Tribe first introduced hummus to the United States in 1993 in Boston. The original Tribe hummus flavor, Classic, became a favorite in America in only four months, and shortly thereafter Tribe’s many hummus flavors became a staple among American households.
We produce Tribe in Taunton, Massachusetts, about 40 miles south of Boston. Our plant produces the most delicious, freshest-tasting hummus on the market, and we distribute our three hummus lines nationwide.
Keeping our hummus “all natural” requires a continued commitment to simplicity. We’re dedicated to producing a hummus that not only satisfies the palate, but nourishes the soul. Tribe hummus is made with all natural ingredients and is free of artificial flavors, preservatives, hydrogenated oils, and high-fructose corn syrup.
I had the wonderful opportunity to taste test some great flavors from Tribe Hummus! Before I get into the flavors and a few recipes I made, I want to tell you how much I love hummus. A few years ago I discovered this yummy chick pea blend of goodness, I was trying to eat a better and healthier diet. I would purchase tons of veggies and a container of my favorite flavor. For some reason I never thought about eating it any other way, I would just dip away!
The one of many things I love about Tribe’s website is they provide you with tons of recipes! Tons of flavorful recipes! They have a total of 13 flavors to choose from, not to mention organic, natural and family size selections.
The first Tribe Hummus I tried was the Spicy Red Pepper. Spicy Red Pepper
A blend of red peppers and spices for hummus lovers who need a little kick. Flavorful and spicy but not overwhelming, Spicy Red Pepper hummus hits the spot.
2 avocados – ripe
½ cup Tribe Hummus
¼ cup plain Greek Yogurt
2 garlic cloves
1 tablespoons onion (or one small white onion)
2 tablespoons parsley or cilantro
juice of one fresh lime
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp white pepper
3 plum tomatoes
cayenne pepper (optional)
Add avocados, Tribe Hummus, Greek yogurt, garlic, onion, parsley, lime juice, salt and pepper to the bowl of a food processor. Combine together until creamy.
Cut tomatoes into chunks and add to food processor. Pulse two or three times until tomatoes are chopped… don’t over pulse.
Garnish with a sprig of parsley.
Serve with cut up veggies or whole grain tortilla chips.
The second one I tasted was the Roasted Garlic.Our Roasted Garlic blend pairs the sweetness of roasted garlic with our hand-picked spices to create a deeply flavorful hummus.
1 soft tortilla
1 Tbs of Tribe Hummus
1/2 cup of tomato
1/2 cup of cucumber
1/2 cup of spinach leaves
sprinkle of Feta Crumbles
Directions: Spread the hummus on your soft tortilla, then layer on the veggies, finally top with spinach and Feta Crumbles.
With the Roasted Garlic Hummus I knew I would make either a pizza or a wrap, because I love garlic on both of those options! I’m so glad I made the wrap, it took me less than 5 minutes to whip this together. This was such a lite and refreshing lunch!
If you’re a hummus lover or just want to try something new, or super healthy, please find a location near you and purchase Tribe Hummus! You will not regret it!
You can buy the Roasted Garlic, Spicy Red Pepper, along with 11 other amazing flavors at a location near you!
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