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May 15, 2009

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Cookin' Canuck

Yes! I saw this on her website and immediately emailed myself the recipe. I haven't tried it yet, so I'm glad to hear such a great review.

http://www.cookincanuck.com

jenn

Haven't been to that site yet. I shall go after I post this. The look does have a consistency of hummas. Pretty neat it uses walnuts. Will give this a try next I make a dip.

Jen Schall @ My Kitchen Addiction

This looks delicious. I saw this recipe on 101 Cookbooks, too. I'm starring it again so that I can't forget to give it a try!

Erica

I love 101 cookbooks. She has great recipes, The walnuts in the dip is an interesting and delicious choice!

Eliana

Hmmmm. This looks yummy. I've neveer been on 101 Cookbooks. Will have to visit soon.

Gaby

wow this looks yummy... I'll have to give it a try!

Wendy

YUM! It sounds delicious. I love 101 Cookbooks.

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

I would love the nutty taste of this dip - looks fabulous!

marguerite

Wow! This sounds delicious!!! I'm definitely at least making up some of that oil!

Megan

I really like the red pepper oil - I'll bet that would be great on pasta.

Ashley

Ooo I love the sound of walnuts in hummus! Your hummus looks gorgeous!

Emily

Mmm that dip looks SO good! I love the use of walnuts.

Vibi

Thanks for the tip! If the recipes over there are as yummy looking and sounding as this hot hummus, I'm in for a treat!

donna

This sounds wonderful. Perfect dip! The ingredients are fabulous!!I am going to check the site you recommended.

Tangled Noodle

I wish I could still eat hummus - this looks wonderful!

Desmone007

Sounds and looks delicious! I'll have to take a look at 101 cookbooks... but you did a good job! If you don't mind, I'd love to direct Foodista readers to your blog. Just add your choice of widget, and you're all set: http://www.foodista.com/food/4PPFPRF8/chickpeas/widgets/

Madam Chow

This one is definitely going on my "to make" list. I'm always looking for new hummus recipes to try out!

Jennifer

I made this last night. SO good! The walnuts subbed in wonderfully for the tahini (which I was out of and which they don't sell at our teeny tiny town grocery store) and it has really great flavor. But then, I LOVE red pepper flakes.

I also made homemade pita bread for the first time and it was not difficult and wayyyyy better than the Kangaroo pouches they sell at the grocery store.


Thanks for the great recipe. I'll be making it again and again. (In fact, I had it for dinner and will be having it for lunch with baby carrots.)

JenniHusker

This is right up my alley. Thanks!

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