As you know I launched my new product company Truvani this year. It’s been a wild ride and very exciting – not to mention, seriously stressful at times.
To source the best ingredients, it takes time, money and a lot of trial and error. We are in the process of developing new products, but in the meantime, I wanted to share this brand new amazing free eBook we put together about Turmeric (full of brand new recipes!) It’s my gift to you. You can download it right here.
I’ve been getting a ton of questions about turmeric lately. Like, how I cook with it… what makes it healthy… what are different ways to use it… etc.
In this new 35-page eBook, called The Ultimate Guide to Turmeric, I answer your questions and give you 10 New Recipes that make it easy to add it to your everyday diet. I also explain why turmeric is an ingredient that I like to eat daily!
Supercharge your life with these incredibly delicious turmeric recipes…
- Jeweled Cauliflower Quinoa Pilaf
- Golden Beauty Tonic
- Banana Turmeric Bread
- Papaya Salad with Miso Turmeric Dressing
- Golden Milk Steel Cut Oats
- Healing Everyday Hummus
- Chocolate Turmeric Caramel Cups
- Chicken Shawarma Salad
- Golden Goddess Pops
- Creamy Carrot Turmeric Soup
Get all these recipes when you download the free eBook here!
I’ll also give you 8 simple ways to use turmeric at home and in your food, some of which you’ve probably never considered (…like using it to whiten teeth!) Plus, you’ll learn the 12 core benefits of turmeric that help to make me feel amazing and vibrant. This eBook is jam packed with valuable information! I hope that you learn to love turmeric as much as I do.
To give you a little taste of some of the beautiful recipes from this eBook, I’m sharing the Healing Everyday Hummus recipe below. Doesn’t it look amazingly delicious?!…
I’ve been making my own hummus for many years. I don’t buy the premade stuff for lots of reasons… namely, most brands are made with inflammatory soybean oil or canola oil and simply don’t taste anywhere near as good as fresh homemade hummus does.
Hummus is very nutritious if made fresh and can be a great pick me up that replaces processed junk in vending machines at work or pre-packaged “health” bars. It’s got a combo of protein and fiber to keep you from craving junk. I love to snack on hummus with red bell pepper, carrots, or celery sticks almost every day. It’s too easy.
The best part? This turmeric hummus just takes 10 minutes to make. You just throw it all into a food processor or blender and blend! I love healthy recipes that are quick and easy… don’t you?
- 1½ cups cooked garbanzo beans
- 2 tablespoons tahini
- 1 garlic clove, minced
- ½ teaspoon ground turmeric
- ¼ teaspoon ground cumin
- ¼ teaspoon paprika
- ¼ teaspoon sea salt
- ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
- 2 tablespoons chopped parsley
- Juice of ½ lemon
- 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
- Combine all ingredients except the oil in a food processor/blender and blend until combined, scraping the sides as needed.
- With the food processor running, slowly add the oil until well combined.
- Serve with fresh chopped vegetables or desired accompaniments. Enjoy!
Download your copy of The Ultimate Guide To Turmeric with all 10 recipes here.
After you make this hummus (or any of these new turmeric recipes), I’d LOVE it if you’d share a pic on social media by tagging me @TheFoodBabe with the hashtag #Truvani. I can’t wait to see your creations and all the beautiful pictures.
P.S. If you know anyone who loves hummus, please share this recipe with them!
6 responses to “Turmeric Hummus + 10 Healing Recipes!”
This is amazing for the past year and a half now I have had a new found love for tumeric and I put it (almost) in everything it has so many benefits! Thank you for sharing with us!
I love tumeric! It has tons of health benefits and love it in recipes.
I’ve already read a lot about turmeric, but never really got into looking for many recipes. This is a great collection, thanks!
I would really like a reply back on what to do with making this without the oil or salt and removing the garlic clove and using something else to get the garlic flavour. Please get back to me.
I think making homemade hummus is such a good idea. I used to think it was a big deal when people made their own, until my husband was the brave one and decided he would try to, since we have a food processor! Piece of cake…except the tahini was always a mess to handle. I love that your recipe only calls for 2 tablespoons. Less mess and less calories! Thanks for sharing!
Don’t think there were any brands of chickpeas that were listed in this post in Canada where I shop do. Vani Hari do you know how many PPM of Glyphosate is in the brand Suraj?