Serve this flavor-packed dip with your favorite tortilla chips.
This mellow spread gets a hit of bright color and citrusy flavor from ground sumac.
Sweet, crunchy, creamy, and spicy, this colorful salsa is practically an appetizer on its own.
Not all salsas have to be savory. Try this sweet concoction as a topping for yogurt or pancakes, or spoon some into the center of a small melon half or over ice cream for dessert.
Play up the Asian flavors in this spread by serving it with rice crackers or sliced daikon radishes.
Serve this colorful hummus with raw vegetables, such as carrot or celery sticks, red bell pepper, cucumber, or broccoli.
Blending waxy or boiling potatoes with an immersion blender gives them a stretchy, stringy texture that mimics cheese and adheres to fondue dippers. Recipe by Aurelia d’Andrea.
Adding whole chickpeas to hummus gives this dip a hearty, chewy texture. Here the chickpeas are sautéed with onion and spices for extra flavor. For extra flavor, garnish with olive oil, chopped green chiles, and chopped cilantro.
This party-worthy dip doubles as a delicious sandwich filling.
For a spring picnic or lunch, serve this dish as a dip with crackers or spread on pumpernickel and top with tomato.