Smoky Hummus with Baked Tortilla Chips

Smoky Hummus and Tortilla Chips Recipe

After that luxurious hamburger dinner last night, I needed to feel healthy today. I had some leftover corn tortillas and pantry ingredients to make a smoky hummus. The kids love it too!

The bright orange/red Smoked Sweet Paprika is the spice that gives that smoky punch to the hummus.


Smoky Hummus With Baked Tortilla Chips Recipe

Servings: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes


20 8" corn tortillas (or flour tortillas)
cooking spray
sea Salt

15 ounce can garbanzo beans, drained and rinsed
1/4 cup tahini paste
1/2 teaspoon sea salt (or 1/4 teaspoon table salt)
1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika
1-2 garlic cloves, minced
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup water



Heat oven to 375F degrees. Stack the tortillas and with sharp scissors, cut them into wedges.Spray a baking sheet cooking spray. Place tortilla wedges on baking sheet in single layer. Spray tops of tortillas evenly with cooking spray. Bake 12-15 minutes until golden & crisp, flipping the chips halfway through. Immediately salt while the chips are hot.


Puree all ingredients in food processor. Add more water if you want a thinner consistency. Sprinkle a little Smoked Sweet Paprika on top just before serving.


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Comments 7

  1. [email protected]

    that’s a nice recipe, but REAL hummus is made out of dried garbanzos (or actually chickpeas. same family, different son).

  2. jake

    fresh hummus not made from dried garbonzos! maybe manufactured hummus is, but it wouldnt matter because it would be reconstituted with water when made. thats like saying real oj is made from concentrate! and ive always been told garbanzos and chickpeas are the same…

  3. mrshbt

    Dear Jaden,
    I love hummus. I have been buying the pre-made hummus from Trader Joes.

    It will be nice to make my own hummus. Where can I buy Tahini paste?

  4. Bobby the K


    I like hummus and make it from time to time, it’s nice with warmed pita or other flatbreads.

    But four cloves of garlic?

  5. pegrob

    I bought tahini at my local grocery store. You can make it with 1 cup of sesame seeds processed with olive oil, too. I tried that but had no idea what consistency it should be. The tahini is thick but you can pour it out of the jar.

    Must less expensive and good making your own. And you can add whatever seasonings you wish.

  6. Tracy

    You don’t have to use any oil to make hummus, just use a little juice from the garbanzo beans can, or you can add water.

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