Oh, So Good, Hummus Wrap

I didn’t always care for hummus. Not being terribly fond of garbanzo beans, that’s not surprising I suppose. Every so often, though, I like to go back to foods I don’t care for and see if my taste buds have changed. They never did with regard to hummus …. until I tasted some good stuff. YUM. And then. And then…. I finally composed a recipe that took the best of several I had used before and now it’s SO easy and tasty. Here is the hummus recipe and the wrap recipe that I use to encase this Tasty Tuesday delight.

Tasty Hummus Wrap with Homemade Hummus

  • Servings: 2-4
  • Difficulty: easy
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Hummus Ingredients

3-4 cloves garlic
1 can chickpeas, drained, liquid reserved
1Β½ t. kosher salt
1/3 cup roasted tahini (sesame paste)
Juice of 2 lemons
2 T. liquid from the chickpeas
1 t. hot sauce (I use Sriracha)

Turn on food processor and drop the garlic down the feed tube, processing until it is minced. Add the rest of the ingredients and process until the hummus is coarsely pureed. Serve chilled or at room temperature.

Hummus Wrap


1 T. butter
Β½ red onion
Spinach tortillas
Canned artichoke hearts
Kalamata olives, “drained” on a paper towel
Salad greens lightly tossed with balsamic dressing
Feta, optional

Melt 1 T. butter in skillet over medium-low heat. Add Β½ of a red onion and cook slowly for 10-15 minutes, stirring occasionally, until soft and translucent. Set aside.

Grill a spinach tortilla on a grill pan over medium heat for 1 minute. If you don’t have a grill pan just set the tortilla on the open flame for about ten seconds each side ~ just until soft and pliable. If you are one of those strange people who have an electric stove you can use a skillet instead.

Allow the tortilla to cool slightly and then spread about 1/3 cup hummus down the middle. Add a few of the cooked onions, 2-3 artichoke hearts, 6 kalamata olives, and a few of the salad greens. If you like, add a bit of crumbled feta.

Carefully wrap the tortilla, then slice down the middle, and share with your favourite person. This wrap goes nicely with Sesame Blues corn tortilla chips and a tall glass of your favourite iced tea.

4-14-2015 Hummus Wrap (1)This will be my lunch today πŸ™‚


4 thoughts on “Oh, So Good, Hummus Wrap

  1. Oh but you’re speaking my language! And I love hummus, so this is a slam-dunk! Love the artichokes on your wrap! What a healthy meal, too. I was already thinking of trying a new recipe tonight for beet hummus. I keep seeing it show up on some vegetarian blogs and it sounds a little odd to me, but worth trying. I have beets–again– from my weekend’s farmer’s produce box and I’m getting tired of them. I’ll let you know how it works out.


  2. Glad that you’ve come around on hummus. I have yet to try to make my own but it has to be a whole lot cheaper than buying it in the little tubs at the grocery store. Thanks for sharing this recipe! I would like to explore with some different flavors and varieties.

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    1. Yes, the ridiculous price in grocery stores was part of my inspiration for learning to make my own. Salad dressing, mayo, ketchup… I’ll buy those. And quality, too. But, hummus? No way πŸ™‚ My husband is glad I’ve come around, too, as he has always been a fan. Thanks for stopping by and commenting! It’s always a joy to connect with my fellow bloggers! Wishing you a lovely AND Abundant day πŸ™‚ ~ Lisa


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