Tuesday, 19 August 2008

Caramelized onion hummus recipe


A hummus recipe can be a delicious and healthy treat to eat.

Chefs caramelized onions hummus recipe is a fantastic version of the traditional hummus.

If you have never tried a caramelized onion hummus then you really must try this recipe.

To caramelize onions gently sweat the onions down adding a little sugar and white wine vinegar to produce golden delicious sweet onions. You can see how to make caramelized onions by clicking the link.

Go ahead and indulge yourself with a healthy treat that you can snack on guilt free.




Ingredients for Jeenas Kitchen caramelized onion hummus recipe

1 Cup Dried Chickpeas
4-5 Tbsp Chickpea Water (from the pan)
1/2 Tbsp White Wine Vinegar
1-2 tsp Fresh Lemon Juice
1 Garlic Clove (crushed)
1 tsp Tahini
2 tsp Caramelized Onions
2-3 Tbsp Caramelized Onions

'Click the link to see how to make caramlized onions recipe '


How to make caramelized onion humus


Soak the chickpeas over night in freshly boiled water.

Cook chickpeas in a pressure cooker for 20 minutes.

Once cooked add salt to the chickpeas, stir well.

See Chefs hummus recipe to see how hummus is made.

In a blender place garlic, tahini, drizzle of olive or rapeseed oil, lemon juice, 2 tsp of caramelized onions into a blender and blend. Add your cooked drained chickpeas with 4-5 tablespoons of the cooked chickpeas water, blend into a thick paste.



Place hummus into a bowl add 2 tablesppons of caramelized onions and 1/2 tablespoon of white wine vinegar. Mix well.



Serve hot or cold.

You can garnish caramelized onion hummus recipe with whole chickpeas.



21 comments:

Lisa said...

I just love caramelized onions! Oh, this does look so good!

Paula said...

Caramelized. Onion. Hummus!!! Oh Jeena, this is wonderful! And your presentation is so fun with the ring of chick peas! I like how you stirred in addition onions, too. I bet this is good both hot and cold.

Prudy said...

I can't think of anything in the whole wide world that I'd rather eat right now and for lunch tomorrow. I am making this tomorrow for absolute sure.

meeso said...

Wow, this sounds awesome! I can imagine how great this would taste!

Kevin said...

I was thinking that caramelized onions would make a great hummus and it has been on my to try list for a while. It looks great! I will have to get to making it.

Jenny said...

I am so hungry, I would pay big bucks for a nice bowl of your hummus, it looks so good with those caramelized onions!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

I love caramelized onions and hummus! A wonderful combo!

Cheers,

Rosa

priar's, said...

Hi jeena,
onion hummus looks so good i feel like licking it from the snap:-)
i have send my entry for fishing trip event but i didnt get any response...

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

I love caramelized onions .. looks lovely jeena

Dhanggit said...

hmmm absolutely sensational!! i could just dip my fingers on it :-)

hot garlic said...

Oh wow, yes, I'm sold. I can already picture the way the onions would change the flavor of the hummus and make is so tasty. Is now to soon to make this!?

Pam said...

My son has been on a big hummus kick lately. I have yet to make my own but this recipe makes me want to do it. There is nothing better than caramelized onions. Beautiful recipe Jeena.

Suma Rajesh said...

never tasted caramelized onions...looks nice brown colour...luved small chick pea cute balls...

Bharti said...

Caramelized onions are my fav. What a lovely idea to mix them in to the hummus.

Ivy said...

I love hummus and when my son came back from Dubai where he ate hummus he told me that they tasted just like mine. Next time shall try them with the caramelized onions.

Camille said...

Carmalized onions are a favorite and so is hummus..this should be fantastic. (Making your chickpea patties for dinner tomorrow.)

Rajani said...

hey i can imagine this must be super yum, good combo. I am going to try it for sure.

Maria said...

I love making hummus. I have never done it with the onions before. Can't wait to try it!

hot garlic said...

Jenna I tried this and it was HEAVENLY! It was so, so good. I made it with Rosa's Batbout bread, talk about a great combination! I will keeping the recipe and make again!

kudoskookies said...

OK, this recipe looks AMAZING! Such a great combo that must make. Thanks for the recipe. Print :)

Anonymous said...

Recipe was way too thick & dry,so I added some natural yoghurt & extra chick peas.