Edamame and White bean HUMMUS. Why not Chick Peas? Well, being a vegetarian I eat a lot of hummus made with garbanzos, so I like this recipe because it is something differently delicious! The spinach makes it even more healthy for a better lifestyle. It is also a fun and unique recipe to make for a gathering like family time, pot lucks, having friends over and more. Enjoy!
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5 oz fresh spinach leaves
2 15 oz. cans of Cannellini Beans (drain liquid and set aside)
1 ½ c. edamame soy beans  (16 oz. frozen bag cooked and shelled)
2-3 cloves of garlic
½ c.  tahini
¼ c.  olive oil
2 tsp  lemon juice
1 tsp  salt
1 tsp crushed red pepper
1 tsp. freshly ground pepper
¼ – ½ c. reserved bean liquid
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First take the edamame beans out of the pod.
They are also sold already shelled in the freezer section,
so you could look for those too.
You need 1 and ½ cups for the recipe which was a bit more than one bag.
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In the food processor, place fresh spinach leaves in first to get it them
broken down to be able to add the other ingredients. 
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Then after draining the cannellini beans and setting the liquid aside,

add them to the spinach in the food processor …
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…and all the other ingredients; edemame, garlic,
olive oil, lemon juice, salt and red pepper and black pepper and tahini. 
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Process until thick and creamy. 
With the food processor running, add bean liquid
until it reaches your desired consistency.
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Chill for at least an hour or two before serving.  Overnight is even better.
Serve with pita chips or other dippers…but I love it on sandwiches
I had it last night for dinner over roasted potatoes.
This is a great protein to add to lots of things like many types of burritos,
 salads, burgers, over chicken and rice…
you dont have to be a vegetarian to LOVE it! 
Let me know if you try it and what you think!