Garlic Turmeric Hummus

An anti-inflammatory snack for dipping or spreading.

Garlic Turmeric Hummus

I designed this high-protein hummus specifically for fighting inflammation and disease. Garlic has been shown to help lower inflammation, boost immune functioning and kill cancer cells (it is most potent when eaten raw!). Turmeric, a well-researched spice, is responsible for the bright yellow color. It has been shown to help prevent diabetes and treat depression (one study demonstrated turmeric is as effective as Prozac). Leave a comment letting me know how you cook with garlic or turmeric!

Garlic Turmeric Hummus
Garlic Turmeric Hummus

Ingredients:

  • 1 can of chickpeas, rinsed
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 10-15 peeled garlic cloves, roasted or raw
  • 1/2 tsp cumin
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper
  • water
Garlic Turmeric Hummus
Garlic Turmeric Hummus

How to:

  1. Optional: Roast whole garlic bulbs in oven for 30 min at 400°F (see directions). Alternatively, if your garlic is already peeled then throw the peeled cloves in the oven. This method will only take 15-20 min.
  2. Combine all ingredients in food processor and blend until smooth (add water to help with blending and scrape down sides when food processor gets stuck).
  3. Sprinkle with herb of choice and serve.

PCOS Powers:

  • garlic = helps lower cholesterol, an antibiotic, & blood cleanser which relaxes blood vessels for easier blood flow
  • extra virgin olive oil = anti-inflammatory, studies show 1-2 tbsp a day can lower risk of certain types of cancers
  • rosemary = anti-inflammatory, has been shown to inhibit the proliferation of ovarian cancer cells
  • turmeric = anti-inflammatory, helps lower blood glucose levels, anti-depressant, black pepper increases bioavailability
  • cumin = has been shown to lower blood glucose and insulin levels

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Author: Phruitful Dish

I'm Dylan, the creator of Phruitful Dish. I'm a holistic health content creator, fitness lover, vegan, feminist, and PCOS wellness consultant living in Vancouver, Canada on unceded Coast Salish territory. I obtained my PhD in obstetrics and gynaecology specializing in PCOS, nutrition and mental health.

46 thoughts on “Garlic Turmeric Hummus”

  1. This hummus was so delicious! The turmeric adds a nice subtle flavor to the hummus which is very addicting and healthy! It’s great being the partner of a food blogger because you just get to sit back and try all the great food! Thanks Dylan!

  2. Now this is something I’ve never thought to do with hummus before, but I’d really like to try it! I cook with garlic a lot and add turmeric to curries and other dishes. I love the gorgeous colour it provides.

  3. Hummus is one of my favorite dishes of all time. It pretty much goes with anything and it makes anything taste better. And with turmeric? I bet it’s delicious! Will be making one pretty soon… Thanks for sharing!

  4. my boyfriend and I were just talking about the benefits of turmeric today!!!! We are definitely going to be trying out this recipe!

  5. I recently tried hummus for the first time and I loved it! I haven’t tried it homemade yet so I’m looking forward to giving this one a try. Thanks for sharing

  6. Turmeric is one of my favorite ingredients and it is so healthy for you. Hummus is one of our favorite ways to use turmeric and I will be adding more garlic.

  7. In our country, hummus is practically not common, however, I think it’s time after all to try this wonderful dish!

  8. Fresh garlic makes everything taste better! I’ve heard of the benefits of turmeric. But I haven’t cooked with it yet. I’ll save this recipe and hopefully will try it later.

  9. What a beautiful, simple, but powerful hummus recipe. Love the combo of powerhouse ingredients here! Enjoy your Sunday, Dylan! 🙂

  10. Hi Dylan, I just stumbled on your blog, and WOW, I love it! Wonderful pics, recipes, and I love the plant based and evidence based. Especially the ‘evidence based’ part – that part seems a little lacking in a lot of the people giving health advice online. This post in particular caught my eye, looks SO yummy!!!

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