Edamame, Pea and Wasabi Hummus

As you know I LOVE hummus! Whilst this isn’t a classic hummus with chickpeas it has pretty much all of the other key ingredients so it’s hummus in my book.

I have a few edamame hummus recipes, one of my favourites is edamame with fresh mint. It’s really fresh and delicious.

This recipe came about I was planning to make the edamame, pea & mint combo but alas my husbands mint plants had finished and the supermarket was out too – the hummus would still have been delicious without but and I wanted to add a bit of extra zing so thought of wasabi. Edamame + peas + wasabi = delicious!

Note – try the fresh mint option if your not a wasabi fan.

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  4 servings
  5 minutes preparation time
  None cook time


  • 2 cups edamame beans
  • 1 cup peas
  • 1 tbsp tahini
  • Juice 1/2 lime
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1-2 tsp wasabi paste
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 tsp Himalayan salt
  • Pepper


  1. Pop the frozen edamame beans in sieve and pour hot water over them so that they defrost
  2. Put the edamame, tahini, wasabi, oil, lime juice and water into a blender
  3. Blitz until coursely blended approx 2 minutes
  4. Defrost the frozen peas in the sieve and pour hot water over them until defrosted
  5. Add the peas to the blender and blitz briefly (it’s nice to have some chunks for pea throughout the dip)
  6. Season to taste
  7. Enjoy!

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