Recipe is as follows:
Place all ingredients in a food processor or blender and process until fully blended and smooth. Add more salt and pepper as desired.
I didn’t include the sesame leaves in my batch. I don’t have sesame leaves just laying around the house 😉 I added more yogurt than the recipe called for, and used Greek yogurt rather than standard yogurt.
My food processor bit the dust (right in the middle of mixing)… bummer. I finished blending everything in a little chopper gadget I had on-hand.
Enjoy hummus with veggggies, pita bread, or whatever your heart desires. I tried some on Wasa Crisp n’ Light crackers. Y.U.M.
Edamame is loaded with heart-healthy mono and polyunsaturated fats. Edamame is high in protein (8 grams per ½ cup), and is an ideal choice for getting your 25 grams of soy protein daily, which can help reduce cholesterol when part of a low-fat diet. Edamame also provides 4 grams of fiber per ½ cup.
Great article on Edamame from Cooking Light Magazine.