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Moroccan Style Hummus with Caramelized Onions and Roasted Peppers

Posted on: 24th Feb 2011

homemade hummus recipe



  • hand blender / food processor


  1. Place cubed peppers on baking tray and bake in the oven preheated to 200°C (392°F) until browned, leave aside.
  2. In meantime caramelize onions on butter.
  3. Then blend all ingredients together, except salt, adding a little bit of boiled water or more oil if the consistence is too thick.
  4. Finally season to taste with salt and serve chilled with some fresh crunchy bread or on the top of crumpets.

Make 1 cup of hummus.


Taste good also with pasta.

More Moroccan style recipes:

Jeanne of Cook Sister made spicy Moroccan chicken tagine for both starfish and corpse sleepers ;)

She made as well Moroccan roasted vegetables with couscous…

and Moroccan lamb shank tagine with Ras el Hanout and apricots.

Margot DOLEWSKA DYERMargot DOLEWSKA DYER is Brighton based blogger dedicated to crafts, recipes, reviews, food styling and photography. She is also behind 416 Studios specializing in web design & photo retouching. You can connect with her via Google+.

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  1. This sounds so delicious Margot. I wish I had some pita bread or even veggie sticks right now.

  2. I’m always looking for ways to spice up home-made hummus, and I’m loving the idea of making it Moroccan!

  3. Oooh ,..;waw!!! Your specila hummus looks so tasty & fab too!

    I love to savour different types of hummus! Looks so tasty!

    I am going to make your thyme & leek risotto tomorow!

  4. Margot, how have you been? As always, your dish never fails to impress me! I’m with you for this hummus, sounds great to go with pasta!

  5. I don’t eat hummus nearly often enough. i love it I just need to get off my lazy bum and make it more often.

  6. No tahini needed?

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