I created this based on Kandaces Zucchini Hummus for a customer that didn’t like too much zucchini and wanted a different hummus taste. It turned out really rich so I thought I would post it.

Recipe Directions

I used a fresh artichoke and took out the heart so there isn’t a lot of artichoke in here. You can use more if you want.
1. Peel zucchini and chop up and put in blender with HALF of the skins you peeled off. (the peels seemed to add a different flavor but they are strong so if you have a big zucchini don’t add them all unless you want it very green). If your zucchinis are very small, use two.
2. Add rest of ingredients in blender and blend until thick and creamy. Add water as needed to help with blending.
3. TIP: the olive oil lends to the richness so add more if you need too. Drizzle some on top too before you put in the frig.

Queenfluff's Thoughts

I created this based on Kandaces Zucchini Hummus for a customer that didn’t like too much zucchini and wanted a different hummus taste. It turned out really rich so I thought I would post it.

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EJSP's Review

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This is great! Even with no artichoke, only about 2 tablespoons of olive oil, and 1/4 cup tahini. It was a little thin the way I made it so I put in maybe 1/8 cup of sesame seeds to thicken it up.

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carrie - I don't see why not - if you are not adverse, you could use frozen artichoke hearts. My artichoke heart wasn't too big after I took all the stuff out and got down to the middle. It wasn't even a 1/2 cup worth of artichoke.

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Do you think you can use baby artichokes or are the hearts too small? I haven't had a raw artichoke yet... those were my favorite cooked!!!

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Mmmm I am away from recipes and have been avoiding the site so I don't get radical cravings like this oh my... it sounds delish!!!!!!!!!!!

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You mean what color does it turn out? The final result is like a light tan color I guess because of the paprika mostly and the artichoke.

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Qfluff, what color is this? Thanks for sharing.

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it sounds fantastic!

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