If you’re like me and regular hummus made with chickpeas tends to make your stomach hurt, then this recipe is for you! This white bean Korean hummus is made using cannellini beans, and spiced up with K-Mama sauce, lime, and cayenne. You’re going to love the unique flavor twist–it’s great as a dip but also works really well as a thick salad dressing or to spice up your buddha bowls!
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When I first realized that hummus upset my stomach I was pretty heartbroken. Hummus is such a good dip for veggies, dressing for salads, and the perfect sauce for your roasted veggies and protein in your buddha bowls. I still have regular hummus from time to time because I’m stubborn, but I’m really excited to have my white bean Korean hummus as an alternative option.
This flavors in this Korean hummus are subtle enough that you can pair it with just about anything. Chicken, sweet potatoes, eggs, I even used it as dressing on my southwesern salad. Everyone always asks how I make quick meals that taste good–dressing, dips and sauces are the key! And lucky for you, this Korean hummus checks all three of those boxes.
Another reason I love this white bean Korean hummus is because making it on my own means there aren’t any preservatives or added sugar. Just whole ingredients and lots of flavor! I’ve been having a serious case of the munchies lately, and I’ll definitely be snacking on this non-stop this week. So knowing that it’s full of real, clean ingredients makes me very happy.
I hope you all have a great week! I’ll be popping back into your inbox on Thursday with a fun 4th of July round-up post and then taking a week off while I’m home in Charlotte with family!
PIN THE WHITE BEAN KOREAN HUMMUS FOR LATER
This white bean Korean hummus is made using cannellini beans, and spiced up with K-Mama sauce, lime, and cayenne.
- 1 can cannellini beans
- 1/8 cup tahini
- 1/8 cup K-Mama Sauce
- 1/2 tsp cayenne
- 1 tbsp lime juice
- sea salt
Add beans to a food processor, including the water from the can. Blend until smooth.
Add the remaining ingredients, and adjust the cayenne and sea salt to your flavor preference. Blend well.
Serve with your favorite veggies, chips, or use as a sauce!