Hummus Thai style with peanut, lime and Sriracha. Tool for grilling, for the buffet - or just like that.

H ier has just broken the big hummus love. After the fancy sweet recipe for hummus with chocolate and almonds, I've now switched back to the hearty camp: Today, the chickpea gets an Asian twist with peanuts, lime and the addictive Thai chilli sauce Siracha.

Siracha is In the meantime, Thai has become the epitome of Thai cuisine for many - the delicious bowls of rice noodles, spring rolls, meat and salad just get a bit bigger with a splash of spicy red sauce. It is named after the Thai port city Si Racha. Legend has it that the sauce was first produced. However, it only started its worldwide triumph after the Californians discovered it and used it massively for cooking. It's really addictive, ne. I also always have a bottle in the fridge. There are different brands and flavors in Asian grocery stores and well-stocked supermarkets - just try it out.

I love Hummus, I love Siracha - welcome to a perfect match! And why you should absolutely love hummus in all variations: It is ready in 5 minutes, incredibly changeable, goes well with bowls, for barbecues or on buffets and is even a small meal with some bread. Or with vegetable sticks for a healthy TV snack.

On my Pinterest board It's all about Hummus, I'm collecting recipes from all over the world - maybe you can find your favorite variety here? If you have delicious hummus recipes on your blog or you just know a great one, please leave me the link in the comments.

So and now - click on the hummus! ♥

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And Here comes the recipe for Hummus Thai style with peanut, lime and siracha

Ingredients for a larger jam jar:

260 g boiled chickpeas
(jar, tin or self-cooked)
Juice of 1-2 limes
2 teaspoons peanut butter
1 clove of garlic
1/2 bunch of coriander
1 EL fish sauce (vegetarian take soy sauce)
1 tablespoon Siracha (eg at amazon)
1/2 teaspoon salt
150 ml coconut milk (creamy)
2 tablespoons peanuts, roasted & salted

For the garnish:
2 tablespoons chopped peanuts
1/2 bunch of coriander chopped
some chopped chili pepper
possibly. Lime Slices

How To:

All ingredients (except the garnish) Add to a powerful blender or smoothie maker.

Blend into a creamy hummus. If that does not work right away, switch off the mixer, stir and mix again. Repeat until all ingredients are optimally combined.

Pour into a nice bowl or serving dish and garnish. Possibly. also sprinkle with some lime juice.

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