Home / Recipes / Soybean Hummus Recipe Without Tahini
Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

Soybean Hummus Recipe Without Tahini

Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

What I love about this recipe:

  • Delicious and creamy high protein vegan hummus.
  • Perfect for batch cooking.
  • Quick and easy low glycemic snack.

My soybean hummus recipe without tahini is vegan and plant-based, gluten-free and grain-free, nut-free and peanut-free, oil-free, and low glycemic.

Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

How to Make Soybean Hummus Recipe Without Tahini

It’s extremely easy to make this homemade soybean hummus recipe – you simply gather all the ingredients, throw them into your food processor and you’re done!

The Ingredients

Soaked and cooked mature soybeans are the main ingredient in this hummus recipe. Why I like soybeans is because they make a hearty and filling main component without the need to use any oil or nut or seed butter.

Yellow sweet corn is the next important ingredient in my soybean hummus recipe. I decided to add corn for its sweet flavour, and it played out extremely well.

Sun dried tomatoes give this hummus the needed kick – the strong flavour as well as some saltiness. In fact, you won’t need to add any extra salt.

Lemon juice is a must in any hummus recipe – it’s simply not the same without the pungent sour taste.

And finally, let’s spice it up with garlic powder, smoked paprika powder, dried basil, onion powder, and nutritional yeast. Instead of garlic powder you may also use fresh garlic cloves. Also, feel free to add dried onion flakes if you don’t have onion powder.

Optionally, if you feel that the hummus needs more saltiness, add Himalayan salt or tamari to taste. Also, should you love it spicy, throw in some chili flakes or cayenne pepper.

Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

The Process

It’s really very simple and easy to make this soybean hummus recipe without tahini, if you have cooked soybeans ready.

In case you don’t, you need to think ahead a bit – soak and then cook your dry mature soybeans.

For detailed instructions, go to How to Cook Soybeans at Home.

Before you start processing, soak the dried tomato halves in water until they double in size. If you want to make it quicker, soak them in hot water. Discard the soaking water and rinse the tomatoes under clean water to get rid of excess salt.

When you have your cooked soybeans and soaked tomatoes, throw all the ingredients into a food processor and process until you have a creamy hummus. You will need to scrape down the sides along the way.

Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

How to Serve Soybean Hummus Without Tahini

There are a couple of ways you can eat this high protein hummus:

Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

How to Store

Transfer any leftovers into an airtight container or a jar and keep it in the fridge for up to a week.

More homemade hummus recipe ideas:

In case you prefer watching a video, enjoy the visuals below! Besides making the hummus, I also address the issue of soy and phytoestrogens. Do they grow men-boobs? Find out!

https://youtu.be/t6jI640N10E
Full Guide to Candida Overgrowth



Download my FREE Guide to Candida Overgrowth

Learn the Symptoms in Women, Men and Children; Candida Overgrowth Causes, Testing and Treatment.

This comprehensive guide will take you through what is Candida albicans; causes, symptoms, and testing of Candida overgrowth as well as treatment and die-off.

Sign up to download your copy!

Low Glycemic Plant-Based Diet Guide



Download my Guide to Low Glycemic Plant-Based Diet!

What are glycemic index and glycemic load and why those matter.

The list of low, medium and high glycemic foods.

Easy tips on staying on a low glycemic diet.

Learn the secrets of stable blood sugar, weight loss, more energy, and better health

Sign up to download your copy!

Print
clock clock iconcutlery cutlery iconflag flag iconfolder folder iconinstagram instagram iconpinterest pinterest iconfacebook facebook iconprint print iconsquares squares iconheart heart iconheart solid heart solid icon
Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

Soybean Hummus Recipe Without Tahini


Description

Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.


Ingredients

Scale

Instructions

  1. Got to How to Cook Soybeans for the instructions on how to cook soybeans at home.
  2. Next, soak sun dried tomato halves in hot water until they double in size. Drain and rinse.
  3. Put all the ingredients into a food processor and process until smooth and creamy. You may need to scrape down the sides every now and then.
  4. Transfer the hummus into an airtight container or a jar and store in the fridge for up to 7 days.

Notes

Use a few fresh garlic cloves instead of garlic powder.

Feel free to substitute onion powder with a tablespoon of dried onion flakes.

  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Method: Food processor

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 70g (1/13 of the recipe)
  • Calories: 92.4 kcal
  • Sodium: 50.4mg
  • Fat: 3.7g
  • Saturated Fat: 0.5g
  • Carbohydrates: 5.5g
  • Fiber: 3.2g
  • Protein: 8.1g

Keywords: hummus, soybeans

Feel free to PIN the below image!

Learn how to make a delicious and easy soybean hummus recipe without tahini. Enjoy the sweetness from corn as well as the divine flavours of sun-dried tomatoes and dried basil. You’ll need 9 ingredients and a food processor to make this creamy homemade hummus.

Let me know your thoughts