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Socca with Carrot Hummus


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1 hour

1 hour

1. Soak the garbanzo flour— the day before is ideal, but at least before roasting the carrots is plenty.
2. Roast the carrots.
3. Blend the carrot hummus.
4. Sear up the socca.
5. Serve together while the socca is hot, or take on the go in separate containers.

Recipes for this Meal

Photo of Socca
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This beautiful, naturally gluten-free chickpea flour pancake-like flatbread will revolutionize your dinners. It is high protein, low-glycemic and the perfect substitute for bread or even pizza crust in a variety of meals. We whip up socca for dinner whenever we have a ton of vegetables and not a lot of protein or starch to accompany the meal. It can be made on your stove top, under your broiler or my favorite in the summer is directly on the piping hot grill. A cast-iron pan is my personal choice for making it happen easily, but a metal pie pan or a skillet that can go in your oven will work as well. Socca is the French name, but in Italy it is called Farinata. Please note, the gorgeous photo was taken by the talented David Lynn Photography.

Photo of Carrot Hummus
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Carrot Hummus

All the delights of hummus without the garbanzo beans. Be careful, this spread has been known to be addictive. Especially whenever carrots are bright and plentiful.