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Roasted Sweet Pepper and Chickpea Dip

Recipe photo courtesy of Johnny Miller

Snap out of your store-bought hummus rut with this delicious twist on the protein-rich staple. Any variety of sweet pepper -- such as bell, pimento, or cubanelle -- will work. Giving the peppers and beans a quick puree yields a lovely buttery texture.

Source: Whole Living, June 2012
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Cook's Notes

Fridge Raid
Swap out the peppers and combine the base chickpea butter with cooked dark leafy greens, eggplant, broccoli, carrots -- whatever vegetable you have on hand.

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