I promised you something green this week and here it is – the most amazing Tuscan Kale Hummus with Dill to brighten up your day. It’s a bit of a fusion between my Sweet Potato Hummus and Tuscan Kale, Hemp and Pumpkin Seed Pesto.
It’s utterly gorgeous, beautifully green, fresh and perfect for spring and upcoming summer. The fragrance and flavour of fresh dill makes this hummus so much more special and exciting, that’s if you love dill as much as me:)
So easy to make and absolutely must try recipe. For the convenience I’ve used can chickpeas, but if you have freshly cooked chickpeas it would taste even better. You could also use a different type of kale or experiment with other leafy greens. I’ve used raw kale, but if you don’t eat raw cruciferous vegetables, slightly steam or boil your kale first.
For me, the dill really brings it all together and I really recommend adding some in. Just blend everything and serve with your favourite crackers, veggies, salad, Buddha bowl, as a sandwich filling or anything that you fancy.
Tuscan Kale Hummus with Dill
- 50g tuscan kale, chopped (1 cup tightly packed)
- 1x400g can chickpeas (1½ cup)
- 2 garlic cloves
- 3 tbsp tahini
- 3tbsp olive oil
- juice of ½ lemon
- 20g fresh dill, chopped (1/3 cup)
- sea salt & black pepper to taste
- Chop the kale into strips, wash and dry thoroughly.
- Drain the chickpeas.
- Place kale, chickpeas, garlic, tahini, olive oil and lemon juice into a food processor and blend until smooth consistency. Add fresh dill, sea salt and black pepper and blend again just until combined.
- Serve with a drizzle of olive oil and garnish with fresh dill.
- Store in a fridge in an airtight container.
Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine says
Ah love the dill! Fresh dill is one of my favorite herbs! It’s just so strong in aroma and taste, but o so good!
Thank you Rebecca! Dill really reminds me home and I love using it in my cooking:) x
Sasha @ Eat Love Eat says
Yum! I love the colour of this and I love tuscan kale! I used to hate dill but it’s growing on me, I have to say! Delicious. And I love the purple radishes :)
Thank you Sasha! I’m so happy with the colour turning out beautiful vibrant green thanks to the Tuscan kale and dill. I always loved dill, but don’t use it as often as I would love too, so more recipes coming up soon:) x
So beautiful, as always! And the flavours sound so gorgeous and vibrant :-)
Thank you Aimee for such a lovely comment! Vibrant describes it so beautifully:)
This is a delicious version of hummus; thank you.
So happy to hear that Karin! I love it myself :)