Well Hello there, how are you? Long time no see, I got a bit caught up in the exam preparations to say the least. But now I´m finally finished and summer is officially here! Both exams felt like they went really well – even though I was so nervous for the first one I couldn’t eat my breakfast and almost not hold a pen without dropping it because I was shaking so badly. The feeling of closing the door to the last exam though. I wish I could save it on a jar to bring out on bad days!


Tomorrow my dad picks me up for a weekend at my childhood house to be spoiled by mum and dad, haha. I love being out there – not only because of seeing my parents (even though that would be enough) but also because I’m not really made for living in the city. Every now and then I need a break in the countryside to feel okay again. The air out there is amazing and the second the ferry hits Visingsö-soil my body relaxes.

Hopefully the weather will be nice so we can go out fishing in my dads new boat – I have these fantastic memories of the whole family squeezed into a boat fishing or going on adventures, stopping somewhere on a beach to barbecue and swim.


So, todays recipe – beetroot houmous with dill. Houmous is so incredible versatile – it works perfectly fine on its own with some bread or veggies, you can bake it  and it works as a dressing. Basically endless possibilities. This one with beetroot and dill is a recent favorite, the earthiness of the beetroot work so nicely with the smoothness and gives it a bit more body. And dill because yeah – I´m Swedish, we love our dill and to most of us dill represent summer (and it´s pretty darn tasty together with beetroot).

1 can of chickpeas
2 pre-cooked beetroots
3 tbs lemonjuice
1 clove of garlic
0,5 cup water
5 tbs olive oil (to top it up)
1 bunch fresh dill (save some for decorating)
2 tbs tahini
Salt and pepper

Do this;
Drain and rinse the chickpeas thoroughly. Roughly chop the beetroots and put them into a blender together with the rest of the ingredients except the oil and water.

Start pulsing the mixture and add a small amount of water at the time until you are satisfied with the consistency. Season with salt and pepper and quickly mix again so everything is well combined.

Put the houmous into a bowl, drizzle over some olive oil and chopped dill. 


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20 Comments Add yours

  1. Sarah says:

    This looks beautiful! Will try making it this weekend.


    1. Thank you Sarah! Let me know what you thought of it 🙂


  2. This looks so beautiful. I have always wanted to make this, but just never have got around to it 🙂 I am pleased your exams are over, and now you can enjoy a bit of quality time with your mom and dad. Have fun, I am sure the weather will be great.. 🙂 x


    1. Oh, I think you will love it! It’s minimal effort and you can freeze it if you don’t eat everything 🙂
      You are the sweetest ever! xx


  3. Aruna says:

    What a rich and vibrant colour this Hummus has. I am sure the beetroot and dill help elevate this Hummus to another level. Thank you for bringing this delicious dip to the party at Fiesta Friday!

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  4. Almost too pretty to eat!! 🙂 Happy FF!!


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  5. OK, so you just became my new favorite food stylist. SERIOUSLY I’m swooning over here!!! Beautiful photos. I don’t even like beets!! LOL!


    1. Aw. I have had such a crappy day and this really made me smile. Thank you for that lovely comment! (and if you don’t like beetroot, try a handful of spinach together with lemon zest and a bunch of mint. So so good!) xx

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      1. I’m doing it. I need to be more adventurous and you’ve inspired me!!!


      2. Aw. You have to tell me what you thought of it 🙂

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  6. Look at that color! Gorgeous!!

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  7. Ai | Ai says:

    Congratulations on your feature at Fiesta Friday! This is SUCH a gorgeous hummus! That color! Just beautiful 🙂


    1. Thank you so much and thank you for stopping by 🙂


  8. Petra- This is so pretty!
    Beets, hummus, dill…..count me in! Thanks for the recipe!


    1. Oh so glad you liked it! Thank you for stopping by 😀


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