Creamy homemade hummus topped with olive oil and Za’atar seasoning. This Za’atar Hummus is easy to make and the perfect dip for homemade crackers or veggie sticks!
I’ve been obsessed with the Za’atar seasoning lately. So after Za’atar breadsticks, Za’atar crackers, Za’atar chickpeas, Za’atar now finds its way onto hummus as well!
Za’atar is a traditional herb and spice blend of the Eastern Mediterranean cuisine. It’s a mix of dried sumac berries, marjoram, thyme, basil, oregano, white sesame seeds, and Himalayan pink salt. There are a few different za’atar spice mixes out there, but basically, these are the usual ingredients. You can find Za’atar in most supermarkets in the spice section or order it online.
How to make Za’atar Hummus
- chickpeas (I used canned ones, you can also use dried ones and cook them yourself)
- lemon juice
- olive oil
For my base hummus, you’ll only need 4 ingredients but it’s flavorful and delicious! Whenever I bring this hummus to potlucks, people are asking for the recipe! It’s a real crowd-pleaser.
The Basic Steps
- Add the ingredients for the hummus in a blender (or food processor) and blend until smooth.
- Add toppings!
It’s easy as that!
How to store hummus
You can keep the hummus in an airtight container in the fridge for 2-3 days. Although I would recommend adding the oil and za’atar seasoning shortly before serving.
Serve the Hummus with …
- homemade crackers (for the colorful party platter, I’ve made spinach & sesame crackers, pizza crackers, and poppy seed crackers)
- raw veggies like carrot sticks
- za’atar breadsticks
- corn tortilla chips
- bread chips
- spread it on bread slices
- use it in wraps or burgers as a sauce alternative
More Vegan Hummus Recipes you’ll love
I hope you will enjoy this za’atar hummus as much as I did! Let me know if you give it a try!
And don’t forget to rate the recipe if you like it, this helps other users figure out if it’s worth a try!
If you don’t want to miss out on any new recipes, subscribe to my newsletter, follow me on Instagram and Facebook!
- Add the chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, salt, and water to a blender (or food processor). Blend until completely smooth (you can add more water if the consistency is too thick).
- Add the hummus to a bowl, top with a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkle with za'atar.
Wednesday 31st of August 2022
I like this recipe because it doesn't use garlic!
Thursday 28th of March 2019
Thank you so much for sharing recipes.Great blog!!!
Wednesday 20th of March 2019
Delicious! Super easy too!
Monday 25th of March 2019
Yeay! Glad you like it! :)
Saturday 16th of March 2019
This should have garlic in it. Authentic hummus has lemon garlic tahini and salt.