliciousness!).
- Good old water.
Not sure how to make roasted garlic? Get my recipe here!
What kind of miso paste should I use?
Any good quality miso paste you like should do the trick here. I am partial to Marukome Organic Miso Paste. It has great flavor, and it keeps for a long time in the fridge. It’s a great addition to sauces, ramen and more- so I always have some on hand.
100% Vegan Hummus!
Not only is this Roasted Garlic Hummus with Miso, it’s also vegan! Made with all vegan-friendly ingredients, this homemade hummus gets it’s umami goodness from soy based miso paste and plenty of roasted garlic. This is a super handy recipe when I’ve got vegan friends joining for parties and football! Everyone loves it!
More than hummus and pita- serving suggestions!
It’s no secret that hummus and pita go together like PB&J, but there’s a lot of things out there that are super tasty when dipped into some creamy homemade hummus. Here are some great ideas for things to serve alongside your creamy dip:
- Sesame crackers
- Sliced bell peppers, carrots, celery and radishes
- Cucumber slices
- Any type of cracker, even nut crackers!
- Tortilla chips
- Cherry tomatoes
- Crisped naan bread
- Baguette toasts
Storing the Roasted Garlic Miso Hummus
Once this hummus is blended and ready to go, it can be packed away in an airtight container for up to a week in the refrigerator. If you’re saving leftovers from a party, I would recommend removing the parsley before you pack it away in the fridge.
Roasted Garlic Hummus with Miso
- Food Processor
- 2 bulbs roasted garlic (see below for recipe link)
- 1 15.5 oz can of chickpeas, drained and rinsed well
- 1/4 cup good quality tahini (stirred well)
- 1 tbsp prepared miso paste (organic preferred)
- 2 tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice
- 1/4 tsp sea salt
- 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- 3-5 tbsp water
- fresh chopped parsley
- toasted sesame seeds
- additional extra virgin olive oil
- 1. Roast The garlic and Allow it to cool. 2. Add all hummus ingredients to a blender, except water. Blend well until mostly smooth. 3. Add water little buy little until desired consistency is reached. 4. Transfer to a serving bowl, smooth with a spoon drizzle with olive oil, and and garnish with toasted sesame seeds, and fresh parsley.
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