While in Mexico a few weeks ago I bought a wonderful cilantro hummus at a small farmers market in La Cruz, about 30 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta. I loved the combination of tangy cilantro, garlic and Mexican “limones” with the traditional garbanzo beans and tahini. When I got home, I tried to recreate this recipe.
I topped it with the popular Mexican chili powder called Tajin, but you could use any chili powder of your choice. You can give it more of a kick by adding in a jalapeño pepper if you like.
I love food! I love to cook, eat, read about food, write about food, and enjoy meals with friends and family. I have been writing a food memoir for the past decade and am just about done! I epsecially love to create recipes using seasonal and local produce. I love to travel and wherever I go I shop at markets, cook, and try to take a cooking class.