Kale White Bean Hummus Dip Recipe

Hummus is a middle eastern dish that is served as a classic dip. Traditionally, It is a combination of chickpeas, tahini paste(sesame seed paste) and olive oil with some flavourings! However, there are a lot of variants of hummus with white bean, black bean, etc. Kale White Bean Hummus is another great variation of the traditional hummus, a veggie hummus dip! White beans are full of anti-oxidants and have a lot of protein and fibre. Kale is also a powerhouse of nutrition and this recipe uses greek yogurt instead of tahini, so you don’t have to look for special ingredients. Serve this protein-packed dip along with some fresh veggies or baked pita chips for a filling mid-afternoon snack or post/pre workout snack.  White beans, Kale, Cumin powder (Jeera), Garlic powder, Lemon juice, Salt, Tahini   1 cup White beans , cooked 150 grams Kale 1/4 teaspoon Cumin powder (Jeera) 1/4 teaspoon Garlic powder , or 4 cloves garlic, crushed 1 teaspoon Lemon juice Salt , as required 1 tablespoon Tahini , or greek yogurt     10   10     To begin with Kale White Bean Hummus Dip, add the white beans and kale to a blender and give it a quick pulse for everything to mix.To this add the greek yogurt, cumin powder, fresh garlic cloves/garlic powder, salt and lemon to taste. Blend well till you get a creamy consistency.If you need more liquid to blend, add more tahini paste or greek yogurt.Serve chilled with baked pita chips or fresh veggies. You can also use it as a spread for sandwiches and wraps.Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 2-3 days. (Because of the veggies, this won’t stay fresh for as long as a traditional hummus)Serve Kale White Bean Hummus Dip with Pita bread and Baba Ganoush as an appetizer for your house parties.