Beet hummus - Life in pink !
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A few weeks ago, we shared the recipe for light hummus. Here is a new recipe for hummus, this time added beet! A lot of color, high nutritional value and a delicious taste. Why deprive yourself?
Humus is very rich in antioxidants such as manganese and copper, it is essential to properly assimilate iron, itself well present in this legume. It also contains vitamin B9 (fundamental role for the proper functioning of the nervous system, the immune system as well as the healing of wounds or muscle micro-traumas), other vitamins of group B (B6 and B1, which allow the resynthesis of muscle glycogen quickly), as well as zinc, fiber and protein ... Beet meanwhile is rich in nitrate, which promotes the manufacture of nitric oxide (NO) which has the property of relaxing blood pressure and promote good circulation throughout the body and brain.
Ingredients for 6 people
- 1 can of 250 g chickpeas (undrained weight)
- 50 gr of cooked beets
- the juice of a lemon
- 1 tablespoon of oil
- 1 tablespoon tahiné
- 1 case of chopped coriander (optional)
- Place everything in the mixer bowl
- Salt lightly, pepper
- Mix and taste
Serve with dips (eg carrots or parsnips depending on the season) or avocado toast: spread on wholemeal bread, with half a cut avocado and some seeds.
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