Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Black Bean & Kalamata Olive Hummus



Good morning everyone, I'm back! I was in Orlando for my daughters' school cheer competition (where they took 3rd place) for the last 5 days. And even though it was a short trip, we did cram a lot in while we were there besides the competition. We got to visit with my Mom, visited the Magic Kingdom, Downtown Disney, Epcot and breakfast with Mickey and friends. I found some wonderful new flavored salts, herbs and rices I can't wait to experiment with too like Raspberry and Lime Frost Sea Salt, Purple Sticky and Bamboo Green rices, and Feta cheese and Indian Curry powders. 

Thank you once again to my Guest Bloggers, Bia Rich, Mia Reiter and Lauren Kelly for filling in while I was away. If anyone else is interested in being a Guest Blogger in the future, simply email me at carrieexpktchn@optonline.net. 

And now for today's recipe....

During one of my recent trips to the store, I found these new flavored tortilla chips made with olives, garlic and sea salt by Food Should Taste Good. I decided that a nice hummus would go nice with them rather than my normal salsa, but didn't have any chick peas, so I made this quick dip with black beans and kalamata olives. It was fantastic, filling and healthy to boot!


Black Bean & Kalamata Olive Hummus
1-15oz. Can Black Beans, rinsed and drained
1 Clove Garlic, chopped
2 Scallions, chopped
1 dz. Kalamata Olives, pitted
1 tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Add the first four ingredients into a food processor and pulse until all ingredients have been mixed together. Next, add the oil and pulse again until the mixture is a paste-like consistency. Serve with tortilla chips. Serves 4. 


Points+=3pts (not including the chips)

Enjoy!


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8 comments:

  1. I am Arab so to me this hummus dish is amazing!! Great work and those olive chips look so good too!

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  2. 10 years ago I would have laughed at you if you tried to make me eat hummus.

    Now? After being in Austin and seeing it's served almost everywhere...I LOVE IT.

    It is one of my very favorites.

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    1. Then you'll love this one! It's really very good and especially with these chips.

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  3. I know all sorts of dips - hummus being on top of the list... this sounds great! :) I must try this recipe :) Thanks!

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  4. Two of my favorites - Kalamatas and Hummus! Totally making this ASAP! Thanks for linking up today!!

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