Sriracha...this thing has quickly become my favorite condiment.  I put it on just about everything - pizza, omelets, soup, tacos...  If there isn't a bottle of this red stuff in my fridge at any given time, we can just about assume that the 2012 apocalypse has begun.

I went to do today's blog post thinking that I wanted to do something Swedish.  I made it, there are pictures, and we are all GO on that post...but I decided to hold off on sharing it a day or two longer...I have to find some way to keep you on your toes!

Two of my favorite things right now are 1. Sriracha and 2. Hummus.  That Middle Eastern goodness is addicting.  I can seriously eat it by the spoonfuls - forget the vegetables, forget the pita bread, I am pulling out the spoon!

This recipe is crazy simple, so don't worry - you can do it!  It is great to make for a party or to put on a wrap to bring to work for lunch.

Be careful...just because this stuff looks like mashed sweet potatoes doesn't mean that it's missing the kick!

Sriracha Hummus

1 can garbanzo beans (drained and rinsed) 1 tablespoon Sriracha 1 tablespoon cumin 3-4 tablespoons olive oil salt and pepper

Add garbanzo beans, Sriracha, and cumin to a food processor.  Blend together and then slowly stream in the olive oil.  If the consistency doesn't seem right, a little too chunky, feel free to add some more olive oil.  Add in salt and pepper to taste, blend once more.