Living in Texas, I have grown to absolutely love foods that are spicy. A little Sriracha here, a little jalapeno there… my tastebuds are thrilled! It probably doesn’t help that Cohl loves everything to be “kicked up a notch”, as Emeril would say. I find I’ve begun cooking with a lot more spice than I once did in order to please his palate. After experimenting with the Classic Hummus recipe and turning it into Caramelized Onion Hummus, I knew I had to try out a new creation. As I gazed at a rather enormous bunch of cilantro occupying a large minority of our vegetable drawer, I suddenly got the craving for some Mexican cuisine-inspired hummus. After searching further, I found some beloved green and spicy peppers–jalapenos. Not only are jalapeno flavored dishes tastier with a little cilantro sprinkled on top, but the vibrant green colors of the two beckoned me to experiment! What resulted was a hummus dip that got devoured in under 15 minutes by our friends. This hummus is great as a dip served with pretzels and tortilla chips. It also makes a great spread on a sandwich or burrito. Hope you enjoy!