An autumnal hummus sweeted by butternut squash and spiced up by Vanns Harissa.
No need to buy flavored hummus at the grocery store when you have this recipe! Sweet roasted butternut squash and earthy Vanns Harissa spice are the perfect partners to the traditional hummus ingredients of chickpeas, tahini, lemon, and garlic. This hummus is a great appetizer dip, but you might also want to spread it on toast or sandwiches to add some protein- and fiber-rich flavor!
Makes around 2 ½ cups.
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