Homemade Mint Hummus with Mint & Sea Salt Tortilla Chips

With the usual mid afternoon snack craving I was inspired to create and make healthy snack with a twist. Browsing through the foodbuzz.com and reading interesting posts from my blogger friends I spotted FOOD FRENZY RECIPE challenge.
“Recipe Challenge is a monthly contest to find the best recipe that includes a specific ingredient. The concept is simple, but the creativity is limitless, it just depends on your imagination. You must create a recipe that includes the selected recipe challenge ingredient. May’s Recipe Challenge Ingredient: MINT.”

I made Homemade Mint Hummus with Fire Roasted Tomatoes and Mint & Sea Salt Tortilla Chips

I love to grill vegetables, it adds amazing flavor to the dish.

Mint Hummus Recipe

1 can garbanzo beans
1/4 cup of fresh mint
1/2 cup mini tomatoes, fire roasted
1 clove of garlic, fire roasted
1 tablespoons of olive oil
1 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
juice and zest from one orange

Using food processor combine all of the ingredients in a food processor and pulse until smooth. Then grate the orange zest and squeeze orange juice to add liquid.
Season with sea salt and pepper, mix and transfer to the serving dish.
Serve with homemade mint tortilla chips. Mint hummus has wonderful aroma. Lovely fire roasted tomatoes and mint are great, refreshing combo.

To make this amazing chips, you need just a few ingredients, cooking tongs and your grill.
Drizzle flour tortillas with olive oil, sea salt and chopped mint. Grill the tortilla on the hot grill for few minutes turning once.
Brake them with your hands to pieces, dip and enjoy!

Mint contains a number of vitamins and minerals, which are vital to maintain a healthy body. Mint is rich in Vitamins A and C and also contains smaller amounts of Vitamin B2.
Mint has always been used medicinally to aid digestion and relieve indigestion. If you suffer from frequent indigestion, drinking a cup of peppermint tea after your meal may help.




  1. This IS refreshing! with lemon and mint you can’t go wrong :-). And I love the idea of grilling tortillas for the chips! Thanks for the post and for visiting my blog too 🙂

  2. This recipe sounds lovely! I have made minted pea hummus and it is delicious! I love that you have flavored your chips with lime, it sounds like an amazing combination, not to mention refreshing :)!

  3. Kate, thanks…..I am very proud of my hubby, we made a deal:) I cook he takes photos and kids are eating healthy:)

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