A deliciously spicy dip from girlheartfood.com, this Chipotle Lime Hummus is a great twist on a classic. Flavoured with chipotle peppers and fresh lime juice, it's perfect for dunking chips or to use as a spread on your favourite sandwich or wrap.
If you are using dried chickpeas - before starting with recipe, place one cup of dried chickpeas in slow cooker with 4 cups of stock or water, half an onion and salt (I used 3/4 tsp). Cook on high for 3 hours. Drain (reserve some of the liquid for use in the hummus recipe) and then proceed with the hummus. If you are not using this method for this recipe, and are using canned chickpeas, just use a couple of cans, drained and rinsed.