Most helpful positive review
This was so fantastic! I might not have added quite a 1/2 cup cilantro packed, but other than that I made it exactly as shown and my guests just raved about it. No one felt guilty about dipping away. Even non-cilantro lovers didn't notice at all and sucked it down before I could tell them what was in it! Thank you for a fabulous recipe we can feel good about serving.Read More
Most helpful critical review
Very healthy recipe, but I think it has far too much tahini. Next time I'll add the tahini tablespoon by tablespoon and taste until the amount is right for our preferences. I also prefer a bit more garlic.Read More
This was so fantastic! I might not have added quite a 1/2 cup cilantro packed, but other than that I made it exactly as shown and my guests just raved about it. No one felt guilty about dipping away. Even non-cilantro lovers didn't notice at all and sucked it down before I could tell them what was in it! Thank you for a fabulous recipe we can feel good about serving.
Fabulous recipe! Incredibly simple to make and so delicious! I served it with pita chips and crudites. My guests loved it and almost everyone asked for the recipe!
I didn't realize that soybeans came shelled or unshelled, so used 1/2 of a 28 oz. bag of unshelled beans, cooked them, and put the seeds into the blender. Instead of 1/2 cup tahini, I just used 1/2 cup sesame seeds. I did not add salt. This makes a pretty color green hummus! Great taste!
Very healthy recipe, but I think it has far too much tahini. Next time I'll add the tahini tablespoon by tablespoon and taste until the amount is right for our preferences. I also prefer a bit more garlic.
absolutely loved this, didn't change a thing!
Saw this served in an upscale restaurant and thought I would try it at home. This recipe pretty much nailed it. Tasted great to both myself and my wife. We shall see if our guests enjoy it too.
This dip was pretty amazing! I would hold off on some of the lemon juice because it was a little too sour. Also it taste great without tahini if you dont have any.
I am planning to make this on Sunday. A friend suggested to add a half of an avocado to make it extra creamy. I will keep you posted!! :)
I made this for the first time after eating something similar at a sushi restaurant with my husband where they serve this as a starter. I was so happy to find the recipe here! The only thing I did not have was the tahini, so I omitted it and it still turned out really yummy! Even better then the sushi palce's according to my hubby. I will definityl be making this again when we have visitors. It's quick, easy, and delicious!
WOW this so delicious, I fallow the exact recipe except for the tahini I didn't have on hand and it still turn out great. I'm not even a cilantro fan you don't really taste it. Simple and so good definitely a keeper.
Better than hummus! Love the bright green flavor, and it keeps for almost a week.
Crazy good!!! Will make over and over again1
Way too much tahini for my taste... Would cut in half next time
Our new favorite hummus. My son is alergic to sesame, but it still comes out great without the tahini. I just add extra garlic! This is great served with carrots and jimica. I also use bagged salad croutons for simple dipping.
Good god, this stuff is incredible. I was looking to make something hummus-y but had no chick peas and no tahini. Probably a bad sign... but then I found this recipe! I whipped up some tahini with sesame seeds and oil, took frozen edamame from the fridge, and boom--sprinkle in that garlic and cilantro--and suddenly I had delectable hummus. Indeed, this is surprisingly delicious. I've eaten it with carrots, and I've put it on a sandwich with some feta. Can't wait to make it again!
Best hummus I have made by far! I didn't have any cayenne pepper so I left it out - still tastes epic!
This is one of the BEST things I've made in a long time. It will be my go-to from now on. I was heavy with the cilantro, light with the tahini. Used Tony Chacere's and tabisco instead of cayenne. YUM!
I also did not have tahini...and it was still delicious! such a bright, clean flavor..and it looks beautiful. Something you can feel good about eating.
This is so, so good! I ate this with corn chips. I used only a 1/4 cup sesame seeds, instead of tahini, and omitted the cayenne pepper. Delish! I will serve this at my next football party.
4.5 Stars: This is a great hummus. I left out tahini and added a bit more water and oil. The cilantro is strong, but not overwhelming.
This is amazing! I forgot I didn't have tahini so instead I added a tablespoon of greek yogurt and a little bit of extra water to help with the consistency. I like things hotter so I also added some extra cayenne. Really tasty.
Very easy , big hit!!
This was delicious and it would be sooo good on fish or chicken tacos!!
