Hummus Three Ways

Food Network Magazine's new hummus recipes take the flavors of your favorite guilty pleasure foods and turn them into healthy, high-protein dips.
By: Victoria Phillips
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Photo by: Raymond Hom

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Take your favorite fatty foods and turn them into a healthier snack: hummus. Chickpeas, tahini (a paste made from ground sesame seeds) lemon juice and a few seasonings are all you need to create delicious dips at home. Hummus is as easy to customize as it is to make. Try Food Network Magazine’s version of sour cream and onion chips, pizza and buffalo wings in hummus form -- each serving (2 tablespoons) has less than 50 calories.

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