I love hot sauce. Especially Buffalo sauce. I really can’t emphasize that enough. I was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, so Buffalo sauce – aka wing sauce – has been a staple in my diet since I was old enough to eat solid foods. A couple days ago I was in the mood for hummus, but I wasn’t in the mood for plain hummus. I wanted something much more exotic, and I thought, “What if we make a ranch flavored hummus topped with Buffalo sauce?”
When Taryn and I began discussing the best way to go about this, it was obvious to us that we could simply add dry ranch mix to ordinary hummus, but that seemed a little lackluster. Instead, we decided to make our own fresh ranch mix from scratch. I also decided to use olive oil instead of vegan margarine for the Buffalo sauce to add another element of fusion to the dish. It all worked out incredibly well, and we devoured the hummus with celery, carrots, and tortilla chips.
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