Yum! Added soy sauce instead of olive oil, less cilantro, broth instead of water, and more garlic.
This is such a great recipe!! Followed the recipe and I added some red chili flakes for an extra kick!
DELICIOUS! Made this last night. Even made the tahini. This will be a staple in my house. Quick and easy too.
Very good but felt like it just needed a little somthing...not quite sure what but I worth keeping and tweaking.
What a wonderful hummus! I followed the recipe with the following exceptions: I steamed the frozen edamame/mukimame beans for a full 10 minutes to tenderness. I had no tahini, so I made it without. I added everything into the processor except the cumin and cayenne, my idea being to taste before adding. I processed the mix until smooth, then tasted. Perfection! Next time, I will make this exactly as written, but for my trial effort, I couldn't be happier. Lastly, the hummus was fun to garnish with a few makimame beans, a sprig of cilantro, and a drizzle of olive oil, which made the dip look as good as it tastes. Thanks so much for this recipe!
would make again. added 5 cloves of garlic but I like garlic
Tasted great! We ate them with pita triangles (didn’t have pita chips, which would have been good too) and everyone loved them!
Delicious. I followed others' advice to cut down on the tahini, which was the right move. I did add more garlic, but otherwise everything else was the same.
One of the best recipes I've found! Absolutely delicious. I way overate it after I made it, and I ate directly without using as a dip. My family of picky eaters really enjoyed it as well. Wonderful, just wonderful. As my family is a bit picky, I cut way back on the cilantro to 2 tablespoons, which is a suggestion I would make if you have folks in your family who may be a bit on the picky side.
Awesome- I don't miss store bought hummus at all-very filling!
healthy, yes, but wouldn't make it again. Followed recipe, but really bland!
Easy recipe and everyone loved it! I used frozen shelled edamame and just microwaved it. I doubled the chayanne pepper since we like a little spicier option. And I used a little more cilantro bc I had extra - delicious!
Very good! I did add a little less tahini than called for (I really just eyeballed it), and needed to add a bit more lemon juice and salt, but those were my personal preferences. Really nice flavor! I would've never thought to make hummus with edamame, but it's a really great idea, and the best part was that I already had everything in the house to make it, including fresh cilantro from the garden! :) I will be making this again! Thanks for sharing. :)
Very tasty! I didn't add any tahini either and reduced the lemon juice. Unlike typical hummus that's smooth, I didn't blend too long -- and appreciated that there was still some texture. Great with naan bread!
This recipe was amazing! Made it for the first time last night to bring to a dinner party and it was a hit! I only added a TBSP of tahini due to some of the other reviewers' comments. I think you can even leave it out and it's amazing. Super quick and easy!
Spectacular. I added a little more garlic and salt because I like a stronger flavor with both of those ingredients. It's a personal preference maybe not for all of you Also I drizzle a little extra olive oil on top of hummus once it is in serving bowl.
Awesome. As good as any edamame hummus I've had in a restaurant. I did not have fresh cilantro so I used dry & it was still amazing!
I've made this a few times and it never fails to elicit requests for the recipe from friends. This is the only thing I cool that people always rave about. No changes no tweaks. The recipe is perfect as is.
Next time I think I'll cut back a bit on the tahini. It's very strong and somewhat overpowers the other flavors.
Love this dip! I've made it several time now and am always happy with the way it turns out. The only change I make is to cut down the amount of edamame used typically by 3/4 cup of edamame ( this measurement is of edamame still in the pod). Just saves these as a snack and then the flavour of the dip pops.
This is really tasty and such a pretty green color. I had no tahini so I used some of the cooking water, a little bit of Greek yogurt and extra olive oil. Ate it with tortilla chips and baby carrots.
It was the perfect St. Patricks Day appetizer. I think it has much more flavor than hummus made with garbanzo beans.
I used the full amount of tahini the recipe called for, and thought it was perfect. I love tahini, though, and the lemon juice offset the tahini perfectly. Great recipe! My coworkers really enjoyed the dish, as did my family. We always keep hummus on-hand, and since we eat very little meat or dairy, this will be a valuable boost to our protein intake.
This is my family's new favorite hummus. I used 1/4 cup of tahini and used dried cilantro, but otherwise made no other alterations. Great stuff!
Used less tahini, microwaved the edamame for 2-1/2 mins, it was delish!