Edamame Hummus for #SundaySupper

We are all seeing lots of GREEN over here at #SundaySupper! Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, and Thursday is the first day of spring — finally! Today we are sharing all things green, from drinks to desserts and everything in between! DB a.k.a Crazy Foodie Stuntman is our host today and as always, we have a huge variety of dishes to share. 

I’m sure all of you experiencing the polar vortex are certainly happy to know that spring is just around the corner. Hopefully this means warmer weather and no more snow storms! For us Floridians, it’s just another day of sunshine. 🙂 Not to rub it in your face or anything…

There are a lot of different angles I could have taken for today’s theme. Did I want to use green food coloring or a green vegetable to give color to an otherwise not-green food? Or did I just want to stick to the tried and true nature of a green food? I have been itching to make edamame hummus for a while. I love when #SundaySupper motivates me to make recipes that have been sitting on the back burner.

Edamame Hummus for #SundaySupper


I am in love with the color of this hummus. Bright green… Not lime, but not sea foam. It’s absolutely gorgeous. I had a little bit of trouble figuring out how to create this yummy dip; I know tahini is a staple ingredient in any hummus, but I didn’t have any and my Publix didn’t carry it. Tahini is a paste made from sesame seeds, so I know I needed to keep that same flavor profile. I had a feeling sesame oil would do the trick.

Edamame Hummus for #SundaySupper

Celebrate St. Patty’s Day, spring, and anything else that may be happening in your life with the #SundaySupper family! Check out all of the GREENS we’ve got going on!


Green Light Appetizers and Sides

Getting Greens Through Salads

Entreés That Will Leave You Green With Envy

Desserts and Beverages That Will Make Others Turn Green

Edamame Hummus for #SundaySupper

Edamame Hummus

1 cup frozen unshelled edamame, thawed
2 oz. water
1 1/2 tbsp sesame oil
juice of 1 fresh lemon
2 tbsp Gourmet Garden garlic
5-6 fresh mint leaves1 tbsp cumin
kosher salt

Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend well. This hummus is intended to be free of clumps so continue blending until smooth and creamy. Serve with vegetable crudités or your choice of crackers/chips.


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Hello! I’m Shaina – a Delray Beach, Florida resident, foodie, and lifestyle blogger. I love exploring South Florida and beyond, and sharing everything from my favorite restaurants, products and more with you! See more by following along on Instagram:  @takeabiteoutofboca

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