When making this Gluten Free Hummus with Sea Moss, it’s important to add the flavours gradually. Remember that you can always add a little more but once it’s been added, you can’t take it back.
Once you have made it a few times, you will have a better understanding about how strong you like your flavours. Personally, I love the strong punch of garlic but this is not to everybody’s taste.
When I make this for guests, I really need to tone it down because they find the flavours to be too strong.
This Gluten Free Hummus with Sea Moss is Vegan and SOS (Salt, Oil and Sugar) Free, making it perfect for anybody transitioning to a Whole Food Plant Based (WFPB) lifestyle.
Did you know that you can make different flavoured Hummus?
All you need to do is add some roasted beetroot or capsicum, spinach or even peas.
When we’re having guests over, I like to create two or three versions of the Gluten Free Hummus with Sea Moss to serve.
I tend to go by colour. So, when making two colours of Hummus, I’ll transfer 1/2 the Hummus into a serving bowl. Add 1/2 cup of Spinach or Peas to the remaining Hummus in the blender and blend until smooth. Transfer one portion of the Green Hummus to a serving bowl.
If I’m making the Hummus trifecta, I’ll be using the red spectrum. What you need to do is prepare the Hummus as above and then remove one portion.
Add Capsicum and then blend into Capsicum Hummus. Transfer one portion of the Capsicum Hummus to your bowl. Then add beetroot to the blender and combine until smooth. Transfer one portion of the Beetroot Hummus to a serving bowl.
Sprinkle a little paprika or dukkha on top before serving.
This Gluten Free Hummus with Sea Moss is so versatile and yummy. I like to eat it with Black Bean Quesadillas, Gluten Free Mediterranean Quinoa Salad, or Roasted Vegetables.
If you make a runny Hummus, it makes a lovely sauce, or you can eat it the traditional way as a dip. How you enjoy your Gluten Free Hummus is entirely up to you! Join the conversation on Pinterest or Instagram and share your thoughts!
Last Updated on 3 months by D&C Editorial Team