Is zucchini hummus even possible? With roots in Egyptian cuisine, the word hummus translates into “chickpeas.” As you might have guessed, chickpeas play a starring role in traditional hummus. But with legumes out of the picture on a paleo or ketogenic diet, zucchini may sound like a wild and hopeless alternative.
Until you dip.
Tahini, garlic powder, and lemon team up to give zucchini hummus its authentic taste. Want to make it a meal? Try serving your hummus with freshly chopped veggies and slow cooked lamb roast.