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Hummus Dip with Pomegranate and Feta

February 8, 2017 (Last Updated: September 7, 2017)
This Hummus Dip with Pomegranate and Feta is so delicious that it'll convince you to NEVER buy shop bought hummus ever again! www.insidetherustickitchen.com

This Hummus Dip with Pomegranate and Feta is so delicious that it’ll convince you to NEVER buy shop bought hummus ever again!

Hummus dip with pomegranate and feta www.insidetherustickitchen.com

Heyyy 🙂

So we’re half way though the week which puts a smile on my face all on it’s own but I’m extra smiley today because it’s mine and Nathan’s 9th anniversary! D’awww 🙂 🙂 🙂

Time has flown by although a lot has happened let me tell you! We’ve gone from 17 year old care free teenagers to a couple in our mid twenties living in a whole other country, speaking a different language, perusing our dreams! It’s definitely not been easy or care free but we’re loving it and if I’ve learned anything in the last 9 years it’s that no matter where in the world we are or what we are doing we’ll always have each other and we’ll always be happy.

So today we are celebrating the best way with a romantic home cooked meal and some vino.

Now onto today’s post – Hummus Dip with Pomegranate and Feta.

Hummus dip with pomegranate and feta www.insidetherustickitchen.com

I LOVE hummus, I mean when I make a batch of it it’s so hard for me to not eat it all to myself. I often have it for lunch with some veggies to dunk into it or for dinner when I make flatbreads. Ahh it’s so good smothered over a homemade flatbread topped with spicy chicken or grilled veg! I’m practically drooling just thinking about it.

I decided to make this hummus a little special and different and came up with this hummus dip with pomegranate and feta – ooosht!

Instead of using olive oil to make my hummus I opted for sour cream which I basically live on. Seriously, IDK how can you live without sour cream?

Chickpeas, garlic, lemon, tahini and sour cream are blitzed together with some salt and pepper until completely smooth. Sometimes I add a splash of water to help it along.

I then mix in some powdered cumin which tastes and smells incredible. Then it’s transferred to a bowl and topped with pomegranate and feta.

Hummus heaven!!!

Hummus dip with pomegranate and feta www.insidetherustickitchen.com

See, it’s so simple, ready in 2 minutes and utterly delicious. Enjoy with flatbreads, pitas, crackers or veggies and it’s great for parties or entertaining.

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Hummus Dip with Pomegranate and Feta

This Hummus Dip with Pomegranate and Feta is so delicious that it'll convince you to NEVER buy shop bought hummus ever again!
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Mediterranean
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 8 people
Calories 212kcal
Author Emily Kemp


  • 400 g ~2 cups chickpeas, drained
  • 70 g ~2.3 oz sour cream
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/4 juice of a lemon
  • 1/2 tsp cumin powder
  • 1 tsp tahini
  • 1 pinch salt and pepper to season
  • 40 g ~1/2 cup feta cheese
  • 1/4 pomegranate large (or half small)
  • 2-3 leaves basil finely chopped


  • Put the chickpeas, garlic, lemon, cumin, tahini, salt and pepper in a food processor and blitz until completely smooth. Add a splash of water if too thick.
  • Transfer the hummus to a serving bowl. Crumble over the feta cheese or cut it into cubes and scatter over.  Place the cut side of the pomegranate in your hand facing your palm. Using a spoon bash the outside of the pomegranate so the seeds/arils fall out into your hand or a plate. Scatter the pomegranate over the hummus.
  • Finish with a drizzle of olive oil (if desired) , a sprinkle of pepper and scattering of basil. Serve with crackers or veggies.


Calories: 212kcal
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  • Reply
    September 8, 2017 at 1:07 pm

    So delicious and easy, great recipe!

  • Reply
    Sarah @ Champagne Tastes
    February 16, 2017 at 7:02 pm

    I’ve never added pomegranate seeds to hummus! What a great idea– so yummy and pretty!

  • Reply
    Karen @ Seasonal Cravings
    February 16, 2017 at 6:37 pm

    I am obsessed with pomegranates this time of year and use them all types of recipes. This is such a great idea for a dip! I never make my own hummus and I’m sure it tastes so much better than storebought! Gorgeous!

  • Reply
    Bintu - Recipes From A Pantry
    February 16, 2017 at 6:24 pm

    Loving the addition of pomegranate to the hummus dip. So healthy!

  • Reply
    Brandi Crawford
    February 16, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    wow! What a combination! This looks amazing. Saving this to try later.

  • Reply
    Lucy @ Supergoldenbakes
    February 16, 2017 at 6:01 pm

    Happy anniversary. And this hummus sounds amazing – a great winter twist with pomegranates.

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